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Hands down this is one of my kids favourites as its SO easy to make, especially if you place them in individual glasses. They like to change the biscuit base every time using everything from Oreos, to coconut rings or ginger nuts. You can add fresh berries when they're in season or any fruit on top ( try kiwi or banana) It's perfect for special occasions or just simply as an after dinner treat. Best of all, there’s no baking involved!
This recipe is one of my go to desserts when I'm craving something indulgent.
It's super easy to make, but rich in flavour thanks to the dulce de leche (nowadays it's easy to find already cooked condensed milk in the supermarket) and the best thing about making it in a jar is that you can just eat a couple of spoons and then save the rest for another day - well, you could, but it might get stolen overnight. You were warned!
I suppose calling this a "recipe" is a little bit of a stretch...but I hope you like it!
My inspiration was one of my favorite children's books, "The Cat at Night" by Dahlov Ipcar.