Cajeta is a very popular Mexican from the city of Celaya in the state of Guanajuato. It's similar to dulce de leche, a well-known treat throughout in Latin America, the difference is that cajeta is made with goat milk instead of cow milk.
Its sweet and fluid consistency is perfect for ice creams, coffee, toasted bread, pancakes and more. I prefer to enjoy a spoonful of cajeta over Marie cookies.
In Mexico, the cajeta atole is also very popular, but I've never seen cajeta gelato, so I decided to try it out and I have to admit: it's one of the most delicious flavors I've ever tasted.
Gelato is the Italian version of ice cream, except gelato is much lighter and very creamy, made with more milk and less cream. It's delicious!