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Old 11-14-2006, 07:39 AM
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Caramelized Eagle Brand Milk

My co-worker came in this morning with this recipe she heard on the radio. I have never heard of this and was really suprised it works but apparently it does!


Take 4 cans of Eagle Brand milk and boil on the stove for 4 hours.
Remove the cans and let them cool slightly.
Pour contents into a graham cracker crust and top with whip cream or cool whip. Place in fridge til firm.

It makes a carmel/butterscotch flavored pie.
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Old 11-14-2006, 09:08 AM
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4 hours? wow! I have a banana pie recipe that calls for carmelized
sweetened condensed milk into top of double boiler Simmer for about 1 1/2 hours.
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Re: Caramelized Eagle Brand Milk

Originally Posted by Christy Carol
My co-worker came in this morning with this recipe she heard on the radio. I have never heard of this and was really suprised it works but apparently it does!


Take 4 cans of Eagle Brand milk and boil on the stove for 4 hours.
Remove the cans and let them cool slightly.
Pour contents into a graham cracker crust and top with whip cream or cool whip. Place in fridge til firm.

It makes a carmel/butterscotch flavored pie.
I recently heard about this one. One of the girls that I work with talked about making this. She called it a carmel pie. She said that it was thet best.
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Old 11-16-2006, 12:11 PM
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If you don't want to simmer condesnsed milk for 4 hours there is a product in the grocery store called Dulce de leche, it's a caramelized condensed milk and is found in the baking section with regular cans of condesnsed milk.
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THAT SOUNDS EASIER, I MAY GIVE IT A TRY 8)
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