Can you say time consuming? This was. I used whole milk in place of goat's milk for the cajeta and stood for a little over an hour at the stove, stirring. The cajeta is delicious. The recipe asks you to strain the cajeta after cooking and I just don't see how that would be possible. Maybe I made mine too thick? I don't think so, but there's no way I could have gotten that flan through a strainer!
I had a bit of a fail with the flan. Oh, it was creamy and delicious - coffee flavored with a hint of orange, but I used regular grind coffee instead of coarsely ground and couldn't strain all of the coffee out before baking the flan. You can see the grounds settled at the bottom of the flan. At least they weren't crunchy, so it didn't ruin the flan. If you make this, I would recommend using whole coffee beans in the mixture, which would be a breeze to strain.
All in all, this is an excellent dessert. I halved both recipes and it worked well.
Happy Mother's Day!