Substitute for milk in tuna noodle casserole?!


Question: The recipe calls for 1/2 cup of milk, I don't have any and can't run to the store for milk cause its a level 3 snow emergency where I live, and the snow's not supposed to let up till like 4 or so. Do I even have to add milk?


Answers: The recipe calls for 1/2 cup of milk, I don't have any and can't run to the store for milk cause its a level 3 snow emergency where I live, and the snow's not supposed to let up till like 4 or so. Do I even have to add milk?

Water, creamer, evaporated milk. It will not go wrong.

Water maybe?

anything creamy - like cream of mushroom soup

If you have any non-dairy creamer around you can mix it with a little water.

Or you can use sour cream or cream cheese.


this recipe is without milk..

http://www.cdkitchen.com/recipes/recs/32...

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If you have any sour cream you can add a little water to it and it will give you a similar effect. You can also just add water - it will not give you the creamy richness that milk will but it will work just as well. Also if you have vanilla ice cream in the freezer you can let it melt and use it - might be a tad richer but it will also work.

well, if you have cream of mushroom or in your case,cream of anything...soup that will be rockin! may have to add h2o to thin down. if no soup, chicken, or other broth should work well.

water, or chicken broth, or water + chicken boullion cube

sour cream is a good substitute for milk in most recipes. It's an especially good substitute in banana/carrot/cranberry bread recipes, and cakes.... Also, plain yogurt would work

Try 1/4 cup mayo and 1/4 cup water.





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