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    • MYO Sweetened Condensed Milk

      MYO Sweetened Condensed Milk
      1 cup hot tap water
      2 cups sugar
      2 cups non-fat dry milk powder (instant powdered milk)
      6 tablespoons melted margarine

      Blender or electric beaters

      Dump Hot water into a blender. Add the sugar, dry milk powder and melted margarine. Put the lid on the blender and whirl it around for a full minute. The mix starts out thin, but thickens within an hour.

      Makes (2) cans or about 3 cups. This recipe will work in all your sweetened condensed milk recipes.
      Comments 10 Comments
      1. srouden's Avatar
        This looks like a good solution to my expensive cans at the store! Thanks!
      1. DB34654's Avatar
        Has anyone tried this with Splenda??
      1. farmkat's Avatar
        I'm assuming butter would work also. I don't do margarine....
        Also, do you know what the fat grams are for the myo recipe vs a can?

        Thanks
      1. sharona's Avatar
        How do you store this,if you aren't using it right away? Thanks
      1. Ryleigh's Avatar
        Can you can this recipe ? Just wondering !
      1. JoBook's Avatar
        I'm really excited to try this one out. I use sweetened condensed milk for brigadieros (brazilian chocolate balls), and this will make it guilt-free in the financial realm, if not the dessert realm.
      1. arivers's Avatar
        I can wait to try this out. I usually try to make my own liquid coffee creamer, this would be more cost efficient..
      1. Happy2Bme's Avatar
        I've made this recipe a lot but I don't use a blender. It dissolves very easily in a small bowl. I've also made a non-dairy version with powdered coffee creamer since I am lactose intolerant. Just cut down the sugar a bit since coffee creamer is already sweetened. Works great and a fraction of the cost of the ready-made, store bought version.
      1. Happy2Bme's Avatar
        PS, I always use butter. It tastes better and I don't use margarine.
      1. jlbarletta's Avatar
        I can't wait to try this out! I use Vietnamese coffee and always add sweetened-condensed milk. It gets expensive.

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