Homemade Milk Powder Recipe for Delicious Treats

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Looking to add a creamy touch to your desserts? Try making your own milk powder at home! It’s easy, economical, and perfect for creating milkshakes, ice cream, sweets, and more. Let’s dive into the recipe!

Video recipe:



  • 1.5 litres skimmed milk
  • 1 cup sugar


  1. Prepare the Milk Mixture:
    • In a thick-bottomed vessel or non-stick pan, pour in the skimmed milk.
    • Keep the flame on medium and continuously stir the milk to prevent it from sticking to the bottom.
    • As the milk simmers, scrape the cream from the sides and stir it back into the milk.
    • Place a wooden ladle across the top of the pan to prevent spillage.
    • Allow the milk to reduce completely, which may take around 1 to 1.5 hours. Stir occasionally to ensure it cooks evenly.
  2. Forming the Milk Solids:
    • Once the milk has thickened and become solid like halwa or palkova, let it cool down slightly.
    • Transfer the milk solids onto a plate and allow them to dry under the sun for at least one day.
  3. Grind to Powder:
    • Once the milk solids are completely dry, grind them into a fine powder using a blender or mixer grinder.
    • Add 1 cup of sugar to the powder and blend it again to ensure it mixes well.
  4. Sieve and Store:
    • Sieve the milk powder to remove any lumps and ensure a smooth texture.
    • Transfer the powdered milk into an airtight container for storage.
    • Use within 3-5 days if stored at room temperature, or refrigerate for up to a month.

There you have it – your own homemade milk powder ready to elevate your culinary creations! Whether you’re whipping up milkshakes, making ice cream, or indulging in sweet treats, this milk powder adds a delightful creaminess to every dish. Enjoy the convenience and deliciousness of homemade goodness! 🥛✨ #HomemadeMilkPowder #DIYDelights #CreamyTreats

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