Article: Why You Should Keep Powdered & Evaporated Milk on Hand

Article: Why You Should Keep Powdered & Evaporated Milk on Hand

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    Default Article: Why You Should Keep Powdered & Evaporated Milk on Hand

    Learn the benefits of keeping instant dry milk and evaporated milk & how it's everyday use can save you money

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    i have tons of powdered milk. my hubby gets senior commodities once a month. the bath sounds good.

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    I have to ask what is that pictured there, looks yummy.

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    Over the years, I've nearly always had them both on hand.. they are just fine for cooking.. Undiluted evaporated milk works great in cream style soups, and I have used the powdered nonfat milk in my fabulous mashed potatoes ...everyone always loves them.. I put the dry milk powder (a half to 1 cup) in the potatoes after I break them up with my mixer, mash a little, then add butter, then just enough hot potato water to whip them up to a heavenly fluff.. works best with russets, and don't forget the salt in the cooking water. If you don't salt them before cooking, they never taste good.
    I also use the dry and the evaporated milks diluted (or not) for most any cooking uses.

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    I always have powder milk and evaporated milk in the cupboards, I do not hoard this type of milk for drinking at all. I use powder milk for all of my baking needs, and the evaporated milk for cooking dishes that require milk, I buy whole evaporated milk, it makes wonderful sauces, scalloped potatoes, mash potatoes mac n Cheese. If a recipe calls for milk I do not use our drinking milk I use canned milk, I use the store generic or Aldi's brand and it is wonderful. Cakes that require milk I use powder, not to mention I use powder a lot in the winter time to make hot chocolate mix, and oatmeal packets. There is more uses for these types of milk other than drinking.

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    I use evaporated milk in all my casseroles. It makes them creamier!

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    Andreagwyn- the picture above is no-bake cheesecake with minature chocolate chips and chocolate syrup on top.

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    Thanks, that was very helpful, never thought to use the potato water. I will have to try your way and see what the family says

 

 
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