Bold Baking Basics, Homemade Ingredients How to Make Dairy Free Condensed Milk 4.51 from 168 votes Create a Profile! × Sign Up Already have an account? Sign In Jump To Recipe Jump To Video Save Recipe Learn how to make dairy free condensed milk with coconut milk or any nut milk which is an easy way to make condensed milk for my baking recipes. By Gemma Stafford | August 8, 2016 | 450 Last updated on September 20, 2022 This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my full disclosure for details. Hi Bold Bakers! The only difference between Dairy Free Condensed Milk and regular Condensed Milk is the milk used. Dairy-Free Condensed milk is made using coconut milk rather than dairy milk. However, the Condensed milk can be used in the exact same way as regular in your Vegan and Dairy Free baking. Use it in any recipe that calls for regular condensed milk. I’ll show you the easy way how to make dairy-free condensed milk. How to Make Dairy-Free Condensed Milk You can also use Nut Milks and other sugars such as agave, maple syrup, or honey. See the Notes section in the recipe. I use Condensed Milk a lot in my baking. It is one of the main ingredients in my 2 Ingredient No Machine Ice Cream. I make a delicious Dairy Free No Machine Ice Cream that is equally as delicious with a variety of flavors to make. If you like your frozen desserts a little lighter and fruity then try my Homemade Sorbet in 5 minutes (No Machine) If you cannot find condensed milk in your country you can easily make it yourself at home. And you can find my regular Homemade Condensed Milk recipe here. Simmering milk and sugar on a low, controlled heat will yield you a thick, syrupy milk. Once it cools it will thicken and be ready to use. It will last in the fridge for weeks if you don’t need it straight away. Try These Recipes! How To Make Homemade MozzarellaJalapeño Cheddar Cream CheeseHow To Make Chocolate Whipped CreamCrème Fraiche Whipped Cream Watch The Recipe Video! Play How to Make Dairy Free Condensed Milk 4.51 from 168 votes Print Recipe Add to Favorites Loading… Learn how to make dairy free condensed milk with coconut milk or any nut milk which is an easy way to make condensed milk for my baking recipes. Author: Gemma Stafford Servings: 1 cup Dairy Free Stovetop Saucepan Prep Time 5 minsCook Time 30 minsTotal Time 35 mins Learn how to make dairy free condensed milk with coconut milk or any nut milk which is an easy way to make condensed milk for my baking recipes. Author: Gemma Stafford Servings: 1 cup Ingredients 1 can(14 oz/414 ml/1¾cups) coconut milk (full fat or low fat)*⅔ cups (5 ⅓ oz / 150g) white sugar Instructions Add the coconut milk and sugar into a heavy bottomed saucepanHeat it on a low heat until the sugar has dissolvedOnce all of the sugar has dissolved bring the mix to a simmer over low/medium heat. Do not stir once the mix starts to simmer otherwise it can crack and crystalizeGently simmer for roughly 30- 40 minutes, or until the milk has darkened to an almost grey color,has reduced by half and thickened (After about 15 minutes, you'll notice that the milk will start to turn dark and thicken – that's ok and is exactly what's supposed to happen)When ready, remove from the heat and pour into a jar to cool. (if there are sugary bits hanging around the rim of your pot don’t stir them into your condensed milk, this can also crack your mix)Let the condensed milk cool completely before putting on the air tight lid.Store in a jar in the fridge and it will last for months. Don't forget to label it. 🙂 Recipe Notes The condensed milk when ready will measure 1 cup/8oz. You can replace the regular milk with any other dairy-free milk You can replace the sugar with natural sugar like maple syrup, agave, honey, or coconut sugar.