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Can I substitute condensed milk for heavy whipping cream?

I’m baking a dessert and want to know if I can substitute condensed milk in.
I’m trying to make creme brulee, and it needs heavy whipping cream.

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8 Responses to “Can I substitute condensed milk for heavy whipping cream?”

  1. mailjunkie123 said:

    nope…not at all….

    and I’ve tried it before…and my dessert was gooie instead of being like ice cream….and plus the taste was sooo rich it was gross

  2. melissa8961 said:

    no, condensed milk is cooked milk with sugar in it. Whipping cream does not have sugar.

  3. Allah the Great said:

    no hun, but what’s the recipe? maybe it’ll work

  4. EC Expert said:

    No, condensed milk has been heated and has sugar in it. It won’t do anything but make your desert sticky and too sweet.

  5. Tejas said:

    Unfortunately, no. Condensed milk has too much sugar and fat content to whip up into a proper whipped cream. The best you could hope for is a frothy dish of sugary milk.

  6. Ms. Diamond Girl said:

    How To Make Sweetened Condensed Milk Substitute

    If you don’t have sweetened condensed milk on hand, this simple recipe will make the equivalent of a 14-ounce can.

    The best make-your-own version is to mix 1 cup of evaporated milk with 1-1/4 cups of sugar in a saucepan, heat and stir until the sugar is completely dissolved, and let cool. If you don’t have evaporated milk on hand either, you can make your own by slowly simmering any quantity of milk in a pan until it reduced by 60%, and then adding the sugar.

    Tips:
    A food processor may be used to blend the ingredients.

    Substitute for condensed milk:

    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.

    hope these help. enjoy.

  7. elyag43 said:

    I made my own sweetened condensed milk all the time. It was great and a lot cheaper than the commercial kind.;

  8. lizlywatts said:

    Absolutely not, it is an entirely different ingredient… It just won’t work, sorry.. *s*




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