Can this be made into one big pie or tart? Would any changes need to be made?
Everything you make looks delightful!
Looks delicious. That Dulce de leche looks familiar... :) leana
Wow - what a lot of work! But it looks very good!
Leana .. can you believe I hoarded it all this time? Now it is readily available here too ..and we love it ..thanks so much for introducing it to me. :)Sheila, I sure don't see why not. .it really just works out to be a basic pumpkin filling.If you do try it. .please comment here back to give the results.
What a fun presentation Lovella!
I have a recipe that is very close to this one and have used it for 9 inch pies and for regular tart shells - it works great! The sweetened condensed milk gives it a really nice flavor.
Dulce the leche is one of the things I missed as a child when we moved to Canada, but now it can be purchased here as well. It's not quite the same if it's sat in a jar for a long time... but no problem in a recipe. I will try the pie idea.
These look great, and just in time to fill that craving for pumpkin bars, tarts, or whatever pumpkin... Thank you for sharing.Where'd you find your mini tin? I'd love to be able to purchase one myself.
I bought my mini cheesecake tin at the gourmet warehouse in Vancouver.
Lovely, how special for guests!
Oh my...absoultely two of my favourite sweets combined! I never would have thought to pair together Dulce de Leche and pumkin! Thankfully I am already equipped with these tall tins. This is a keeper. Thank you, Lovella!Anna, Ontario
Oh my goodness that looks so yummy. I am bookmarking this page! Yum!!
How clever is this?! I love this idea!
I just made this as a whole pie and it turned out beautifully, I used a whole can of sweetened condensed milk that my daughter turned into caramel by slow cooking it on the stove in a pot of water for about 4 hrs, I added an extra egg because of the extra liquid, I used a deep dish plate and the finished pie was an inch thick and lite, 45 min at 375 then another 15 at 325 to be sure it was firm enough.