Condensed milk is a common ingredient in various desserts, candies, and creamy beverages. Condensed milk is made by condensing cow’s milk by removing the water, then sweetening it with sugar (hence the name), resulting in a very sweet, thick mixture with an off-white color. Condensed milk comes in cans, is shelf-stable, and is usually found in the supermarket’s baking section.
Condensed milk is a viscous, thick, creamy liquid made by removing most of the water from milk. To extend the shelf life of this milk, it is sweetened with sugar and stored in sealed cans.