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Milhojas ("thousand leaves") are a dessert made with stacked layers of puff pastry[1] filled with dulce de leche; a creamy mix of condensed milk, sugar, and vanilla; or white chocolate. They are part of the cuisines of Gibraltar, Mexico,[1] Spain, Venezuela, Guatemala, El Salvador, Colombia, Portugal, Argentina, Peru, Chile and Uruguay.

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