How To Make Condensed Milk

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Homemade condensed milk

Homemade condensed milk

I wonder who else is a condensed milk lover like me.  I think it’s one of the best things in the world….gooey and sweet. I can even let it drizzle off my finger and just enjoy licking it…..wow…it’s just so good! There are so many ways to enjoy it but I think I’ll leave it for another day.

I grew up drinking condensed milk in a bottle. There was no milk powder then or maybe milk powder was just too expensive for us. There was definitely no fresh milk. My parents or elder brother or sister would add water to condensed milk in a bottle and shake it up before giving it to me. I didn’t even have a nice bottle. My milk bottle was made from a soft drink bottle with a bottle tit fitted to the mouth. Well, I still grew up well and I’m still very thankful and proud of my humble beginning.

Homemade condensed milk

Homemade condensed milk

By the way, I came across a very beautiful dessert a few days ago. I say it’s very beautiful because it uses quite a lot of condensed milk. It has to be good I thought. I wanted to make it. However I also thought to myself that I want it very delicious. To me it means that I need a good quality condensed milk

I’m disappointed with the condensed milk these days. There isn’t much flavour, not like those that I drank before. Well, I had to make it myself. I made some researches and then experimented with it last night. Yeah…..I got it!  Immediately I made the beautiful dessert. For that, you have to come back tomorrow for it. Here I will share with you how to make your own condensed milk. It’s very easy.

Ingredients
125g butter
2C sugar
1C boiling water
4C skimmed milk powder (or less)

BUtter and sugar in blender

Butter and sugar in blender

Add boiling water

Add boiling water

Put the butter and sugar in the blender and then pour in boiling water. Blend it well. Then add the milk powder 1 cup at a time, blending after each cup until all is finished. That’s it! It may look very liquid but will thicken when it cools down. I love it thick. Use less milk powder if you like it runny like the ones you buy, maybe 3 cups of milk powder.

The flavour is way better than shop bought ones. Besides, you’ll save a lot of money making it yourself, if you are one like me who loves condensed milk. I’ll not buy again.

Oh yes, don’t forget to come back tomorrow for my wonderful dessert. My children said that it was one of the best.

Do you like condensed milk? How do you eat it? Pease share, add and comment in the comment box below.

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97 Comments

Divina  on January 14th, 2010

I know this is your favorite and if there’s avocado, then you’re in heaven. Wow, that easy?? Looks really creamy and of course heavenly.

The Cooking Ninja  on January 14th, 2010

Haven’t had condensed milk since moving to France 8 yrs ago. I only take them with coffee when I’m back in S’pore. LOL! Wow, didn’t know we can make them ourselves. Really cool post. Thanks for the recipe. :)

Katherine  on January 14th, 2010

I didn’t know condensed milk was that simple to make. I am a big condensed milk fan. It’s so nice. I wouldn’t have thought to make or myself. Great post Mary.

Viviane  on January 14th, 2010

I am not a big fan of very sweet things, condensed milk does not escape the rule. I used to drink when I was a kid though. We mostly use in making a chocolate dessert. I like to top a mix of cut banana’s and strawberries with it. You should try that I am sure you will love

Mary  on January 14th, 2010

@Divina - LOL….you are very right to say that! You know my taste buds well :D

@The Cooking Ninja - Oh yes, it’s soooo, soooo good with coffee, the real roasted coffee that we find back home. I tried to make it here but the coffee is different. Maybe I should try every brand of roasted coffee :P

@Katherine - Now you can make it yourself and indulge in it like me :D

@Viviane - This is the one sweet thing that I’m crazy about…mmmm. Yes, I drizzle it over a lot of food and fruits. It adds to the taste.

cheah  on January 14th, 2010

I’m not a dairy fan but I do remember drinking warm condense milk whenever I woke up from my afternoon nap, even before I was of school going age. Didn’t know it can be home made. You are great, Mary!

faithy  on January 14th, 2010

I didn’t know you can make your own condense milk!! wow! great post! I’m going to forward your post to someone who’s hunting high and low for condense milk can can’t find any..

penny aka jeroxie  on January 14th, 2010

I love condensed milk. Used to have it with Asian black coffee. And also milo, holick, all the naughty drinks :)

pegasuslegend  on January 14th, 2010

Interesting that it has butter in it…is this a family tradition for you never heard of anyone making this one, thats awesome! Nice recipe to share…. always just use it to make a topping ofr brownies with peanut butter…love it!Never knew how darn fattening it was till I saw this post!

