Pumpkin pie Recipes without evaporated milk - Best Milk Recipes

Pumpkin pie Recipes without evaporated milk

If there’s one thing I can’t stand, it’s cheap food. I admit it. I’m a dedicated Food Snob. Perhaps it’s my French heritage. Perhaps it is all those years I actually ate cheap food and suffered the inevitable consequences of dodgy health and a crabby disposition much of the time. I remember some years back when the French farmers were picketing McDonalds for bringing cheap food to their land. I was cheering so loudly, I’m sure they heard me across the Atlantic. You GO Froggies!

Truth be told, I would rather go hungry than actually stoop to eating fast food – even in a pinch. I’ve found through painful experience, that it is infinitely better to drink some water, chew some gum or whatever I have to do to get to a decent restaurant or, better yet, simply go home and get something quality to eat than succumb to the temptation of the drive through only to suffer the inevitable stomach ache, headache or worse a few hours later. I’ve found very few places that beat my own kitchen for quality, lip smacking, “wow, that was amazing” food. It’s just not worth it to settle for less. The really ironic and highly amusing part of my Food Snob confession is that I couldn’t even boil an egg when I first got married. My husband was the chef; he was, and still is, an excellent cook. He taught me the basics, and when the kids came along, I determined to learn everything the best that I could so that my kids would really learn to appreciate, and love quality food. It is, after all, one of the finer things of life!


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Low Carb Evaporated Milk Mix - LC Foods - All Natural - High Protein - Low Lactose - High Calcium - No Sugar - Diabetic Friendly - Low Carb Milk - 4.9 oz
Grocery (LC Foods Corporation)
  • Low Carb - All Natural - Gluten Free - No Sugar - Diabetic Friendly
  • All Natural Ingredients
  • Per 1.5 tsp: 0 Net Carbs
  • Manufactured in the United States
  • Includes: 1 - 4.9 oz Mix

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What can i use in place of sweetened condensed milk in a recipe?

Own by slowly simmering any quantity of milk in a pan until it reduced by 60%, and then adding the sugar. Obviously this is a tedious process. Sweetened condensed milk has a long shelf life, so pick up one or two cans on your next trip to the market

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