Dulce de Leche Tart


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This tart has a buttery no bake oatmeal cookie crust filled with a rich creamy dulce de leche mixed with coconut cream and topped off with some sea salt. The tart is surprisingly easy to make, esp. if you use the storebought milk caramel, and the diamond salt and dulce de leche really compliment each other.

  • 150 g Oatmeal cookies, broken
  • 50 g butter, melted
  • 1/3 tsp Vanilla powder
  • 1/3 tsp Cinnamon powder
  • 300 g Dulce de leche, homemade or ready made
  • 2 tbsp Coconut cream
  • Diamond sea salt, to serve
  1. Place cookies, butter, vanilla and cinnamon in the bowl of a food processor. Process to combine. Divide the mixture into two 12cm loose-bottomed fluted tart pans. Press over bases and sides. Refrigerate for 30 minutes.
  2. Combine dulce de leche and coconut cream in a microwave-safe bowl. Microwave for 30 seconds, stirring once, until caramel is smooth and coconut cream is completely incorporated. If you prefer a firmer caramel filling, then use less cream or no cream at all.
  3. Pour dulce de leche into the crust and spread evenly. Top with a sprinkle of sea salt flakes and serve.

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67 comments:

Dawn Yucuis 27/4/17 14:35

Your tart looks amazing! The dulce de leche looks so creamy and delicious.

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Tricia Buice 27/4/17 14:36

Salty caramel with oats - this could not be more perfect! I love little tarts and of course Dulce de Leche - amazing recipe Angie! Have a great weekend :)

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No Spoon Necessary 27/4/17 16:38

This tart looks and sounds out of this world, Angie!!!! I'm just swooning over that no bake oatmeal cookie crust!! But then you filled it with dulce de leche mixed with coconut cream! I can NOT stop drooling! Cheers, friend - to a weekend as wonderful as this tart!

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Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 27/4/17 17:20

Mmmmm, love how delicious and pretty this dulce-de-leche tart looks, Angie. And that coconut cream sounds DELISH.

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Nancy Chan 27/4/17 17:20

It looks and sounds delicious! Have a beautiful day!

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Kelly 27/4/17 17:32

This tart looks so creamy and decadent! I love that the oatmeal crust is no bake too! Such a great dessert!

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Evelyne CulturEatz 27/4/17 18:33

OMG I think I just found my Mother's day brinch dessert! Thsi looke killer amazing Angie!

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Juliana 27/4/17 19:10

I am loving the idea of using oatmeal cookies for the crust...and the creamy rich dulce de leche with salt...delicious!
Hope you are enjoying your week Angie :)

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 27/4/17 20:42

Angie, this is outstanding! I've never thought to make a no-bake oatmeal cookie crust!

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Pam 27/4/17 21:09

Drooling! It looks delicious.

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Rosa 27/4/17 21:14

Heavenly! That is one fabulous tart. I love that crust.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Gloria Baker 28/4/17 01:12

Drooling ! I love this tart and I LOVE dulce de leche Angie !!! wonderful !!

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 28/4/17 02:37

Oh my! This would be perfect for Mother's Day! And Father's Day, too!

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Balvinder Ubi 28/4/17 02:51

I am drooling over this tart. If only I had one now…
Have to check how to make dulce de leche.

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Sharmila- The Happie Friends Potpourri corner 28/4/17 06:53

Delicious tart and i am sure it would taste a heaven in every bite..

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faithy 28/4/17 08:46

Delicious! I wish I could taste it now.

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Vicki Bensinger 28/4/17 09:05

This sounds very rich but delicious. I couldn't figure out what those patches were. I don't recall ever remembering seeing diamond sea salt

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Anca 28/4/17 09:42

It looks delicious. I love dulce de leche, but I didn't put in the a tart before, I imagine it's amazing. With the sea salt, it's even better. x

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Evi @ greenevi 28/4/17 09:57

This tart looks so creamy and delicious, Angie!

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Nava K 28/4/17 10:06

I guessing this tart must be on a really sweet side, does not matter, sometimes I truly need such an indulgence. Dulce by itself sounds so exciting to me.

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Pola & Cleme 28/4/17 11:22

Woowww dulce de leche tart. I love dulce de leche and this pie look very delicious!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 28/4/17 11:53

This sounds fabulous. Dulce de leche and salt are a perfect combination. Love the idea of an oatmeal crust.

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Sharon D 28/4/17 15:32

Angie, this is amazing stuff! I am grabbing my plate and coming over..lol ^.^

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Susan 28/4/17 16:18

That looks wonderful! We love Dulce de leche and I can't wait to try this!

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Cheri Savory Spoon 28/4/17 16:23

What a beautiful tart Angie, I bet dulce-de-leche is wonderful with the coconut cream. Looks delicious!

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Alida 28/4/17 22:59

I have relatives in Argentina and over there they love dulce de leche. Grat recipe Angie!

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Chris Scheuer 29/4/17 02:42

This sounds AMAZING! And I love how simple you made it with the cookies.

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Cook With Manali 29/4/17 13:17

Oh my, this looks so good Angie!!

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natalia20041989 29/4/17 14:16

Oh yum, perfect for the weekend☺

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Anne Regalado 29/4/17 15:18

Angie , I wasn't expecting to see a dulce de leche tart in your blog lol Love the addition of coconut cream and easy to make as well !

