Sweetened and Condensed
Homemade Ice Cream
South of the Border Ice Cream
Lemon Meringue Pie
Original Key Lime Pie
Condensed Milk Cookies
Fudge Oatmeal Cookies
Dulce de Leche Rice Pudding
Frozen Lemonade Pie
Three Ingredient Hot Fudge
Homemade Ice CreamNo Ice Cream Maker Needed Modified from an Instructable !developed by Doodlecraft Blog
South of the Border Ice CreamNo Ice Cream Maker Needed! This is an original recipe developed in my kitchen. Hilary
Lemon Meringue PieThis recipe debuted in the 1940’s as “Lemon Ice Box Pie” and quickly became the most popular dessert of that decade. It has most recently been updated to include an additional baking step to render the eggs safe. Modified from the Eagle Brand recipe.
Original Key Lime PieBack when this pie was invented, there were no cows or stores on the Florida Keys. Everything had to come in by boat and so they used canned sweetened condensed milk, just like this recipe. They added meringue to use up the leftover egg whites. You may do that also, and then brown the meringue in the oven. This recipe was probably the inspiration for the Lemon Ice Box Pie, later called Lemon Meringue Pie.
Frozen Lemonade PieSubstitute a quart of vanilla ice cream, softened, for the sweetened condensed milk and eliminate the whipped topping; then you have the Betty Crocker recipe for lemonade pie.
Three Ingredient Hot FudgeSimple, quick and delicious. Especially good poured over the Homemade ice cream made from the recipe in this cookbook.
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A collection of recipes that rely on Sweetened and Condensed Milk and its offspring Dulce de Leche.
A cookbook of those recipes that were my favorites over the years. Some are family treasures and I hope this will keep them from disappearing.