Common substitutions for evaporated milk include half-and-half, heavy cream or whole milk. When making these substitutions, use equal amounts. For example, if substituting 1/2 cup of evaporated milk, use a 1/2 cup of eit... More »

For each cup of whole milk called for in a recipe, substitute one-half cup of evaporated milk and one-half cup of water to achieve the same creaminess and richness of whole milk. More »

When using a pumpkin pie recipe, evaporated milk can be replaced with 1 1/2 cups of half-and-half or cream. Milk can also be used instead of evaporated milk by adding 1 tablespoon of cornstarch with the spices and sugar,... More »

A good substitute for evaporated milk is to combine one-quarter cup of half-and-half with three-quarter cups of whole milk to make one cup of evaporated milk. This is a suitable replacement for recipes that require a sma... More »

For most recipes and diets, one cup of half-and-half, whole milk or heavy cream is equivalent to one cup of evaporated milk. Evaporated milk is milk that has had about half its water evaporated off, leaving a thicker liq... More »

Cream, whole milk mixed with half-and-half and buttermilk are all possible substitutes for evaporated milk. Whole milk can also be reduced to create homemade evaporated milk. More » Food Cooking Substitutions

A recipe for Italian gelato calls for milk, half-and-half, sugar, egg yolks and heavy cream. Flavored Italian gelato requires extra ingredients such as cocoa powder, cinnamon or vanilla extract. More » Food Cooking Desserts