3hungrytummies  on January 14th, 2010

I used to eat condensed milk by the spoonful haha!

Drick  on January 14th, 2010

who knew except Mary - great tip and recipe - can’t wait for tomorrow’s dessert….

Jeannie  on January 14th, 2010

I love condensed milk too… I’l eat bread drizzled with it, even make pound cake with it,
add to my coffee, make fudge etc etc..the list is endless.

Tangled Noodle  on January 14th, 2010

Oh, Mary! This is marvelous - I loooooove sweetened condensed milk. As a child, I used to toast bread and spread it all over - it was the only thing I knew how to ‘cook’ at the time! 8-)

Thanks for sharing this recipe and your memories!

Sushma Mallya  on January 14th, 2010

I never knew v could make this at home…its one of my fav too, tastes so good….thanks for the recipe Mary..

kristy  on January 14th, 2010

Oh wow, such a great recipe! Well done, Mary. Sorry, I’ve been missing for a couple of days. Pretty busy lately… getting ready for the coming CNY lol and also something else came up! Yeah, still trying to catch up with all of you. Btw, I’ve something for you. Please feel free to drop by and collect it. Have a nice day. Cheers!

Anna  on January 14th, 2010

Wow, I didn’t know we could “make” condensed milk… I looooooooove condensed milk with bananas.

Roti n Rice  on January 14th, 2010

You make it look easy. It reminds of a candy recipe that I love as a child. I should make that and share it. Thansk for this great tip!

Angie@Angie's Recipes  on January 14th, 2010

Cool! I need to find milk powder first. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

Mary  on January 14th, 2010

@cheah - Oh yes, now I remember. I heard that it is good for the stomach though I’m not too sure how that works. I even heard that it’s good for those suffering from gastric….better than the cold milk. Thanks very much for sharing.

@Faithy - Great…now your friend can enjoy homemade condensed milk :) She’ll be happy like me :D

@Penny aka jeroxie - Me, too. I’ve just had my hot cup of coffee with condensed milk…..mmmm….just sooooo good! :) Reminds me of home sweet home.

@Pegasuslegend - You can put less butter I believe but I want the flavour. Utterly fattening I agree…but love it…mmmm. You can put less milk powder too for a more runny condensed milk. Oh no….not family tradition of any sort….just my craving that drove me to research and experiment :P Now I can enjoy making all desserts that need condensed milk.

@3hungrytummies - Me, too. I used to mix condensed milk with milk powder to make it into a ball and eat like candy…..utterly addictive :)

@Drick - Thank you very much. I’m sure you’ll love the dessert…simple, easy, quick and very, very delicious. Stay tuned.

@Jeannie - I’m going to learn one by one….fudge, pound cake, etc etc. Hope not to put on weight cos of my new found culinary adventure. Need more exercise :P

@Tangled Noodle - We are in the same league :D It’s interesting how we never outgrow what we loved when we were kids! Thanks very much for sharing.

@Sushma Mallya - We should form a Condensed Milk Club :D

@Kristy - Whah….you are one extremely organised lady that I know…already prepared for Chinese New Year! Thanks very much for dropping by despite your busy schedule and also for the lovely award. Really appreciate very much. Do take care.

@Anna - I love condensed milk with bananas too…yum. Now you can make your own condensed milk.

@Roti n Rice - Now I wonder it’s the same candy that I’m thinking of. We call it the rabbit candy…chewy, flavourful and very delicious. Hope you make that to share with us. I would love it.

@Angie@Angie’s Recipes - You are most welcome. Hope you try out soon.

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Natasha - 5 Star Foodie  on January 14th, 2010

How cool! Homemade condensed milk sounds wonderful! My daughter likes to have it with chocolate chips for dessert :)

rebecca  on January 14th, 2010

oh wow this looks so yummy

Christine @ Fresh Local and Best  on January 14th, 2010

This is very simple! I never knew that I could make this at home!

