Reddit reviews: The best condensed milk

We found 19 Reddit comments discussing the best condensed milk. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 13 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

Top Reddit comments about Condensed Milk:

u/Cyno01 · 6 pointsr/foodhacks

Whats the yield? How cost effective is this?

>The ready made condensed milk comes with preservatives which is not always good for health.

Yeah, in this case the sugar is acting as a preservative.



u/camahan · 1 pointr/shittyfoodporn

Here are a few options from a quick google search for evaporated/condensed milk.

Just because wiki says that it is found in cans does not mean that is the case 100% of the time. There is always another option, and wiki is meant for a really super generalized tool that gives you a very very very rudimentary understanding of things. You will learn this once you are out of high school. Going to walk away from this now, just stop.

u/bearxfoo · 2 pointsr/Baking

Sweetened condensed milk is not like cream. It's milk with the water removed and then sugar is added. It's very very thick.

I don't know what could possibly replace that.

https://www.amazon.com/Eagle-Brand-Sweetened-Condensed-Milk/dp/B001M0A6QU This is what it generally looks like (other brands also make it, like Nestle).

Mirror glaze is tedious. I've never seen a recipe use "gelatin sheets" but maybe that's a geographical thing since I've never seen it sold in sheets (all I've ever seen here in stores is powder gelatin).

It's also very messy, time consuming, and ... a lot. I did a mirror glaze over a cheesecake recently and it was probably the "hardest" thing I've done in that it took up so much time and had so many steps.

If you're experimenting just know that it could fail. If I were you I probably wouldn't want that stress around the time of graduation and I'd save the experiment for a more relaxed, causal time frame. But that's just me.

u/numbis · 4 pointsr/vegan

Nature's charm makes a really tasty one, i use it in coffee sometimes.


they also make evaporated coconut milk

u/oxonhill · 1 pointr/pics

Thanks for that. In the States, Nestle sells this under the La Lechera brand. And Amazon carries it for what appears to be a decent price.

u/Rinat1234567890 · 95 pointsr/Neverbrokeabone

i dont know where you live but this is what i found, also yeah i know it's nestle but it's for demonstrative purposes only

Edit: changed I to you

u/notoriousbuttmuffins · 5 pointsr/veganrecipes

Nature's Charm Sweetened Condensed Coconut Milk, 11.25 Ounce (Pack of 6)


u/spectator_by · 2 pointsr/pics

That is sweetened condensed milk. First link from google search https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00N760MA2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_gGAwzb53HN2G5

Vodka and condensed milk... what an interesting combination.

u/Ardhel17 · 4 pointsr/PlantBasedDiet

So it has sugar in it and wouldn't be whole foods but you can either make or buy plant based condensed milk.


I found several recipes with a quick Google search. And of you'd rather buy it...


u/unity2178 · 10 pointsr/Coffee

I'd suggest using Trung Nguyen coffee and Longevity Sweetened Condensed Milk for the closest to what you can get in Vietnam.

Seriously, the Trung Nguyen coffee has ruined me to anything else, it's got this naturally sweet, almost cocoa-like flavor that is amazing by itself.

u/mooc1ty · 2 pointsr/Coffee

This brand of condensed milk is the standard for most places I've encountered in the US, and if you can't keep it in the can, you can always put it in a small sealable jar for the fridge.

u/w3woody · 1 pointr/AskAnAmerican

Used to have a Kurig, so insert pod into machine, press button, throw pod away.

But I hated how expensive and wasteful the pods were, so I traded in for a Ninja coffee maker, which has the nice property that you can dial in the amount of coffee you want it to make.

Me, I do a single 14 ounce container in the morning: three scoops of coffee in a #4 paper cone ground in a coffee grinder using coffee from these guys. The Ninja coffee is fundamentally a drip coffee maker, but it does some weird thing controlling the amount of water it pours over the beans, so the result is fairly good.

One teaspoon sugar and a squeeze (about a tablespoon) of sweetened condensed milk, because fuck it, I like my coffee sweet--I'm no purist.

Toss grinds (in a #4 paper cone) away, drink coffee until desire to murder people randomly goes away.

I also like the fact that by drinking their coffee, I'm helping an order of Carmelite Monks in Wisconsin.


Oh, and "instant coffee" is the work of Satan.

Which, really, doesn't bother me that much. Some of the stuff attributed to Satan can be pretty cool. But "instant coffee" is just the work of Satan when he was feeling depressed and sad.