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    Pankekes are traditionally eaten with manjarblanco (also called dulce de leche) in Peru. They're thinner than regular pancakes.

    Recipe #321789

    Delicious and simple. Tradition is to eat it with manjarblanco or also called dulce de leche in other countries.

    Recipe #321787

    Recipe #317797

    The perfect comfort item. Great for sharing with friends.

    Recipe #317758

    The most simple way to make brownies from scratch!

    Recipe #316119

    In my opinion, the thicker the better. It's extremely easy to make. Manjarblanco de chocolate goes well with just about any dessert. I've prepared it with cookies, brownies, cake, and other peruvian dulces. If you like chocolate, you will love this.

    Recipe #316020

    My friend and I were bored one day and really wanted granola bars. If it can be made by a couple of bored teenagers, its easy enough for anyone to make. We used ingredients that we just happened to have in the house. Leave some ingredients out or add some of your own. It's a recipe that's difficult to mess up.

    Recipe #316001


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