£2.7073p per 100g
It's made from a few simple ingredients such as oats, rice and sugar, making sure the flavour only adds sweetness to your desserts, never over powering but always delicious.
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Suitable for vegetarians
|Per 50g serving
|of which: saturates
|of which: sugars
|*Reference Intake of an average adult (8400KJ /2000kcal)
|Contains 7 servings
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (37)
Made great df fudge
Used this product for the first time to make dairy free fudge. It worked exactly as expected and it made for a great birthday present. The carnation website itself has some really good recipes on how to use this alternative to condensed milk.
Not really as condenced milk
The substance is kind of transparent, clear, not as real condensed milk (not transparent at all). Also you can feel it's not completely smooth, it has a bit of "powdery" structure. The taste is not to be described as good either. Also very sweet. I thought I will have to throw it away, but I added 250 grams of dessicated coconut, a few tbs of wheat flour and a few of almond flour, 2 teaspoons of baking powder, mixed together and baked some coconut buiscuits. They turned out to be pretty good, the only downside was they were still too sweet,
Absolutely awful. Looks horrible (not like the non vegan alternative) and tastes just as bad. I do not like food waste, avoid at all costs, but this went in the bin. Neither my husband or I could stomach it. I have no idea what it is, but its not for human consumption.
Not bad for puddings
I am reviewing this product because I got a free sample from Ocado. I have never used condensed milk before so I wouldn't know how to compare it but it worked well with my bread pudding recipe. I would use again as it's a good vegan alternative even though I am not vegan. Its great to be able to control the amount of dairy products I consume.
OK for baking if you need to use vegan
I received this vegan condensed milk free in exchange for a review. As a non-vegan I have to say I wouldn’t consider buying it again as it just wasn’t a close enough substitute for the real thing (although perhaps it would be in some recipes?) but if you have no option but to buy vegan then you can probably make this work reasonably well in baking - don’t try using it outside of baking though, yuck!
great df alternative
I find this really handy for my dairy free son. Great vegan alternative. Made some delicious biscuits and banoffee pie with it