Sweetened condensed milk candy Recipes
These are delicious and very easy-to-make chocolate truffles with an unlikely surprise: a sprinkling of light, fluffly sea salt.
If you haven’t yet experienced a yummy chocolate truffle with sea salt, then you haven’t…experienced a yummy chocolate truffle with sea salt. It’s a seemingly unlikely, but absolutely scrumptious and special, flavor combination that has to be experienced to be believed.
I believe. And I want you to believe, also.
I’ve got a golden ticket. Okay, people. Listen. You can use whatever brand or quality of chocolate you want, everything from the basic grocery store stuff to the ultra-pricey (and darn delicious) fancy stuff. I decided to go with Ghirardelli, because I think it’s delicious…and because I had some in my pantry.
I also had some Scharffen Berger. But I’m saving that for brownies next week.
Scharffen Berger brownies. Whew. That’s what I’m talkin’ about.
So for these truffles, I’m going to use equal parts semi-sweet chocolate…
And bittersweet chocolate. I’ve found this formula produces a really deep, rich chocolate flavor without going over the top with that dark chocolate flavor, which I sometimes find to be a little overpowering.
But that’s just me. Now, my dad? He could probably eat bars of the bittersweet stuff with some unsweetened chocolate thrown in and be happy as a clam.
But he also likes Spam, so don’t listen to him.
News Flash: If you don’t have a double boiler…don’t buy one. In my life, I’ve never used an official double boiler. Just place a heatproof (glass, preferably) bowl over a saucepan of simmering water.
Throw all the chocolate into the bowl and just wait a few minutes.
It’ll start to melt in no time.
Before you even stir the stuff, go ahead and pour in 1 14-ounce can of sweetened, condensed milk.
Seriously. When it comes to certain desserts and treats, sweetened condensed milk just can’t be beat.
I just heard every subscriber of Southern Living exclaim a big *AMEN*.
Now you can stir it gently together, being careful to keep the water on a gentle simmer.
The texture of the chocolate mixture will seem a little freaky there for awhile, but don’t worry. It’ll be fine.
Just keep folding gently until all the chocolate is incorporated into the condensed milk.
Finally, turn off the heat and add 1 tablespoon vanilla extract. It gives the truffles a nice, rounded flavor.
Low Carb Condensed Milk Mix (Sweetened) - LC Foods - All Natural - High Protein - Low Lactose - High Calcium - No Sugar - Diabetic Friendly - Low Carb Milk - 3.7 oz
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How to make Sweetened condensed milk coconut candy ? | Yahoo Answers
That's another of our students days fundraising item. You need fresh coconut gratings. Gently toast the coconut gratings/finely ground shavings to dry the gratings and not to brown it. Let it cool down. Add melted butter, sweetened condensed milk and coconut essence. Spread it out on a buttered tray and let it cool down or refrigerate for the candy to set firm. Cut into squares. We even color the coconut candies with food coloring too *