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You can have Milk Popsicles using 6 ingredients or fewer. Here is how you cook that.
Materials of Milk Popsicles
- Provide 2 cups of Milk Whole.
- You need 1/4 cup of Sugar (adjust for sweetness).
- Provide 1 Tablespoon of Cornstarch.
- You need 1 Tablespoon of Milk Condensed Milk Power or Condensed.
- Provide 1/2 teaspoon of Cardamom Powder (or Vanilla extract).
- Prepare of Popsicle Molds.
These recipes make in about 60 minutes from commence to finish, and 22 moves. Get ready to attend these recipes to get you thru a concerned back-to-school spell!. Here guides how you cook that.
Milk Popsicles guide
- Reserve 1/4 cup of the milk. Mix the cornstarch with the reserved milk well to form a smooth paste..
- Bring remaining milk and sugar to a gentle boil on medium heat. Keep stirring frequently to avoid the sugar from burning..
- Once the sugar has melted into the milk, keep boiling for another 10 minutes – stirring constantly – to reduce the milk mixture by about a third. This will make the Popsicle creamier..
- Add the cornstarch mixture slowly into the milk mixture while stirring constantly on medium heat..
- Continue to stir until the mixture thickens into a custard. You know it is done when – a) the raw smell of cornstarch disappears. And b) when you dip a spoon into the mixture, it should coat the back of the spoon..
- Add the flavor of your choice (cardamom / vanilla etc.) and mix well. Switch of the flame..
- Keep stirring for about 5 minutes to get rid of the steam and cool down the mixture..
- Most importantly, pass the mixture through a sieve to catch any lumps. You should have a smooth, thick liquid..
- Once the mixture has cooled down considerably, fill each Popsicle mold by about 3/4th of the way full. Close with the lid..
- Place in the freezer to set completely. It should take anywhere between 3-6 hours..
- To remove, run tap water on the back surface of the pospicles molds. This will loosen up the popsicles and you can easily (and very gently), pop them out..
- Enjoy as is or drizzle chocolate sauce or any topping of your choice..
- Fill the mixtures on disposable plastic cups (3/4th of the way full)..
- Cover the cups tightly with aluminum foil..
- With a pin of a thin knife, gently make a cut in the center of the foil..
- Slide the ice cream sticks into the cut..
- Freeze until the mixture is set..
- To remove, either tear away the disposable cup around the Popsicle, OR dip in some water constantly to loosen up and pop it out..
- Either store them in the molds. Or if they take up too much space, add them to any freezer friendly container and freezer. They stay well upto 3 days. After that, although they don’t spoil, they lose their freshness, so I don’t recommend..
- If you want a creamier version, you can substitute half of the milk for cream as well..
- Milk powder or condensed milk enhances the flavor and creaminess of the popsicles. If you don’t have them on hand, you can skip using them.
- Because I’m making an Indian-inspired version of the milk popsicles, I’ve used Cardamom powder. You can use any flavor of your choice (Vanilla / Cinnamon / Nutmeg etc.) Just use subtle flavors so as to not overpower the flavor of the milk..