Warning: If you have any digestive problems, you may want to wait until you are healed because if these ingredients are not completely dissolved they are harder to digest.
CONTRIBUTED BY: DR. RAY PEAT
2 cups plain powdered milk
1 cup pure cane sugar
3-6 Tbsp liquid (coffee, orange juice or water)
PREPARATION AND COOKING TIME
Prep time: 30 minutes
Cooking time: 30 minutes. Drying time can vary depending on humidity in the air.
Measure sugar and powdered milk into a large bowl and mix with a wooden spoon.
Add liquid slowly to form a non-sticky soft dough. If the dough is too sticky, add more powdered milk.
Shape into small round balls.
Place on wax paper on the counter to dry. 20 balls and you can’t eat just one!
SOME TIPS AND COMMENTS
Choose high quality powdered milk without fillers. Usually, the powdered milk is fortified with vitamin A and D which is virtually unavoidable and is agreeable with the digestion of most people.
Enjoy as candy.
Once dried fully or to desired hardness, place in an airtight container.