She Boils Condensed Milk Hours Later She Made A Mouth-Watering Dessert

By Sughra Hafeez in Food On 5th January 2018

There are certain foods we love so much that we unashamedly eat them straight from the container with a spoon.

sweetened condensed milk is one of those foods.


The key to enjoying condensed milk as a part of a healthy diet is consuming small, measured portions.

Sweetened condensed milk is milk from which the water has been removed and to which sugar has been added

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Sweetened condensed milk is used to provide sweetness and a rich creamy texture to some desserts.

If it is combined with acidic ingredients, such as lemon juice, it will thicken on its own -- without being cooked or chilled. Many people also use condensed milk to sweeten beverages, particularly coffee.


People all over the world eat it.

Whether you choose to indulge every day or less frequently is up to you — but whenever you’re ready, sweetened condensed milk will be there for you

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You can actually make yourself and your friends a simple yet delicious little snack using only a pot of boiling water and a can of condensed milk

The first thing you'll need to do is get yourself a can of sweetened condensed milk and remove the label.

Place the Can in a large pot. Fill the pan with water.

Place the pot over high heat and allow it to come to a simmer.


The boiling water creates the pressure build up inside of the can and turned the condensed milk into something incredible.

Simmer the can for two to three hours, depending on how dark you want the dulce de leche to be.

When the time is up, carefully remove the can from the hot water using a pair of tongs

Allow it to cool to room temperature on a wire rack.


Dulce de leche is delicious straight out of the can, but you can also serve it over ice cream or use it as a filling for cakes or cookies.


It turns into a sweet concoction known as dulce de leche, a tasty caramel-flavored treat.

Dulce de leche is a dessert that people enjoy all over the world.


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