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Freezing evaporated milk is a simple process that will only take you a few minutes at the most. The important thing is to know which recipes you will be using your frozen evap in.
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Freezing Evaporated Milk (How to)

Can You Freeze Evaporated Milk? Yes. it takes you a few minutes at the most. The important thing is to know which recipes you will be using.
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Materials

  • evaporated milk (leftover)

Instructions

  • Transfer the evaporated milk into freezer-safe containers. Ideally, each container ought to hold the exact amount you will need to use in the recipe you’re planning.
    However, don’t fill the container to the brim. Liquids expand when they freeze, so leave a little headroom at the top.
  • Once you’ve sealed the containers, it’s a good idea to label them, particularly if the amount in each is not equal.
    By labeling each container with the dish it is intended to be used with, it will be much easier to locate the right one when the time comes.
  • That’s it – find some room in the freezer and job done. You can keep frozen evaporated milk for up to 2 months.