How can I substitute for condensed milk with sugar free ingredients?
There is a sugar free product (I have never tried it as sugar is my drug of choice), but you may find it useful:
I would be very careful with your recipes to make sure they turn out the way you want if you are not using an unsweetened or sugar free product. I would be sad for you if your recipes did not work because of the substitutions and you were out a lot of expensive ingredients!
Take care and happy baking!
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I am wanting to know if a recipe calls for 1 can of condensed milk what can I use as a substitute.
You can use half a cup of evaporated milk with a cup of sugar and two tablespoons of melted butter... but I am going to guess you do not have evaporated milk :) Try whisking together two eggs, a cup brown sugar, a teaspoon of vanilla, two tablespoons of flour, half a teaspoon of baking powder and a dash of salt.
There are many substitutes. 2 eggs is one of them. www.8broads.com/
I am attaching a recipe for it. Depending on what you make it may not turn out exactly the way it is supposed to...or at least that is always my experience when I substitute.
This is one I use a lot when not having any condensed milk on hand.
1 C Brown Sugar
1 tsp of real vanilla
2 tbs flour
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
Just mix them all together & boom! Youre ready to go!
This equals 1 can of condensed milk.
Hope this helps!
Here is a good website: www.godairyfree.org/
The receipe calls for 2 tablespoons of condensed milk with my chips to be melted. I hate to open a can just for that.
Forgot to get a can of condensed milk for your recipe, don't panic. You may have the ingredients in your pantry to make a homemade version. This page contains homemade condensed milk recipes.