Condensed milk is a sweetened and thickened milk that was originally created to extend the shelf life of fresh cow's milk. Fresh cow's milk has some of its water evaporated before being mixed with sugar to make a shelf-stable product. Condensed milk is rich, sweet, and dense with milk flavor. It is a popular ingredient and topping in drinks, desserts, and breakfast foods.
Uses: Use condensed milk as a spread on toast. Drizzle condensed milk on your favorite dessert items such as ice cream or mochi. Try dipping fresh fruit into condensed milk.