Vegan Condensed Milk (Leite condensado vegano)


Making your own vegan condensed milk is easy, takes only a few minutes and 3 ingredients. This vegan condensed milk is perfect for all of your desserts and is the right substitute in any recipe that calls for regular condensed milk.

  • ¾ cup (150g) sugar
  • ½ cup (120ml) hot water
  • 1 cup (85g) oats
  • 1 tsp cinnamon

Add the hot water and sugar to your blender and blend in high speed them for 3 minutes. Then add the oats and blend for 2 more minutes. The times will depend on the power of your blender.

Pour into a glass container, and keep the vegan condensed milk in the fridge for 5-7 days.


Fazer leite condensado vegano em casa é muito fácil e só requer 3 ingredientes.

  • ¾ caneca (150g) açúcar
  • ½ caneca (120ml) água a ferver
  • 1 caneca (85g) de aveia
  • 1 colher se chá de  canela

Colocar o açúcar com a água a ferver numa liquidificadora por 3 minutos em potência máxima. Acrescentar a aveia e liquidificar por mais 2 minutos. Os tempos dependem da potência da liquidificadora.
Colocar o leite condensado num frasco de vidro, e conservar no frigorifico, por 5-7 dias.

25 thoughts on “Vegan Condensed Milk (Leite condensado vegano)

    • cook the beans

      You’re welcome 🙂 if you end up giving it a go let me know how it goes 😉

  1. SardinhaForaDaLata

    Eu já tentei fazer e deu uma trabalheira. Não esta receita, que me parece bem mais fácil. Vou tentar. Tenho visto tantas receitas que deixo de lado porque leva leite condensado.

    • cook the beans

      Está é super fácil de fazer mas nunca tentei fazer nenhuma recita que levasse leite condensado e substituído por este.. uso de forma básica, mais como adoçante ou para comer à colher 🙂

      • SardinhaForaDaLata

        Vou tentar e depois conto tudo. Aliás, há uma receita no meu blog que tem os ingredientes do teu leite condensado e a receita normal tem leite condensado, os brigadeiros vegan.

  2. Sustainable Jewel

    My daughter is allergic to dairy and I’ve always wanted to make brigadeiro for her and I found this thank you so much

    • cook the beans

      I never tried to do brigadeiro!! If it turns out good please share the recipe 🙂 🙂 hope it works! Ana xx

  3. jkaybay

    Great! I think I’ll try it then. Its even easier than oat milk since there’s no straining (or soaking).

    • cook the beans

      That’s true 🙂 hope you like it. And you can put a bit less of oats to be more liquid

  4. jkaybay

    Cool. I wonder if this would be good in coffee? Or too grainy?

  5. healthobsessedvegan

    This is great! As someone who studied baking in college (most of this time I wasn’t vegan yet) I have been trying to veganise a lot of my recipes from then. This is definitely a great help. Thanks!

    • cook the beans

      My partner is crazy about this and eats it with a spoon from the jar 🙂 , but I do use it as coffee creamer, sweeter, to add to cakes, porridge, for topping, add to ice-cream, pies, chia puddings, with peanut butter toast, drizzle over fresh fruit….

  6. holliesongbird

    This looks really good, Ive been trying to cook lately and make things and your blog is so inspiring.

  7. carolineontheglobe

    Woow! That`s so easy indeed. I love those kind of recipes when you don`t need to run to supermarket to get the ingredients as you already have them all at home. Thanks for sharing 🙂

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