Mary  on January 14th, 2010

@Natasha - 5 Star Foodie - Now you can make it yourself at home…cheaper and higher quality. Your daughter will give you many hugs for that :)

@Rebecca - Thank you very much. It was so good with coffee, fruits, desserts, etc.

@Christine @ Fresh Local and Best - Now you can easily make your own condensed milk if you ever need it. It’s just so simple.

pigpigscorner  on January 14th, 2010

wow didn’t know it’s that simple!

joylicious  on January 14th, 2010

How interesting, I always wondered how condensed milk was made. I looooove pouring it over shaved ice or having it in vietnamese coffee — sometimes I just enjoy dipping my finger in it and eating it plain :) I am definitely going to try to make my own batch — awesome post Mary!

Kitchen Butterfly  on January 14th, 2010

I love condensed milk. Used to have it in tea back in Nigeria, now I use it to make a quick dulce de leche/confiture de lait/caramel curd!

From Lab To Kitchen  on January 14th, 2010

What a great idea, I will surely have to try this! I love coffee with condensed milk :)

Cajun Chef Ryan  on January 14th, 2010

Great way to make your own condensed milk!

Thas  on January 14th, 2010

Looks like we have lot of things in common, I am too a huge condensed milk freak. I love to drink it right from the can rather than mixing it with something else. My mom had a hard time storing it in the refrigerator when I was young, it never lasted even for a day:P Never thought I could make condensed milk at home, if I can make this in my kitchen better than the store bought one, I am not going to but anymore cans. Thanks a million for sharing this.

Also, do check this: http://thasneen.com/cooking/haiti

Mary  on January 14th, 2010

@pigpigscorner - It’s really simple…surprises me, too.

@Joylicious - LOL….I was too shy to add that in my post…dipping my finger into the tin and licking it! At least now I know I’m not the only one :D We need to form Condesed Milk Club :P

@Kitchen Butterfly - I love it in tea or coffee, too. I once ate Banoffie Pie which is a thick layer of caramel condensed milk at the base….absolutely fabulous. I have to learn more. What you mentioned are new to me.

@From Lab To Kitchen - One thing I noticed is that cafes here don’t sell coffee with condensed milk! I wonder why. It’s really soooo goood. I’m really so glad to know many people around in the blogosphere who love condensed milk with tea or coffee.

@Cajun Chef Ryan - That’s right. I’m one happy cook :)

@Thas - Firstly thanks for the link. It’s just so unfortunate and sad. Am doing something to help too. By the way, it’s exciting to know that you are one great fan of condensed milk. In fact you are really one HUGE fan…wow….drink it! Are you still going to drink it now that you know how to make it? :P

Sanjana  on January 14th, 2010

I didn’t even know it was POSSIBLE to do this… Or I had never thought to find out– Either way I can’t believe I have never heard of it. It looks SOOOO wonderful! I can’t wait to make it and use it in Chai!!! Thanks for sharing Mary!

Sook  on January 14th, 2010

Mary, I LOVE condensed milk! I love using it in desserts. I would have never thought of making it at home! You’re an incredible cook!

Sarah, Maison Cupcake  on January 14th, 2010

Oddly I don’t think I ever had condensed milk as a child and it was only recently that I realised it was totally different to evaporated milk which my grandma used to serve on tinned peaches!

I didn’t know you could make it yourself, thanks for showing.

Mary  on January 14th, 2010

@Sanjana - I was just like you until my craving drove me to hunt :D Now I better try to list down what I really crave. It’s a really long list :P

@Sook - Now we can enjoy bottomless condensed milk :) I think the condensed milk company is going to dislike us :D

@Sarah, Maison Cupcake - I am just the opposite. I never knew about evaporated milk until I was an adult when I learned that cafes use it in coffee or tea. Thought it’s absolutely interesting. Thanks for sharing.

Janice  on January 14th, 2010

really? it’s that simple? that’s it? I never knew how easy condensed milk was to make. I love condensed milk with my Vietnamese coffee and anything I can drizzle on. Thanks for sharing.

Christine@Christine's Recipes  on January 14th, 2010

Mary,
You’re genius! This post comes in time….I just run out of condensed milk, but keep forgetting to get some when I went for shopping, LOL. I can follow your recipe and make some to keep at home.

