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Freezing Leftover Condensed Milk

Asked by jackskitchen. Answered on 22nd October 2014

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Hi all. I have just made coffee ice cream, and have half a can of condensed milk leftover. Can I freeze it? Thank you for our help! X

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Nigella's One-Step No-Churn Coffee Ice Cream (from Nigellissima and on the Nigella website) the does leave half a can of condensed milk and if you transfer the milk to a clean container and store it in the fridge then it will keep for 2 weeks. In this time you could use it to make Nigella's Instant Chocolate Orange Mousse (also from Nigellissima) or a half recipe of her Chocolate Pistachio Fudge (from Nigella Express and on the Nigella website).

You can freeze the condensed milk in a clean airtight container (note that it will not freeze solid due to the sugar content) for up to 3 months. Thaw the milk overnight in the fridge. If it separates slightly then a brief whisk or a vigorous shake in a tightly sealed container should make the consistency smooth again. Please note that you shoud not re-freeze the thawed consensed milk.

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