|Milk Free Cooking.Com|
|by Amy Heineman|
This cookbook was inspired by my best friend who happens to be a vegetarian and allergic to milk, casein to be exact.
Tip: Try condensed milk popsicle for more results.
1 - 5 of 5 for sweetened condensed milk popsicle
In large bowl, ... paper cups and insert a popsicle stick into the center of each. Freeze for 3 to 6 hours or until solid. Note: Try lime creamsicles also.
In large bowl, ... 12 small (2 to 3 oz.) molds or paper cups and insert a popsicle stick into the center of each. Freeze for 3 to 6 hours or until solid.
Mix in heavy pan. Cook, stirring constantly at 230 degrees for 1/2 hour (until soft ball). Don't use too high temperature, it will get brown too fast ...
Stir; fill molds or ice cube trays and freeze. Freeze a stick in each one. You can use this recipe and make other flavors.
Be sure ingredients ... order. Stir. Fill popsicle makers, cap and ... The kids get the popsicles and the older folks get the cubes in a dish and a spoon.
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