Boil water. Blend all ingredients in a heat safe bowl, use blender to mix. It will be thinner at first than actual canned stuff. Refridgerate for a while and it thickens up. Lasts about 2 weeks. Better than store bought.
Makes about 14 ounces.
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I bake a lot during the holidays and often use canned or sweet milk. My neat little neighbor lady gave this recipe to me that her mother gave to her. It is a money saver, especially since I always have a box of powdered milk in the house on stand-by.
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With the holidays coming sooner than we think, it is time to make those delicious recipes that call for Eagle Brand condensed milk. But it is really expensive to buy. So make your own with this simple recipe. I guarantee it works as well as the real thing!
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Does anyone have a recipe for making condensed milk?
Anna from Maine
Homemade Sweetened Condensed Milk
1/2 cup boiling water
1 cup nonfat dry milk
2/3 cup sugar
2 tablespoons melted butter or margarine
1. Place all ingredients in the container of an electric blender in the order given; process on medium-low speed for 2 minutes.
2. Allow to cool to room temperature before using in a recipe or store in refrigerator for up to 1 week.
Makes 1 1/4 cups or the equivalent of 1 (14-ounce) can.
homemade sweetened condensed milk
1 cup boiling water
1/4 cup margarine
2 cups white sugar
4 cups nonfat dry milk powder
1 Pour boiling water into blender container. Add margarine and sugar.
Blend until combined. Add the dry milk powder 1 cup at a time, blending after
each addition. Store in refrigerator and use where a recipe calls for
sweetened condensed milk, 1 1/3 cups equals one 14 ounce can
For (unsweetened) condensed milk, I would think you could add powdered milk to regular milk (instead of water) and mix as directed on the powdered milk container. Then your milk would be twice as strong. Good luck!
I want to prepare condensed milk analogue (non dairy). To replace the milk fat component I am thinking of using vegetable fat with some milk flavor. How do I replace skimmed milk powder or non fat dry milk with something, a non dairy component?
You can try using powdered coffee creamers instead of powdered milk. Many are non dairy when you read the labels.