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Whipped Carnation Evaporated Milk Topping recipe

Whipped Evaporated Milk Topping.

Sweeten evaporated milk with powdered sugarand a touch of vanilla before whipping it into a foamy toppingfor cocoa, pie or fresh fruit. A bit of gelatin will give itstaying power for a beautiful presentation.

Recipe: Whipped CarnationEvaporated Milk Topping

1 cup NESTL ® CARNATION®Evaporated Milk
1/4 to 1/2 cup powdered sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract

  • Pour evaporated milk into small mixerbowl; place beaters into mixture. Freeze for about 30 minutesor until ice crystals form around edge of bowl.
  • Beat on high speed for 1 minute or untilvery frothy. Gradually add sugar and vanilla extract; continuebeating for 2 minutes or until mixture is stiff. Serve immediatelyspooned over fresh fruit or your favorite dessert.

    Makes 4 cups.

    Note: For Whipped NESTL ® CARNATION®Evaporated Milk that holds up to 30 minutes: Sprinkle 1 teaspoongelatin over 2 tablespoons water in small, microwave-safe bowl;let stand for 2 minutes. Microwave on HIGH (100%) power for 40seconds; stir. Let stand for additional 2 minutes or until dissolved.Pour 1 cup NESTL ® CARNATION® Evaporated Milkor Evaporated Fat Free Milk and dissolved gelatin into smallmixer bowl; follow recipe for Whipped Topping. Serve immediatelyor cover and refrigerate for up to 30 minutes.

    Recipe and photograph are the propertyof Nestl ® and, used with permission.

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    Pour chilled evaporated milk into mixing bowl and beat at high speed for 1 minute, or until foamy. Add sugar and vanilla. Beat again for about two minutes, or until thick and creamy. I am hoping to use this for a school health fair, homemade vs storebought whipped cream. Do you know if a sugar substitute would work for this? Also, is there any way to preserve it so that it can be served about an hour and a half after making and be sitting out for a while?

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