Pastillas de Leche if directly translated from Spanish means “milk tablets” or “milk pills” which basically describes this Filipino sweet delicacy. This is made from evaporated milk with some mixtures to make it like a dough. The dough will be formed into small shape and be coated with sugar. 

This can't be usually found in other countries and to taste Philippines sweet delicacy at your place, I made this step by step instructable. 

This recipe can produce 50 small pieces, but number can vary in size.

Step 1: Ingredients:

  • 1 cup Evaporated Milk
  • 1/3 cup Milk powder
  • 1 can condensed Milk
  • few drops of Vanilla Extract
  • Sugar
  • Butter
* note: if making more just make this as the ratio.

Materials to use:
  • wooden stick
  • cooking pan(try not using tefal)
  • plates
  • mixing bowl
  • Spoon
  • Knife
  • Chopping Board
  • Container (For sugar)
Most important thing needed
<p>very informative.. how long does the product last? Weeks?Months?</p>
<p>Looks super tasty !</p>
There are Peruvians in my family that make cookies with a similar setup. One trick they use is to boil the whole can of evaporated milk while it's still sealed. Usually they'll boil two and store one for next time. They just remove the wrapper from the can and boil the sealed cans for 3 to 4 hours.
<p>Hi it sounds interesting but wont the can explode due to expansion? </p>
The can can definitely explode if the pot boils dry. So just keep topping up the water and it's safe.
Nope. Boiling cans is often part of the canning process.
<p>Hi, good morning...im looking for this recipe..I visit too many website but i found that this one is good so i will try to do this for a small business..I may ask something if you don't mind...how long that this product last..?.coz i have no preservatives....please... i need your answer....thanks...</p>
just how much vanilla is enough? :-) <br>Thanks.
<p>will i still need to wait until it will be cold</p>
<p>wow sarap salamat po sa recipe eto yung result ng ginawa ko </p><p>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZ_j1yiD9rc</p>
<p>can you use cocoa powder instead of milk? :D </p>
Well we Filipinos didn't tried cocoa yet. Tell us what it taste like when you've tried it, ok? :)
<p>Where do you add in the butter and how much butter must it be?</p>
Add the butter to a bowl when you're going to transfer it or to cool down the pastillas
I can help if you want to.
I can help if you want to.
hello I tried doing this but made my pastillas hard as a rock. what stabilizers to use to prevent from hardening the product if stored longer if not placed in the ref?
<p>ill made this before but i couldn't cooked it... ill only mix it all ingredients.. so funny is it!! </p>
Hey souichi, my fellow schoolmate :)) ! Your getting good at this. Congratulations, you won a contest! &quot;Umaasenso na&quot;
I love it when my grandma sends these over! They're delicious! And I bet these are too!
Those sound like they would be very tasty :)
they tast yummy . i have tried them. . my aunt bought them from phillipines..
Why not try it :D
my aunt is fillipino.. i bet she would love this recipe
What can I use if I don't have Milk powdered?
I hope to try this sometime soon! It looks good! thanks for sharing and have a splendorous day! <br> <br>sunshiine
Nice one haha

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