delicious desserts condensed milk 397g tin at aldi from tomorrow
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delicious desserts condensed milk 397g tin at aldi from tomorrow

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Found 9th Apr 2014
just looking at aldi offers from tomorrow and found this!

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Original Poster

thanks

yes...Guinness Punch,heat......

Banned

nice!

I always get mixed up with this and evaporated milk... which is the really unhealthy one?

Good for making ownes baileys

Tomato810

I always get mixed up with this and evaporated milk... which is the … I always get mixed up with this and evaporated milk... which is the really unhealthy one?



This one. Just over 50% sugar.

Carnation condensed milk is £1 at Tesco/Asda/Sainsbury's/Waitrose for those who don't have an Aldi nearby.

clostridium_botulinum

This one. Just over 50% sugar.Carnation condensed milk is £1 at … This one. Just over 50% sugar.Carnation condensed milk is £1 at Tesco/Asda/Sainsbury's/Waitrose for those who don't have an Aldi nearby.



50%!!!!!. oO
Edited by: "Polly_P" 9th Apr 2014

we had this in coffee instead of milk in Thailand..bloomin lovely :-)

The squeezy one is better as you can squirt it straight in your mouth instead of messing about with dripping spoons!!

mmmmmm tablet

In Venezuela shops sell this in little snack size tins. Drunk straight from the can, so much nicer than a mars bar.

Happy days......

This, some butter and some cooking chocolate melted in a bowl over a pan full of boiling water and you end up with some lovely soft-set chocolate fudge.

Mattevansc3

This, some butter and some cooking chocolate melted in a bowl over a pan … This, some butter and some cooking chocolate melted in a bowl over a pan full of boiling water and you end up with some lovely soft-set chocolate fudge.


so... not fudge then^^
boil it up for a bit before adding the chocolate to make some proper stuff!
or just make tablet its easier (and imo better!)

Thanks!

Banoffee Pie

Ingredients

For the base and sides

75g/2½oz butter

300g/10½oz chocolate oaty biscuits

For the filling

115g/4oz butter

115g/4oz soft dark brown sugar

397g/14oz can sweetened condensed milk

For the topping

450ml/16fl oz double cream

5 ripe but firm medium bananas

1 tsp fresh lemon juice

25g/1oz coarsely grated plain dark chocolate or chocolate curls

Preparation method

To make the base, melt the butter in a small pan. Break the biscuits into chunky pieces and put in a food processor. Blend into crumbs then add the melted butter and, with the motor running, blend until thoroughly mixed. Alternatively, put the biscuits in a strong polythene food bag and bash with a rolling pin. Tip into a bowl and stir in the melted butter.

Tip the crumbs into the centre of a deep, 23cm/9in fluted loose-based tart tin or quiche dish and press firmly into the base and sides. (Make sure the biscuit base is evenly distributed, especially where the base meets the sides.) Chill in the fridge for 30 minutes, or until set.

To make the filling, melt the butter in a medium non-stick saucepan and stir in the sugar. Cook over a low heat as the sugar dissolves, stirring constantly until the butter and sugar look smooth and no oil floats to the surface. Add the condensed milk and bring to a gentle simmer, stirring constantly. Cook for three minutes, stirring until the mixture turns a deep, creamy caramel brown.

Pour the toffee gently onto the biscuit base and quickly smooth the surface. Leave to chill for one hour (and up to eight hours) before topping.

Just before serving, lightly whip the cream in a bowl. It should stand in soft peaks, any thicker and it will look over-whipped when mixed with the bananas. Diagonally slice four of the bananas and scatter half of them over the toffee. Fold the rest lightly into the cream and spoon gently on top.

Slice the remaining banana and put in a bowl. Pour the lemon juice over and very gently toss together (this will stop the banana turning brown). Decorate the top with the lemony banana, poking into the cream randomly, and sprinkle the pie with grated chocolate or decorate with chocolate curls. Serve in fairly thin slices as it is very rich.

Yumm I want

Original Poster

wow!
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