Sweetened Condensed Coconut Milk
So most bakers already know the delicious ingredient known as sweetened condensed milk, right? But did you know there is another version, that is just as tasty but comes from coconuts? Let me tell you about Nature’s Charm Sweetened Condensed Coconut Milk.
A naturally diary free alternative for those who love the taste of sweetened condensed milk. Nature’s Charm can be used in any recipe calling for traditional sweetened condensed milk.
- Rich coconut flavor
- Dairy free
- Lactose free
- Trans fat free
- Gluten free
- Made in Thailand
- Ingredients: Coconut milk, cane sugar, salt
I think the most “well known” recipe for using sweetened condensed milk is probably fudge, right? It adds that creamy and sweet luxurious taste to the dessert!
But I also have seen it getting more popular in other recipes like in smoothies, coffee drinks, cookies, cakes and even in savory uses like marinades and sauces.
Most of my family also likes the taste of coconut so we were eager to try the Nature’s Charm version of sweetened condensed coconut milk.
We used it to make a version of Brazilian Coffee, iced cafe lattes, and a slow cooker coconut caramel. Normally, we’d make any of these with the “normal” condensed milk but using the coconut milk version adds an extra element that was terrific!
I didn’t think the coconut flavor was too strong that it overpowered any of the other ingredients; but you can definitely tell it has coconut in it! The flavor seemed to get stronger after the dishes sat overnight.
Another great benefit of this product is you can store it in the fridge (once you pour it into an airtight container) and it will remain good for several weeks. You can also pour it into ice cube molds and keep them on hand to add into coffee or strong black tea during the summer!
You can purchase your own Nature’s Charm Sweetened Condensed Coconut Milk on Amazon today. It’s always a great ingredient to keep in stock!
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This is the first I’ve heard of this. I’d like to use it in my homemade popsicles and ice cream. It would be fun to experiment!