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Harriet Emily 29/4/17 16:20

I love, love, love dulce de leche! This tart looks so beautiful Angie! Such a delicious creation! <3

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Hema 29/4/17 18:24

I love dulce de leche and these tarts look so tempting..

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Geraldine Saucier 29/4/17 18:25

I love this tart. Dulce de leche is one of my favorites. Thanks for posting.

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fimère .b 29/4/17 21:37

une tarte parfaite j'adore la confiture au lait
bonne soirée

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The Yum List 30/4/17 02:24

I'm drooling. This is a bit of a change from your usual healthy inspirations.

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Evolve With Mary 30/4/17 04:28

I’ve never made a tart before, but this dulce de leech tart looks pretty darn tempting Angie. The buttery no bake oatmeal crust sounds divine.

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tania| my kitchen stories 30/4/17 14:49

Get outta town that look sosososo good Angie.

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Agness of Run Agness Run 30/4/17 16:35

This seems like a delicious treat, Angie! Great recipe for people with a sweet tooth!

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SHON 1/5/17 01:18

It looks so delicious. Thank your for this great recipe!

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Monica 1/5/17 02:42

What a treat! That oatmeal cookie crust sounds divine. This is perfect with a cup of coffee after dinner.

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Rafeeda AR 1/5/17 08:14

That one is simply sinful!

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Karen Luvswesavory 1/5/17 11:40

Hi Angie,
Love the way you enjoyed this no-bake oatmeal cookie crust elegant looking Dulce de Leche Tart with sprinkle sea salt flake.

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grace 1/5/17 16:09

not that i needed convincing, but the addition of coconut cream puts this over the edge for me! what a treat!

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Ritu Ahuja 1/5/17 17:52

This tart looks delicious. A perfect dessert. Yummy :)

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Pam 1/5/17 21:16

What a delicious looking tart, Angie! I love that it has a buttery no bake oatmeal crust, sounds perfect! And dulce de leche, my my! So much goodness in your fantastic tart! Thanks for the recipe and have a great week!

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Eva Taylor 1/5/17 23:06

I can feel my hips expanding just reading this lovely post. Dulce de leche is one of my favourite things but because it is so sweet, I don't eat it often. I love that you paired it with the sea salt, caramel and salt are so wonderful together!

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Liz Berg 2/5/17 03:05

Oh, boy, does this sound amazing, Angie! What a tempting treat!!!

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Mindy Boyd 2/5/17 08:42

You had me at oatmeal cookie crust. Oh my, this looks so good!

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All That I'm Eating 2/5/17 12:07

I love dulce de leche, I bet this is so delicious!

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Barbara 2/5/17 13:37

Is there anything better than dulce de leche? I'm drooling just looking at your photos!

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Nammi 2/5/17 17:27

Oh my god!!! I want a slice of that love dulce de leche yummm...

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GiGi Eats Celebrities 2/5/17 20:17

I am envisioning myself, taking the extra Dulce de leche and pouring it straight into my mouth! LOL!

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Ely 2/5/17 21:01

My dear, dear friend. OOOOHMMMYYY!!! I can't believe that... you know that I really go crazy for dulce de leche? <3 You're an artist.. this recipe is so sweet, tasty and... beautiful!! I love it!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 3/5/17 00:05

This looks so delicious, Angie! Would you believe I've never made a dulce de leche anything? Time to fix that pronto! Great shots!

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Reeni Pisano 3/5/17 02:49

Dulce de leche is one of my favorite things! Love how you paired it with the oatmeal cookie crust! Perfection. :)

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Kitchen Riffs 3/5/17 03:03

Wow, this looks amazing! Didn't know I was reading your blog at first. :D But I'm glad I am!

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Sue/the view from great island 3/5/17 16:05

The crust alone sounds irresistible, and I just happen to have a can of dulce de leche ~ hallelujah!

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Amy (Savory Moments) 3/5/17 16:13

Fabulous tart and I love the no-bake crust. It looks super, especially the sea salt on top!

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Eva Taylor 7/5/17 14:47

I made a dulce de Leche Tiramisu for cinco de Mayo and it was outstanding! This tart looks and sounds incredible.
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Rosita Vargas 7/5/17 18:09

Me encanta el dulce de leche es una tarta perfecta,abrazos.

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Katerina 8/5/17 12:34

I love Dulce de leche and this tart is right up my alley!

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Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 15/5/17 05:40

Wow, Angie! That luscious dulce de leche filling is good enough for me, but to pour it all into an oatmeal cookie crust....that looks fantastic! :)

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Choclette Blogger 15/5/17 11:36

Anything salted caramel gets my vote. I've never tried making my own dulce-de-leche - yet!

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Emma Ferguson 16/5/17 07:06

Oh my this tart looks beautiful Angie, definitely my kind of dessert.

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The Reader's Tales 22/5/17 19:07

Yesterday and the day before, I saw this great recipe, and I wondered if I should keep it or not, to make it. Indeed, my favorite "jam" when I was little, was dulce de leche. Mum used to do this... I bookmarked this page to make it after summer - otherwise I will not be able to put my bikini... hahaha... Have a great week, Angie :)

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My Little Space 24/5/17 12:08

I am craving..... errr...... wish I can have a slice !

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