In case you are not aware, we can make condensed milk in our Thermomix very easily. This recipe can be halved and even quadrupled!
If I had a dollar for the amount of times I get asked the question “If I have half a can of condensed milk left over, what can I use it for?” I’d be very rich!! 😉 My usual answer is “just grab a spoon and dig in“! 🙂
I discovered I have the following seven recipes on my website that only need 100g – 200g.
Updated 26 April, 2017
100g Cookie Dough Oreos
200g Apricot White Chocolate Balls
200g Malteser & Mars Bar Slice
200g Peanut Butter Coconut Macaroons
200g Snickers Slice
I was then curious to see how many recipes I have which contain the equivalent of a tin of condensed milk! It was a little scary to be honest!!! Yes okay, I admit it “My name is Leonie and I am a condensed milk addict“!! 🙂
I have many recipes that require 400g of condensed milk! 🙂
5 min Chocolate Fudge
Baileys Irish Cream
Baileys Irish Cream & Pistachio Fudge
Cadbury Top Deck Chocolate Slice
Caramello Chocolate Fudge
Chunky Chocolate, Fruit & Nut Slice
Devils Double Choc Malt Cookies – Week 8, 2016
Jaffa and Cashew Fudge
Lime & Macadamia Fudge
Malteser Chocolate Ice-cream Cake
Mars Bar Fudge
No Bake Chocolate Swirl and Flake Cheesecake
No Bake Lime Cheesecake
Orange Cookie Pistachio Fudge
Oreo Cookies & Cream Fudge
Peanut Butter and Chocolate Fudge
Pistachio Jaffa Fudge
Rum and Raisin Slice
Tim Tam Fudge
White Chocolate & Raspberry Cheesecake
Okay, so really I guess the whole truth is, “my name is Leonie and I am not only a condensed milk addict but also a self confessed chocoholic“!! 😉
I’ll leave it to you to count how many of the recipes above contain chocolate. 😉
hmm I’m wondering are you a condensed milk-aholic too? Which recipe will you click on first? 🙂
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