Conversion Chart for Powdered Milk

Use this conversion chart to use powdered milk in any recipe calling for milk. Add the dry powdered milk to your dry ingredients and water to your wet ingredients.

  • 1 Cup Milk = 1 Cup Water + 3 Tablespoons Powdered Milk
  • 3/4 Cup Milk = 3/4 Cup Water + 2 1/4 Tablespoons Powdered Milk
  • 2/3 Cup Milk = 2/3 Cup Water + 2 Tablespoons Powdered Milk
  • 1/2 Cup Milk = 1/2 Cup Water + 1 1/2 Tablespoons Powdered Milk
  • 1/3 Cup Milk = 1/3 Cup Water + 1 Tablespoon Powdered Milk
  • 1/4 Cup Milk = 1/4 Cup Water + 3/4 Tablespoon Powdered Milk

Delicious Powdered Milk Recipe
When making 1 Gallon add: 1½ Cups Sugar & up to 1 tsp. Vanilla to taste, mix well, chill and then serve.

Powdered Milk in different ways…

Make your own Sweetened Condensed Milk (14 oz. can)
1/2 C. Hot Water
1 C. Dry Powdered Milk
1 C. Sugar
1 T. Butter
Blend VERY WELL in blender.

Make your own Evaporated Milk (12 oz. Can)
1-1/2 C. Water
1/2 C. + 1 T. Dry
Powdered Milk
Blend VERY WELL
in blender.

Make your own Buttermilk
Add a tablespoon of  lemon juice or white  vinegar to a cup of  milk and let it stand for 5 to 10 minutes.

Two types of powdered milk to consider are powdered whole milk (doesn’t have the same lengthy shelf life as non-fat, but if you have babies or toddlers in the household, you may want this) and hormone free powdered milk.

Howard

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6 Responses to Conversion Chart for Powdered Milk

  1. Anonymous says:

    It probably would be a good idea to specify that the conversion is for non instant powdered milk. I use an instant powdered milk and a milk alternate that only requires 2 Tbs per 8 oz glass.

  2. Anonymous says:

    very informative,Thank You

  3. ChefJohn says:

    If, like me, you don’t want to cut a lemon to make a little Buttermilk, my alternative is to put 1 tablespoon of vinegar in a measuring cup and fill to the 1 cup mark, then stir & stand.
    (1 cup = 8 oz or 250 ml)

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  5. Douglas says:

    what is the difference between instant , and instant powder milk for the chart above?

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