Creating basic substitutes for common household ingredients can be tricky within the keto diet, but this Keto Condensed Milk will work just like the real thing in any recipe you need.
Condensed milk has been a huge part of cooking and baking for a long time. Its consistency and intense sweetness combined with its creamy soft texture make it a perfect ingredient to base desserts from.
As you probably know, condensed milk is not allowed on the ketogenic diet, however, if you know how to make this base ingredient from home, then you can easily make it keto friendly be substituting the sugar for erythritol, and the milk for cream and butter.
Getting the ratios right is possibly the hardest part, so following this recipe is important as I give you the necessary tools to create a perfect condensed milk that will trick anyone into thinking it tastes just like the real thing.
In a medium saucepan on medium heat, melt the butter until it starts to turn slightly brown. Be careful not to burn the butter in stage.
Carefully add the cream and erythritol to the butter in the saucepan stirring constantly and continue cooking for 5 minutes on low.
Remove from the heat, and let it cool before placing into a glass container.
Store in the fridge and is usable after 4 hours of chilling
- Enjoy and thanks for sharing! 😀
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