Caramel slices, caramel tarts, fudge, cheesecakes, macaroons and drinks - there are many delectable uses for tin of condensed milk.
Simple to prepare, large no-cook cheesecake with a sweet base that you can decorate however you wish. Good for a crowd.
Recipe by: sweettooth
Boiling a tin of condensed milk in water is the basis of caramel slices and caramel tarts. I usually do it in the pressure cooker as its quicker.
Recipe by: fredbaptiste
There's a lot of chocolate in this fudge, also condensed milk and marshmallows to make it a real treat. Great for Christmas presents, birthday parties or for your next cake stall.
Recipe by: twest
Condensed milk is the main ingredient in these rich waffles. Serve with seasonal fruit and whipped cream.
Recipe by: lysiane
A great stand-by dessert I always keep a few tins of these tinned ingredients in the cupboard then as long as I have some eggs, I am good to go.
Recipe by: Viveca DelGiorno
This is a Hong King style milk tea made with condensed milk. You can use any black tea- I often use Orange Pekoe.
Recipe by: Tao
This is a cake for milk lovers, it has full cream milk, condensed milk, evaporated milk and cream all together!
Recipe by: Stephanie
A lovely change from chocolate rum balls, these coconut rum balls are very sweet and delightfully crunchy. You will need to make them at least a day ahead.
Recipe by: Tauna
A no-cook tart made with simple ingredients. You can make it quickly but it does need a couple of hours to chill before serving. You can use lemons instead of limes.
Recipe by: debz2