You’ll love this list of 20 desserts with sweetened condensed milk. They are so delicious, perfect for crowds. And by the way, these treats couldn’t be easier to make!
For example, there’s a tasty homemade banana pudding, a German chocolate poke cake, a lemon icebox cake, plus many more.
So, bring your sweet tooth, and let’s dive into this deliciousness!
Easy Homemade Banana Pudding
With this old-school easy homemade banana pudding recipe from Viana of Maplewood Road, you’ll get flashbacks to the good ole days. It’s a grandmother’s dessert. Nothing fancy, just delicious. The seven-ingredient layered treat features sweetened condensed milk, vanilla wafer cookies, and a vanilla pudding mix.
Dulce de Leche Biscoff Cheesecake Mousse (No Bake)
Jill of Simple Sweet Masala shows you how to step up your cheesecake game with this dulce de leche Biscoff cheesecake mousse recipe. It’s a five-ingredient treat featuring sweetened condensed milk, cream cheese, and a Biscoff cookie crust. Better still, you can have it prepped in just 20 minutes. However, the hardest part is waiting eight hours for it to set.
Chocolate Revel Bars
These chocolate revel bars from Nicole and Andrea are Simply Scrumptious. As the dynamic duo puts it, they’re “gooey oatmeal cookies swimming in fudge.” Your imagination can take over from there. The 25-minute recipe looks incredible!
Gingerbread Pumpkin Pie
This magazine-worthy gingerbread pumpkin pie from Amee of Live To Sweet is a beautiful holiday treat. It starts with a thick, shortening-based gingerbread crust. Then the pumpkin pie filling, sweetened with condensed milk complete with the four horsemen of holiday spices: nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon, and cloves, closes the deal.
Salted Caramel Pretzel Ice Cream
Voula of Pastry Wishes brings us this salted caramel pretzel ice cream. It’s a delicious dessert with sweetened condensed milk. And because it doesn’t require churning, it’s a quick dessert. Besides, you’ll love that she even provides a quick caramel sauce recipe.
Lemon Ice Box Pie
Heather of Toasty Kitchen reminds the world of this vintage, bright, and zingy lemon ice box pie. It features a graham cracker crust that’s filled with a rich, thick, and creamy cream cheese-based filling. You’ll want to make it any time the craving calls, which will most often be when the weather is nice.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge
Peanut butter and chocolate go together like hand and glove. It’s one of the best flavor combinations the world has ever known. So, naturally, these delicious peanut butter and chocolate fudge squares from MinShien of Joyous Apron with sweetened condensed milk got our attention. They’re so easy to make, and no candy thermometer is required.
No Bake Banana Breeze Pie
Banana lovers, we’ve got something special for you! It’s a no-bake, lazy-day banana pie from Audrey of Two Pink Peonies. With just six everyday staples, this dessert is a breeze to make. And you should have most, if not all, ingredients on hand. Best of all, it takes just 15 minutes to complete before chilling for two hours.
Seven Layer Magic Bars
Seven-layer magic bars from Ashlyn, the Belle Of The Kitchen, start with a rich, buttery graham cracker crust. But here’s where things get a little wet and wild. You add butterscotch chips, chocolate chips, coconut, chopped nuts, and a river of sweetened condensed milk. After gathering your ingredients, prep takes but five minutes. Then it’s off to the oven for just 30 minutes.
Sweetened Condensed Milk Frosting
Have you ever considered using sweetened condensed milk to make frosting? Yeah, we didn’t either. But, in this brilliantly simple frosting recipe, Sophia shows us how to make the easiest frosting recipe you’ve ever seen. It’s a two-part concoction. One ingredient is condensed milk. Visit Partylicious to see the other.
Chewy Condensed Milk Brownies
If you want to try extra chewy and fudgy brownies, the secret is sweetened condensed milk. You’ll learn how to make this decadent, rich, and indulgent treat at Marley’s Menu. They require just 10 ingredients, including the optional sea salt, and take just five minutes to make before going in the oven.
Mexican Rice Pudding
Love or hate it. Rice pudding is a delicious confection enjoyed worldwide. It’s simple, affordable, and made with everyday ingredients. But this Mexican rice pudding recipe from XOXO Bella is especially mouthwatering. It’s very rich as there are three kinds of milk, including the condensed variety.
Caramel Apple Dip
The best part about this caramel apple dip from Amanda’s Cookin’ is you probably have all five of the ingredients on hand. It’s amazing for parties, especially game days, or as a snack for the kiddos after school.
Easy No Bake Cherry Cheesecake
Whip up this fantastic no-bake cherry cheesecake from Alisa of The Delicious Spoon in no time. After gathering your seven ingredients, most of which you should have on hand, prep takes just 20 minutes. Then it chills in the fridge for about eight hours. It’s the perfect summertime dessert when turning on the oven isn’t an option.
Pumpkin Fudge Recipe
Did you know you can make this pumpkin fudge recipe from Andrea of Simply Scrumptious in the microwave? It’s an effortless no-bake sweet treat the whole family will love. With just four everyday ingredients and five minutes to prepare, fall movie nights just got a little sweeter.
This coconut bars recipe from Toni of Boulder Locavore starts with a delectable, rich, buttery shortbread crust. Then you have the filling containing shredded coconut and sweetened condensed milk for a fun treat that will make you the star of the next potluck.
German Chocolate Poke Cake
Holy moly! If this German chocolate poke cake from Rebecca of Sugar And Soul doesn’t get your engine revving, have your pulse checked quickly! It’s so moist and rich, dripping with chocolate ganache and sweetened condensed milk. Serve it with a glass of milk, and it’s an impeccable finish to your dinner date night.
Picturesque and simple as can be, these coconut macaroons from Beth of Small Town Woman are a delicious dessert with sweetened condensed milk. Each bite is a delicate balance of crisp edges with a slightly chewy center. Decorate and give them away or make them as an anytime snack.
Tres Leches Cake
Cut the fuss with this semi-homemade tres leches cake idea from Jamielyn of I Heart Naptime. Instead of making a cake from scratch, you use box cake to save time. Then, once baked and cooled, poke holes in it and soak it in those delicious three kinds of milk. Delicioso!
Easy Key Lime Pie Recipe
Although it’s a gorgeous destination, you don’t have to hop on a plane to the Keys to get delicious key lime pie. Instead, let Beth, the Small Town Woman, show you how to make it from home. It starts with a scrumptious graham cracker crust. But the key (ha, I couldn’t resist) is key lime juice and sweetened condensed milk.
Which Dessert With Sweetened Condensed Milk Will You Try First?
By now, you’ve come across so many delicious desserts with sweetened condensed milk. So which one will you try first? Is it the key lime pie, coconut bars, Mexican rice pudding, or something else? Let us know!