Yes you can :) Substitute half water and half evaporated milk to
replace the amount of real milk the recipe called for.
So if the recipe called for 1 cup milk you would substitute a
1/2 cup water and a 1/2 cup evaporated milk.
Evaporated milk may be used in baking as a substitute for whole
milk, but you would need less evaporated milk and more water rather
than less water. The key is to add the same amount of liquid,
whether water or milk, as is called for in the recipe.
Condensed milk is just milk with alot of the water boiled
(evaporated) out of it. Milk powder has had all the water taken out
of it and if you put back only part of the water it will equal
condensed milk. If you put back all of the water it will equal
You would add the equivalent amount of milk as the amount of
water called for in the recipe. If the recipe calls for powdered
milk without any added liquid, as in some confections, then
whole milk cannot be substituted.
If you don't have milk, you can use non-flavored dry coffee
creamer. Add the coffee creamer to the flour and then add water in
the amount called for in milk in the recipe.
You can also use half water, half evaporated milk.