Granulated sugar (or regular white sugar. You can also try it with beet sugar or cane sugar, although it will be brown.)
Since the milk tends to bubble out of the container, combine the milk and sugar in a large-sized heat-resistant bowl.
Microwave for 10 minutes at 600W. If the milk rises up to the top of the bowl and is about to spill out, open the microwave and stir.
Microwave for 5 to 6 more minutes. Once the soy milk has reduced by 1/2, it's ready! Even if it's runny when hot, it will thicken once it cools down.
If it hasn't simmered enough, adjust the microwave time accordingly. It will thicken when cool. After it cools, transfer to a jar; It will keep in the refrigerator for 10 days.
Using a sauce pan Simmer on low heat while stirring to prevent burning. For those who dislike the smell of soy milk, add some vanilla extract.
Mix your homemade condensed milk with butter to make condensed milk butter, spread it on a baguette, and enjoy.
Story Behind this Recipe
Even though condensed milk is just milk, it's expensive.
If using raw sugar, I recommend cane or beet sugar. Light brown sugar is simply processed refined white sugar. Many people think that light brown sugar is the same as cane sugar or brown cane sugar, which has lots of calcium and minerals, but it's actually more processed than refined white sugar. It contains zero minerals. As with white sugar, it will cool the body and lower your metabolism.