Ladybird  on January 14th, 2010

You’re absolutely right Mary. The bought condensed milk just doesn’t taste right. It tastes fake!

You really can’t beat homemade :) Nice job

Julie Lynn  on January 14th, 2010

Mary,

You are so resourceful. I love to see all the great things you make from scratch. =)

noobcook  on January 14th, 2010

wah, I didn’t know it’s possible to make your own condensed milk at home … it looks really good!

Adino  on January 15th, 2010

I had no idea we could make it ourselves! Thanks for the recipe.

Nowadays the condensed milk we get in Malaysian supermarkets is no longer made from milk. It’s made from palm oil and sugar :(

Mary  on January 15th, 2010

@Janice - Yes, it’s just that simple! I found it quite hard to believe it too until I made it. Now we can all enjoy more condensed milk :D

@Christine@Christine’s Recipes - Now I think we, condensed milk lovers, will live a less stressed life…we can make our own! :D

@Ladybird - I’m sure it’s all because of cutting cost to maximise profits. It just tastes sweet without much flavour. Now we can enjoy good condensed milk :)

@Julie Lynn - It is challenging but fun :) There are so many food that I miss and so many food that I’m disappointed because of its low quality. It’s good though…makes me keep learning & keep cooking :)

@noobcook - Thank you very much. It’s actually simple and easy to make.

@Adino - Oh my gosh….condensed milk made from palm oil and sugar?? What a big disappointment! Come, let’s all make it ourselves…tastes way superior to that. Thanks very much for sharing with me that useful piece of information.

Impromptu Diva  on January 15th, 2010

we love condensed milk… we use it a lot… creamy fruit salad, leche flan (dulce de leche) but homemade condensed milk… that’s something new to me, i never thought we could make it homemade. thanks for sharing mary… lemme give this a try!

Sherleen  on January 15th, 2010

wow…homemade condensed milk, i never think of condensed milk can be homemade.
i like to make Milo with condensed milk, creamy and tasty…how long can this homemade milk be keeping? and how much milk this recipe can produce?
i wish to try too!!

zurin  on January 15th, 2010

wow It never crossed my mind that one cld make condensed milk! this is great Mary..I love it too! :)tanks for dropping by.

Ellie  on January 16th, 2010

Wow! This is a eye opening moment. Never know you can make condense milk at home! Will defintiely try soon :)

Mary  on January 16th, 2010

@Impromptu Diva - I’m sure learning a lot more ways to eat condensed milk here :) Hope you try out soon.

@Sherleen - OOooh….milo with condensed milk…my favourite too. Only problem milo is not easily available here. I remember dipping those square soda crackers into this drink….oh….that’s so delicious! Oh dear, I didn’t measure how much I made. I’m sure it’s at least 3 condensed milk tins. I’m sure it can keep about a week nut I’m not sure. Mine goes very quickly.

@zurin - Thanks for visiting and for your lovely comment. Hope you try out soon.

@Ellie - It’s my latest discovery….what joy :) Hope you try ouyt soon.

yours deliciously  on January 16th, 2010

Oh wow!Never knew that one could make condensed milk at home. Love it with Milo!

Mary  on January 16th, 2010

@yours deliciously - Condensed milk with milo is my favourite too. Sadly, milo is not easily available here :( If I see it, I’ll have to get a dozen tins :P

Wendy  on January 17th, 2010

Mary… what a revelation! I thought you had to boil it for hours and hours and that it was an industrial process… oh I can see that I am going to have to experiment, now!

Romaine  on January 17th, 2010

Just did this myself for the very first time last week to avoid a trip to the store. We must be on the same wavelength. Looking forward to your next post.

peggyclyde  on January 17th, 2010

I love sweetened condensed milk. I use it every chance I get so I can lick the rest right out of the can! Thanks for this recipe. Now if I can figure out how to change grams into cups, I’ll try it.

Mary  on January 17th, 2010

@Wendy - I was surprised to find it’s actually so simple and easy. Hope you have fun making your own condensed milk. Use less milk powder if you want a more runny one.

@Romaine - LOL….we must be craving at the same time! Well done to both of us :P

@peggyclyde - Aha…I’ve found another great condensed milk fan! I just use the normal measuring cups for making cakes. They are so convenient. I hate reading figures so I usually don’t use grammes if I can avoid it.

