"sweetened with condensed milk"

Condensed milk is cows' milk with sugar added and much of the water removed.

It is now usually sold in cans and tubes, and keeps well because of its high sugar content.

Condensed milk recipes

Commercially-produced condensed milk first appeared in the second half of the 19th Century.

Another form of dehydrated milk is evaporated milk; this is more liquid than condensed milk and does not contain sugar.