Sweetened condensed milk slice Recipes
I LOVE sweetened condensed milk. It’s partially nostalgic and partly because it’s just so delicious. How could you not love milk and sugar? I could eat it by the spoonful, but the way I use condensed milk most is in coffee. What’s a girl to do though, when you don’t have any condensed milk in the fridge or pantry and it’s 3 am and there’s no where to go for your coffee-sugar fix? (Don’t ask why I need coffee-sugar fix at 3 am …)
You could go out for bubble/boba tea, where they use copious amounts of sweetened condensed milk in their drinks. Or…you could stay up for another two plus hours binge watching Survivor and making your own homemade sweetened condensed milk. (Don’t judge! Every one has a plethora of vices, mine just happen to be trashy TV, coffee and sweetened condensed milk.)
This recipe is pretty hands-off so you don’t need to pay much attention to it (bonus: more time to yell useless threats at the TV). Nope, all this sweet, milky deliciousness needs is some time and a couple of good stirs. Your milk won’t end up as thick as the store bought stuff, but at 3 in the morning, who can really be bothered to put on real clothes and google 24 hour grocery stores?
That being said, if there was a 24 hour Japanese bakery nearby selling shokupan, I would totally put on real clothes and go buy myself a loaf. Shokupan is the bestest, fluffiest, whitest bread you’ll ever eat in your life, guaranteed. It’s like bread crack: one slice is never enough. If you have some lying around, do yourself a favour and toast, then slather with condensed milk. If you’re feeling extra naughty, get some bonus points by buttering up your toast before you generously make it rain condensed milk. If you don’t have a Japanese/Asian bakery nearby, any thick-cut, fluffy white bread will do in a pinch. Yes, before you ask, it must white bread. It may not be the best for your body, but boy, oh boy, is it the best for your overall enjoyment of life.
i am milky, i am sweet, i am sweetened condensed milk!
Sweetened Condensed Milk Recipe
makes just under 1 cup
- 1 1/2 cups whole milk
- 1/2 cup granulated sugar
- 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract, if desired
- 1 slice of the thickest, fluffiest bread you can find
- butter, at room temp, if you dare
- sweetened condensed milk
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If you have a can of evaporated milk on hand, you can make a very good approximation of condensed milk. In a saucepan, combine a cup of evaporated milk with 1-1/4 cups of sugar. Heat until the sugar is completely dissolved. Let cool. You can refrigerate the mixture for several days.