I was never a sweet-eater but even with low-sugar intake I still developed gestational diabetes when I was carrying the kiddo. Mahirap na din talaga ‘pag may lahi ano? So itâ€™s always in the back of my mind that I have to limit how much sugar gets into my system. But I guess age has finally taken a toll on me; I get sugar cravings once in a while. I can get real mad about certain type of chocolates – truffles and mean dark ones.Â A now could entice me with his yummy ice creams. I crave soft delicate brownies. And now I canâ€™t stop myself from making Filipino desserts! I donâ€™t normally care about all these. Iniisnab ko nga â€˜yan sa mga parties.
One night while I was watching Project Runway, I just suddenly grabbed ingredients from the pantry to make pastillas de leche. I had been planning on doing chocolate-dusted pastillas ala-truffles by Joy but I was too lazy and so I quickly googled and saw Vanjoâ€™s version. Pwede naman pala hindi lutuin. I said to myself I would try cooking the mixture some other day but not this time. I made just enough to satisfy my cravings.Â By the time the catwalk started, I was already munching.Â Hope my blood sugar won’t spike up anytime soon.
So here goes with a little tweak.
- 1 cup sifted powdered milk
- ⅓ cup condensed milk
- 2 tbsp melted butter
- Confectionerâ€™s sugar
- Mix powdered milk, condensed milk and melted butter in a bowl until dough-like.
- Place a piece of baking paper (approximately 1 ft. x 1 ft) on a flat surface. Dust with confectionerâ€™s sugar. Using a spatula spread the mixture on the baking paper until square-ish. Flatten with a rolling pin or just use your spatula until approximately half an inch.
- Cut the dough into strips, about 2 in x Â½ in. Roll them in between the palm of your hands, forming small thin barrels. You can take bigger amount of mixture to make bigger portions but I like them small and tasty with both ends flat.
- Roll in a plate of sugar. You may wrap them in paper or candy sheets. I store them in the fridge all wrapped in baking paper and in a sealed container.
4 thoughts on “Easy No-Cook Pastillas De Leche”
will make one!!
i used to make no-cook pastillas when i was in high school thanks for sharing this recipe, and reminding me that it’s really been a while since i last made these
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I hope you’ll find it simple and the proportion gives you the right sweetness A friend of mine just tried and suits her family.
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