Diana (girlfeedsboy)  on January 17th, 2010

Love love love condensed milk. And love that I know how to make this now!

Mary  on January 18th, 2010

@Diana (girlfeedsboy) - Hope you try out soon. You’ll be happy like me :P

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mhelhanee  on January 23rd, 2010

Wow! Thanks for sharing these…. i can now make my own condensed milk at home!!

Mary  on January 23rd, 2010

mhelhanee - Hope you try out soon. Have fun making!

fbarriga  on January 30th, 2010

How much is 1 cup of milk powder ? With one cup how many normal milk can you make ? (or the equivalency in kilograms/grams of milk powder?)

Thanks,

Mary  on January 30th, 2010

@fbarriga - I’m not sure of the weight but I used a cake measuring cup which is 250g of water to a cup. I have just measured it and it’s about 120g. This is for dried skimmed milk powder. Hope this helps.

radha  on February 1st, 2010

this home made cond milk, How long can it last in the fridge?

Mary  on February 1st, 2010

@Radha - I’m sure there’s no problem lasting a few days. Mine is used up very quickly each time. May be don’t make too much if you don’t use it a lot.

radha  on February 1st, 2010

ok thank you ~

Mary  on February 1st, 2010

@Radha - You are most welcome. Have fun cooking!

The Little Teochew  on February 22nd, 2010

I never knew you can make condensed milk! I drink it everyday with my tea. I guess with the price of tinned condensed milk so cheap and available in SG, I would continue to buy. But this would be interesting for a kitchen experiment! I am sure your version tastes way better than storebought ones! :)

Mary  on February 22nd, 2010

@The Little Teochew - So you need a daily dose too :D Adino above said that these days condensed milk is made from palm oil and sugar!! That really puts me off. No wonder it doesn’t have a beautiful flavour like those before. Give a try and see

Pedhakka  on March 19th, 2010

very helpful recipe !!thanks for sharing !!!

Bo  on March 21st, 2010

I have only had condensed milk from a can…Does the homemade taste different?

Mary  on March 21st, 2010

@Pedhakka - You are most welcome! Thanks very much for visiting and comment, Pedhakka! :D

@Bo - I would say it taste nicer…better flavour than the one in the tin. Thanks very much for visiting and comment, Bo! :D

tina  on March 26th, 2010

Hi mary…First time to ur blog..Im a great fan of condensed milk…Home made condensed milk looks so creamy and perfect…Yummo…

Mary  on March 26th, 2010

@Tina - Yeah……we are in the same league :D Give a try. It’s really simple and easy.

Quinn  on March 29th, 2010

Mary, I don’t know about Scotland, but here in Australia, milk powder is pretty expensive too. I love condensed milk too….I agree those were the days where things are rich, undiluted and has no fillers and preservatives. Now, they’re just different. I understand why you start making a lot of things from scratch, even condensed milk.

kathyvegas  on April 22nd, 2010

I’m also a big fan of condensed milk. It’s used in so many world cuisines in so many delicious recipes. Here’s a few of mine: http://lasvegasfoodadventures.wordpress.com/2009/10/03/condensed-and-evaporated-milk-in-cooking/

Mary  on April 22nd, 2010

@Quinn - Milk powder is also expensive here and we don’t even get the full cream milk powder. One tin costs about £1.50! Not only is it pricey but the quality is just not there. I’m glad that I have learned to make my own condensed milk. At least I get good quality food, at a fraction of the price at the shop. I’m happy! :D

@kathyvegas - Yeah, I’m so glad that you are also a big fan of condensed milk! :D Thanks very much for sharing the link with me. Appreciate lots!

Belinda @zomppa  on May 7th, 2010

I LOVE condensed milk! We used to always eat it on toast or just plain bread. I never knew how to make it - thanks!!

Mary  on May 7th, 2010

@Belinda @ Zomppa - Haha…that’s also the way I always eat…..sooooo delicious :D

Ann  on June 10th, 2010

Thanks for sharing! I tried making my first homemade condensed milk last sunday. It is very yummy but I find it too think. Do you think I can add some water to make my condensed milk a little bit thinner?

