Another great use for powdered milk:

how many grams is listed for the powdered milk?

Nestle Carnation Instant Nonfat Dry Milk, 25.6-Ounce

$11.76
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  • TAG : This is the best powdered milk ever..my kids loves it on their cereal
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  • I’ll definitely try this; but a word about powdered milk:
    It is non-fat and is therefore only slightly more ooggie than fresh non-fat milk. I mean, who drinks non-fat milk for PLEASURE? Nobody. Now don’t get me wrong, I find whole milk very heavy and only use it for pudding and pastry cream, but even 1% is a world away from “white-water”, so comparison is unfair.

    Enough milk powder to make eight cups when reconstituted – A quick word here about what kind of powdered milk to use: There are many different brands on the market. I’ve tried several different kinds and some work better than others.

  • The end product is smooth, tasty and completely devoid of all the characteristics I so hate about powdered milk. Once you try this, you will want to make it all the time! This recipe makes eight cups.

    On the occasions when I have had to drink it, it was with the deepest loathing. It has that stale “powdered milk” taste, and leaves the uncomfortable feeling I am really drinking white water. I think I speak for the majority of us when I say, Ick!

    Desired
    Fat Content
    Desired
    Milk
    Egg Powder Reconstituted
    Powdered Milk
    Vegetable Oil
    1% Cup
    Quart
    Gallon
    1/8t
    1/4t
    1t
    1 cup
    1 quart
    1 gallon
    1/2t
    2t
    2T + 2t
    2% Cup
    Quart
    Gallon
    1/4t
    1/2t
    2t
    1 cup
    1 quart
    1 gallon
    1t
    1T + 1t
    1/4C + 1T
    Whole (4%) Cup
    Quart
    Gallon
    1/2t
    1t
    1T,+1t
    1 cup
    1 quart
    1 gallon
    2t
    2T + 2t
    1/2C + 2T

  • Desired
    Fat Content
    Desired
    Milk
    Honey Reconstituted
    Powdered Milk
    Vegetable Oil
    1% Cup
    Quart
    Gallon
    1/4t
    1t
    1T + 1t
    1 cup
    1 quart
    1 gallon
    1/2t
    2t
    2T + 2t
    2% Cup
    Quart
    Gallon
    1/2t
    1/2T + 1/2t
    2-1/2 T
    1 cup
    1 quart
    1 gallon
    1t
    1T + 1t
    1/4C + 1T
    Whole (4%) Cup
    Quart
    Gallon
    1t
    1T + 1t
    5T
    1 cup
    1 quart
    1 gallon
    2t
    2T + 2t
    1/2C + 2T

    I'm *so* glad you guys posted this. I was looking at powdered milk in the store yesterday and thinking about buying it for my storage use and rotation. However, the ONLY place it gets used is in baking because my kids can taste it even if it's mixed in with half milk AND I add a little sugar and vanilla to it!! Even in chocolate milk! And it's disgusting as yogurt. Even I didn't like it.
    So taste is important, and more recipes! yay!

powdered milk, glutinous rice flour, pumpkin, granulated sugar and

Powdered Milk will eventually spoil with age. Regular Powdered Milk will spoil faster than Non-fat (aka skim) Powdered Milk, especially at stores where there's not a large turnover of it. Sometimes you're better off getting it at bulk food stores, where you can smell it first. It should have no smell at all, not even that of milk. Strangely enough, it's often more expensive at the bulk stores than it is at regular stores. If you get a bad batch from the store, march it back.