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Substitute evaporated milk Recipes

20130507-224900.jpgI love French toast but it’s not one of those things I make very often. So when I saw in a Rachael Ray magazine a tip for a substitution for milk I knew I’d give it a try. Unfortunately I couldn’t remember if you were supposed to substitute evaporated milk or sweetened condensed milk…..so I’m giving both a try.

First up is the evaporated milk version. This was very good but I didn’t notice a big difference in the taste from using regular milk. Either way it was delicious. Even my mother, who made a face and literally stopped walking when I mentioned it had evaporated milk in it, loved it.

French Toast with Evaporated Milk

Ingredients:

2 eggs
1/3 c fat free evaporated milk
1/2 tsp vanilla
1/2 tsp cinnamon
4 slices of bread
Butter

Instructions:

Combine eggs, evaporated milk, vanilla and cinnamon together in a small bowl. Whisk ingredients until mixed completely. Dip bread in mixture and cover completely in liquid.

Heat a skillet on medium heat. Add about 1/2 Tbsp butter to skillet and let melt. Place bread in skillet two at a time and let cook until browned. Flip and cook other side. Garnish with confectioners sugar and serve with syrup.


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Carnation Carnation Evaporated Milk-12 oz, 12 ct
Grocery (Carnation)
  • 12 x 12oz per can
  • Vitamin D added
  • A must-have for holiday baking. Adds extra creaminess and richer flavor.
  • Replaces drinking milk in recipes. Ease one for one milk substitution.
  • Great for baking and everyday use!

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Substitutions for Evaporated Milk in Recipes.


If a recipe calls for a lot of sugar as well as evaporated milk, then condensed milk might work as a substitute. You simply substitute for the sugar as well as the milk. For every 14 oz can consider about 7 oz of it to be evaporated milk and 7 oz to be sugar. If the amount of sugar you will get using this ratio works out to being that called for in the recipe or less, then you can use the condensed milk as a substitute.

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Can condensed milk be substituted for evaporated milk in recipes? | Yahoo Answers

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If a recipe calls for a lot of sugar as well as evaporated milk, then condensed milk might work as a substitute. You simply substitute for the sugar as well as the milk. For every 14 oz can consider about 7 oz of it to be evaporated milk and 7 oz to be sugar. If the amount of sugar you will get using this ratio works out to being that called for in the recipe or less, then you can use the condensed milk as a substitute.

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