Dulce de Leche Scones

Scones…Now with a sweet Argentine twist – the dulce de leche magic fix.

I told someone once, that “Dulce de Leche fixes almost all of Argentina’s problems” – metaphorically speaking of course. And sometimes, it feels so true, because every dessert can be fixed and perfected with dulce de leche, and will never be too sweet according to Argentina’s sweet tooths.

What’s Dulce de Leche?

Read more about Dulce de leche… Argentina’s favourite sweet sauce..

Dulce de Leche

In this recipe, the taste of dulce de leche is more of a hint than the main ingredient, and when you open the box of dulce de leche scones, out comes wafting the beautiful aroma of this delicious sweet sauce.

Dulce de Leche Scones

DULCE DE LECHE SCONES (Makes 50 scones)


1) 250g of butter
2) 100g of sugar
3) 400g of dulce de leche
4) 650g of self-raising flour
5) 2 tablespoons of milk (or more if the dough is too dry)


1) Beat sugar and melted butter until creamy
2) Beat in dulce de leche
3) Sift in self-raising flour
4) Add in milk
5) Mix batter until you get a soft cookie dough
6) Roll cookie dough into small, equal-sized balls and press down on a cookie tray
7) Bake in pre-heated oven at 180 deg cel for 15 minutes (or until cookies turn slightly golden brown)
8) Cool on tray before serving

Mix butter and sugar together until sugar dissolves:

Dulce de leche – pure heavenly goodness:

Add in dulce de leche to butter-sugar mixture:

To get this mixture:

Sift in self-raising flour & milk:

Mix batter until you get a soft cookie dough:

Roll cookie dough into small, equal-sized balls:

Press the balls of cookie dough slightly with the back of a wet fork:

Fresh out of the oven!

The scones posing in their glorious splendor:

Dulce de Leche Scones – for a delightful afternoon:

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Felicia is a Singaporean who's currently located in Buenos Aires, also known as the "Paris of South America". After moving to Argentina because of love, she found herself grappling with the mysterious concept known as cooking. Starting this blog has helped her explore the kitchen, the effect cooking has on our lives, and generally helped her make more friends with people like you! Please stay a while and explore!

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  1. gracelimsaifong says

    Talking about Dulce de Leche … hmm ….always reminds me of my time in BA – sipping tea and eating pancakes with a generous spread of Dulce de Leche.

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