Frozen Layered Dulce de Leche Dessert

After making my dulce de leche cake I wanted to make something simple. So decided to make a frozen version, but with less ingredients and a quicker time to make it.

Here are the ingredients needed for this recipe:

  • 1 box of Nilla Wafers, divided
  • 1 1/4 cups cold milk
  • 2 pkg Jell-O White Chocolate Flavor Pudding
  • 8 oz of cold whipped cream
  • 1/4 cup Dulce de Leche

Step 1: Chop 8 of the wafers; set aside

Step 2: Line a 9×5 inch loaf pan with foil, with the ends of the foil extending over the sides of the pan. (To fit the foil in the pan just fold the foil over the back of the pan and then place inside of the pan.)

Step 3: Arrange 14 of the remaining wafers in a single layer on the bottom of the prepared pan; set aside.

Step 4: Pour the milk into a large bowl

Step 5: Add the dry pudding mixes

Step 6: Beat with a wire whisk for 2 minutes or until well blended. (Mixture will be thick)

Step 7: Gently stir in the whipped cream.

Step 8: Spoon 1/3 of the mixture over the wafers in the pan.

Step 9: Top with another 14 remaining wafers

Step 10: Top wafers with 2 Tbsp of Dulce de Leche

Step 11: Repeat the layering of pudding, wafers, and Dulce de Leche.

Step 12: Cover with the remaining pudding mixture

Step 13: Sprinkle with the chopped wafers and press chopped wafers gently in the pudding mixture.

Step 14: Cover the top of pan with foil and freeze for 4 hours or until firm.

Step 15: Lift from pan, using the foil as handles, and remove foil

Step 16: Place dessert on a serving plate and allow to stand for 15 minutes to soften slightly before cutting it into 12 slices to serve.

Step 17: Store leftovers in freezer.

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Kay
    Oct 18, 2012 @ 19:35:47

    This looks so delicious!! I can’t wait to make this for the next family gathering!! Thank you for making this!!


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