Apr 22, 2011
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No-cook Pastillas de Leche

By: Mia Yan

No-cook Pastillas de Leche

We gave this sweet milky treat a kid-friendly makeover. Now your junior cook can whip 'em up like a pro!

about 40 pieces


2 1/2 cups powdered milk
1 (200-ml) can condensed milk
sugar for coating
parchment or greaseproof paper
colored Japanese paper for wrapping


1   In a bowl, mix powdered milk and condensed milk.

2  Take about 1 tablespoon of mixture, coat with sugar, and roll into 2-inch-long tubes.

3  Wrap in parchment paper followed by a sheet of Japanese paper.

Crispy tip:  Make it chewy and crunchy! To add some bite to your pastillas, just mix 1/2 cup rice krispies, chopped nuts, or crushed cornflakes into the milk mixture.

If you liked this recipe, we highly recommend:  How to Make Pastillas de Leche
How to Make Yema, Pastillas de LechePastillas Dulce de Leche Cheesecake


Photography by Patrick Martires | Recipe by Mia Yan | Styling by Elaine P. Lim | Props from Saizen


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  • Nancy 1 month ago Report Abuse
    Ilang weeks shelf life ng pastillas?ty
  • Marian M Tiu 2 months ago Report Abuse
    Do you have a recipe for flower pastillas?
  • GVDel\'s 8 months ago Report Abuse
    i like the recipe easy and affordable
  • ma cristina huerto 10 months ago Report Abuse
    hi! im alway to make recipe at your book! thanks at marami na akong naidadagdag sa mga recepi ko!
  • Guest 10 months ago Report Abuse
    Hi! I would just like to ask how long will this recipe take? Thanks! :)
  • nenej 11 months ago Report Abuse
    how about using powdered skim milk instead of powdered milk? is it ok?
  • Guest Jun 26 2013 @ 03:38pm Report Abuse
    good day! ask ko lan po kung pano po ung gagawin kung maglalagay ng fruit flavors sa pastillas po.. like mango or banana ang others. tnx po sna po matulungan nyo po ako.
  • joad Feb 26 2012 @ 01:12am Report Abuse
    i tried the cellophane its good also... well for the japanese paper i think its more colorful and festive....
  • Guest Feb 07 2012 @ 06:57pm Report Abuse
    :) pwede na din...........

  • aly Dec 11 2011 @ 12:59pm Report Abuse
    i think it will be better if it is cellophan paper....
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Which pasta noodles do you usually use when cooking carbonara?

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