If you find that you need Evaporated Milk and you don’t have any, you can substitute it with this recipe. It takes about 5 minutes to make from start to finish and replaces a 12 oz can you buy at the store. This tasted very good!
Pour all of the ingredients into a blender.
Blend VERY WELL, it will get foamy but the foam will settle.
Use in place of a 12 oz store bought can.
Use immediately or refrigerate.
- 1-1/2 cups warm water
- 1/2 cup dry powdered milk
- 1 Tbsp dry powdered milk
- Add all of the ingredients to a blender.
- Blend VERY WELL until combined. Milk will be foamy but that will settle.
- Use this in place of a 12 oz store bought can.
Categories: Milk Based
Yes can do but hardly ever need it. Connie onni we call condensed milk we just cant buy over here so any recipes for condensed milk have you.thanks Kev.
I have always thought that evaporated milk is a very interesting name! Great post!
Thank you Jess!
I had never heard of that, but it is a good idea.
It has a great taste to it.Thank you!
Evaporated Milk and Condensed Milk, always wondered what they were all about for recipes. All I know is, I like Coconut Milk best!
LOL will be posting condensed milk too!
I always have evaporated milk around the house in the Winter as I stock up on groceries so I don’t have to go out in Winter. I hate to drive in the snow, and usually by September I have stocked up on most of my pantry items, but since it has been so hot and humid this year , I’ve got nothing in yet. I also have powdered milk in the house in case I don’t get out for fresh milk. One year we had a bad snow and the snow plow came along and plowed me in at the end of my driveway … that happens every so often, except this time we had freezing rain right afterward and the rain froze the snow piles. I could not get out of the driveway until March. That was during that first Polar Vortex we had … I was set for food but had my canary then and liked to get him fresh greens so I went with my neighbor every so often when she went to the store.
Don’t you just love when you shovel your drive and the plows plow it back in! I can’t imagine going that long without grocery shopping! Kudos to you!
My meals are nothing special either though Diane. 🙂
There’s nothing wrong with that!
Not a lot of clean-up, but not a lot of variety either!
Summers are indeed golden here but snow is so deep Elks are the only ones that can walk in it. For some 5 weeks we are house bound deep in the forest lands but we have roaring log fires and big freezers on food with jars of preserved condiments and TV and wines who needs to go out the house is big enough to loose your self in .Only the hens to care for and hand shovel the snow from their yard deed water collect eggs breakfast back inside with bacon black pudding fried tomatoes and baked beans with chili chopped in to the pan. Tea and hot buttered home made toast. Who cares about driving until it melts. Some great meals we produce too with all the time in the would to do that too. Summers work hard time. Gardens ducks lake fish hens grass and fencing all to sort.
…or maybe this is what I need to know for those pumpkin pies…
Oh I am so ready to bake pumpkin pie! I don’t know why I only make them in the fall!
I know, we shouldn’t wait!
Why do you separate the powdered milk and then put them in together? Is there a typo here – is one sugar?
No sugar. I only separated it for the picture to show that there is 1/2 cup and 1 Tbsp in the ingredients. Just put everything in the blender at once.