Mary  on June 10th, 2010

@Ann - Thanks for visiting and lovely comment, Ann! :D Yes, this one is thick especially after cooling down which I like. To make it more runny, you use less milk powder, maybe 3 & 1/2 cups or 3 cups. I don’t advice adding water. Give a try.

Ann  on June 11th, 2010

Thanks, Mary! I will try again.

Mary  on June 11th, 2010

@Ann - Let me know when you’ve tried. I’m glad to know you like it :D

Ann  on June 16th, 2010

Mary, I did it again. My CM turned out very good this time. For the 1st batch, I use hot water to thin it a bit. It turned out perfect too. Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe. I will try your mango ice cream soon.

hanie  on June 20th, 2010

hello!i’d like to try this out. dried skimmed milk powder is Nespray and the likes, is it?

in malaysia they have started to use palm oil and sugar, which they call “sweetened creamer” but since i live in JB, i have the luxury of buying proper CM from SG hehe =) but if i can make it at a cheaper price, that’s even better!

thanks for the recipe!

Mary  on June 21st, 2010

@Ann - I’m really so glad to hear that :D Thanks for trying it out. I’ll try your way to thin it out next time. Hope you love the ice cream.

@hanie - Thanks very much for visiting and lovely comment, Hanie! :D I think, if I am not wrong, Nespray is full cream milk. I have not tried with full cream milk. But may be you can give it a try and let me know. Who knows, it may turn out more delicious. I can’t get full cream milk powder here that’s why I used the skimmed milk powder.

Yes, I heard that in Malaysia, palm oil is used to make condensed milk which I now learn that it’s called ’sweetened creamer’. Thanks very much for letting me know about that term. It doesn’t taste as nice. Glad that you can get from S’pore….lucky you! :D Give a try making it your own. Have fun!

Jenny  on August 27th, 2010

Thanks for sharing on how to make condense milk. I tried it out last night and it came out marvelous, not to say also yummy and …. words just can’t describe….. Many thanks for sharing.

Mary  on August 27th, 2010

@Jenny - Really lovely to know that, Jenny! :D I’m so glad you tried. You will save a lot of money from now on…hehe

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Jane  on July 21st, 2011

thanks for sharing this recipe for condensed milk.
I’m going to try it later today. My brothers & sis all loved it as kids, we used to eat it from the can.
Now days, I just use it to make salad dressing.
1 can condensed milk, 1 teaspoon mustard powder, then add enough vinegar; 1/4 - 1/2 cup (cider is good or any you like), to give a cream consistancy and taste.

ram gopal ghai  on September 27th, 2011

Dear,
Realy, it is wonderfull, I never knew that it so simple to make. i spent nearly two hours by sitting in front of tv,to know how to prepare condensed milk.
thanks

Mary  on September 29th, 2011

@Jane - Thanks very much for the dressing recipe. I have bookmarked it. Would love to try it one day :D

@ram gopal ghal - Hope you have fun making your own condensed milk :D You can cut down on the butter if that is too oily for you.

BabeIpoh  on October 8th, 2011

Hi Mary

Are you using unsalted butter or salted butter to make the condense milk? Can I use salted butter?

Thanks.

Mary  on October 9th, 2011

@Babelpoh - I used the salted butter. You can use the unsalted one too. I think they is little difference. You can use less butter too if you don’t want it too rich. have fun making condensed milk :D

sathiarani  on November 11th, 2011

Hi Mary reading your post on condensed milk reminds me of my childhood where we will sneak in to the kitchen taking some crackers (the squarish ones) and pouring heaps of condensed milk on the crackers…at other times it will be the bread and condensed milk..
the ones we get over here in doha just puts you away for 2nd helping..
allow me to post the recipe once I have tried them..thanks

chithirai rohini  on December 19th, 2011

i love cd milk. i m trying it nw………………….

bimby  on February 6th, 2012

wow! am goig to try it right away!! Fastest sandwich filler, and yummy as a fruit salad or macedonia topping; one thing though, does it have to be butter, or i can use margarine; tanx.

Mary  on February 6th, 2012

@bimby - I would prefer to use butter. Firstly, it gives a nicer taste and secondly, butter is healthier than margarine. Hope this helps. Have fun cooking! :D

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Sapna  on October 27th, 2013

Any particular brand of milk powder do u recommend

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