Milk sweets are very popular in India. Preparing the milk sweets at home is time-consuming. It is prepared by boiling and condensing the full-fat milk for a longer time. Store bought condensed milk helps to reduce the work and time. Also, the taste of the sweets is also similar just like traditional ones. Here are the few delicious Indian sweets recipes using condensed milk.
Kalakand is a delicious sweet with paneer (Indian cottage cheese) and condensed milk. It is easy to prepare in just 20 to 30 minutes.
Check out the recipe for Kalakand.
Coconut ladoo (nariyal ladoo) is prepared with shredded or grated coconut and condensed milk. It tastes soft and chewy with a delicious coconut flavor.
Check out the recipe for Coconut Ladoo.
Chocolate chips, condensed milk, and dry fruits together make a delicious and chocolatey sweet.
Check out the recipe for Chocolate Fudge.
Crushed walnuts cooked with condensed milk. It tastes soft, slightly chewy a nutty taste from walnuts.
Check out the recipe for walnut Burfi.
Kulfi is a flavorful Indian ice cream with heavy cream and condensed milk. You can make different flavors of kulfi likemango kulfi, malai kulfi and kesar pista kulfi.
Check out the recipe for Kulfi.
Bread slices fried in the ghee, soaked in the sugar syrup and served with rabdi. Making rabdi is the time-consuming task of this sweet. If you have condensed milk handy, you could make it in a few minutes easily.
Check out the recipe for Shahi Tukda.
Carrot kalakand is similar to the plain kalakand recipe but with a hint of carrot flavor. Carrot gives a mild flavor and chewy texture to the sweet.
Check out the recipe for Carrot Kalakand.
Doodh peda is an easy and simple sweet with milk powder (mawa) and condensed milk.
Check out the recipe for Doodh Peda.
Carrot halwa is a traditional Indian sweet with grated carrot, condensed milk, ghee, dry fruits and flavored with ghee.
Check out the recipe for Carrot Halwa.