Condensed Almond Milk

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Intro: Condensed Almond Milk

Dairy free is an option, and most of the times it is more expensive or not readily available but DIY always works.

Ingredients:  
2 cups of almond milk
2/3 cups of sugar or honey as I used
1 tsp of vanilla
1 dash of salt


Step 1: Ingredients Check, Heat Milk

Ingredients: 
2 cups of almond milk
2/3 cups of honey 
1 tsp of vanilla
1 dash of salt

Grease a sauce pan with a brush and oil and add the milk.  Heat to 120F.




Step 2: Add the Sweetener and Reduce Heat

Once the mixture is hot enough, add the sugar or alternative sweetner, vanilla, and salt and allow to boil while stirring.

Once it reaches a boil, you want to reduce the flame to a simmer, at the lowest setting.

Heat for approximately 1 hour and stirring every 15 minutes. 

Let cool.  

Step 3: Transfer to Jar

Transfer the mixture to a jar, and refrigerate.  USE and ENJOY!

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    davelane24

    5 years ago

    Did you use unsweetened almond milk? I look forward to trying this!!

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    sandrajhodgedavelane24

    Reply 2 years ago

    I used it to make homemade Irish Cream. You can use standard milk, but this adds more flavour. I usually make a big batch and add some espresso and chocolate to it to make a rich syrup. Then to make the Irish Cream, I just add whiskey, more almond milk and some vanilla extract. It works just as well with soy too so I imagine that you could easily condense coconut milk as well.

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    sandrajhodgesandrajhodge

    Reply 2 years ago

    Oh, I also it sweetened, but I'm sure you could do unsweetened as well if you're watching calories.

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    atepinkrosedavelane24

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    I actually made unsweetened almond milk, but it shouldn't make a difference in the end result...only flavor.

    I wonder if coconut milk would work with this recipe? I would like to try to make key lime pie with this.