More like Dulce de Lovely. Two cans' worth of sweetened condensed milk are whisked into a milk and cream base to made this irresistible Puddin'.
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I love oatmeal cookies in all forms, but adding crunchy salt crystals really makes them special. Butterscotch chips lend an extra bit of sweetness and cinnamon gives them a hint of spice. They may not be your grandma's oatmeal cookie, but I think that she'd approve.
A layer of maple, a layer of butterscotch, and a crown of glorious black walnut whipped cream. Need we say more?
When I think butterscotch, I want butter and Scotch. Or Scotch-like booze at the very least. And that's what makes this ice cream so great.
Cool and super creamy with the slightest hit of booze, this may be my favorite pudding-based pie yet.
Growing up, my family left butterscotch to soft serve dip. So it was a long time before I tried oatmeal scotchies, those thin, chewy oatmeal cookies that are liberally laced with butterscotch chips.
It takes careful attention to prepare the butterscotch mixture for this ice cream, but it's worth it for the deep, rich flavors of caramelized sugar. Pecans are a buttery, crunchy complement.
Storebought butterscotch sauce can be thick, gluey, and cloyingly sweet. The homemade stuff, on the other hand, is a marvelous combination of brown sugar, butter, salt, and booze. In honor of St. Patrick's Day, I decided to whip up a batch of butterscotch sauce spiked with a healthy dose of Irish whiskey.