My Amish neighbor shared this recipe. Now I make it in batches and freeze for later

 


3 tablespoons of butter (use vegan butter for dairy-free option)

1 cup instant dry milk (almond, soy, or coconut milk powder for non-dairy alternatives)

2/3 cup sugar (adjust according to taste)

1/3 cup boiling water

Instructions:


Combine Ingredients: In a mixing bowl, add the instant dry milk, sugar, and butter.

Add Water: Pour the boiling water over the mixture in the bowl.

Blend Until Smooth: Use an electric mixer or whisk to beat the mixture until it becomes smooth and creamy.

Storage: If not using immediately, you can store the homemade sweetened condensed milk in a sealed jar or container. It can be refrigerated for up to two weeks or frozen for a few months for longer preservation.

Pro Tip: Freezing your homemade sweetened condensed milk is an excellent way to ensure you always have some on hand for your baking and dessert-making endeavors. Just make sure to thaw it properly when you're ready to use it.


By making your own sweetened condensed milk, you gain the flexibility to adapt the recipe to suit your dietary requirements or taste preferences. Whether you're crafting dairy-free desserts or simply aiming to reduce your grocery expenses, this homemade sweetened condensed milk recipe is a fantastic addition to your culinary toolkit. Enjoy the rich, creamy texture and the satisfaction of having made it yourself in your next dessert creation!