Gelatina de Leche-Mexican milk Jello

Blanca Fernandez Recipe

By Blanca Fernandez BlancaTere

No-Cook or Other

This is one of my favorite Jello recipe. I love it. You can add other flavors to it, coconut, strawberry,Horchata to name just a few. I didn't have my own picture, so I searched for one. :)


2 can(s)
evaporated milk
2 can(s)
regular milk, use evaporated milk cans for measure
2 can(s)
condensed milk
6 pkg
knorr unflavored gelatin
3 Tbsp
pure vanilla extract

Directions Step-By-Step

In a small bowl add 1 1/2 cups of hot water, add the envelopes of gelatin and mix well. Set aside.
**evaporated can size is 12 fl oz. condensed milk is 14 fl oz**
Mix remaining ingredients in a sauce pot and put on medium heat, stirring constantly just prior to boiling. Now spoon in gelatin mix, (it will be pretty firm) and stir constantly for about 5 minutes and move away from stove. Let it cool down, but do mix once in a while. Once cool mix one final time, and pour into your mold. Refrigerate until Jello is nice and firm.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Desserts
Main Ingredient: Dairy
Regional Style: Mexican
Other Tag: For Kids

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Leila Mendez Leila_Mendez
Jul 3, 2015
Thank you for sharing your recipe.
My husband loves this kind of jello, but I would like a healthier version...
Am I able to substitute the condensed milk, can I use almond milk instead of cows evaporated milk? Can I use Coconut milk? Any suggestions?
Can I add fresh berries, or fresh peaches to mix in?
Thank you so much!
Gina Chimienti gcargueta
Jun 19, 2014
Thank you so much for getting back to me! :-)
Blanca Fernandez BlancaTere
Jun 19, 2014
OK I was wrong. The can of condensed milk is 14 oz. It looks much smaller in size.
Blanca Fernandez BlancaTere
Jun 19, 2014
Well the evaporated milk can is 12 fl oz. I don't have a condensed milk can on hand but I think it's 6 to 8 fl oz
Gina Chimienti gcargueta
Jun 18, 2014
Hi, can you tell me what size cans you used? Our store carries both the large and small cans of evaporated and condensed milk.