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Has anyone successfully replaced this in recipes?

I was going to try blending corn syrup with rice milk and see what happens.

I have some cookie recipes I need to mess with ;)

lovelove

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Has anyone successfully replaced this in recipes?

I was going to try blending corn syrup with rice milk and see what happens.

I have some cookie recipes I need to mess with ;)

lovelove

sickchick

Here is a recipe my neighbor has used, it will give you the basics so you can alter it to fit your needs:

Sweetened Condensed Milk Substitute

1 cup powdered milk

1/3 cup boiling water

2/3 cup sugar

3 T. melted margarine

Blend all togeher until smooth. Use in any recipe calling for 1 can of sweetened condensed milk.

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I can't have dairy, so that is why I was needing to replace:) THANKS purple!!! :P

happy weekend!

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I can not have dairy either. I didn't try this recipe for sweetened condensed milk, but I might do that some day. Please let me know if you try it and how it turned out.

Sweetened Condensed Milk I

Equivalent: 1 cup

Ingredients:

3 cups Soy or Rice Milk

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Hi, you could try cooking down some almond milk and then add honey. I've cooked the almond milk with a opened vanilla bean then use a thick natural honey.

take care

Has anyone successfully replaced this in recipes?

I was going to try blending corn syrup with rice milk and see what happens.

I have some cookie recipes I need to mess with ;)

lovelove

sickchick

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Happy Happy!

Thanks you two! :)

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I can't have dairy, so that is why I was needing to replace:) THANKS purple!!! :P

happy weekend!

I haven't tried it, but maybe Vance's Dari Free and coconut oil subbed for the milk and margarine?

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Thanks... can't have potato either LOL! :lol:

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I have always subbed with straight soy milk (I so use sweetened, vanilla). No one has ever noticed the difference.

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What about coconut milk? I'm sure the thickness won't matter much when xanthan is being used anyway. Plus, if you use sugar (I don't), that also acts as a binder. A little almond butter and water would also work I'd think. I find cookie recipes pretty versatile. I always use water or fruit juice as the main liquid ingredient anyway.

What sort of cookie needs condensed milk? Might that be macaroons?

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Very similar to a macaroon, Riceguy. :lol: It has coconut in it and almond extract and sweetened condensed milk. Then you place an almond on the top and drizzle it with chocolate. I have coconut milk in my fridge after my gluten-free|df|sf choco chips get here I can try it! Maybe today! I am hoping...

Thanks everybody!

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I can not have dairy either. I didn't try this recipe for sweetened condensed milk, but I might do that some day. Please let me know if you try it and how it turned out.

Sweetened Condensed Milk I

Equivalent: 1 cup

Ingredients:

3 cups Soy or Rice Milk

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I just saw a recipe on recipezaar that had tofu and maple syrup...hm...listed under vegan recipes

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