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Sugar-Free Sweetened Condensed Milk

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When speaking of pantry staples, this sugar-free sweetened condensed milk needs to be on the list! However, this carb and sugar-heavy delight is completely off-limits in keto, but now it doesn’t have to be courtesy of a few ingredient swaps! Bet your taste buds won’t believe this ain’t the real thang!

Sweetened condensed milk is traditionally made with just milk and sugar. It is readily available at many grocery stores, making it quite convenient but not so much when talking keto. It may not be as easy to just add to your grocery list and pick up a can or two, however you can make it at home in less time than you may think!

What You Need:

All you need are 4 ingredients, a medium flame, a skillet, and 30 minutes to reach keto sugar-free condensed milk perfection! This recipe is the perfect sugar-free substitute for sweetened condensed milk.

Most grocery stores these days have all of the ingredients above except maybe allulose which you can grab here online. My favorite liquid stevia is from Trader Joe’s but if you don’t have a TJ’s local, SweetLeaf is great as well.

How To Make Sugar Free Sweetened Condensed Milk

The great thing about this is just how simple and practically no fuss it is. Add everything to a pan and get cooking! For this recipe, I recommend a shallow skillet or frying pan, because of the extra surface area of the pan.

Add all of the ingredients to the pan and stir to combine. Turn the stove on medium-low heat and stir until the allulose is completely dissolved, about 45 seconds to one minute. Bring to a good simmer and allow to cook stirring about every 10 minutes or as necessary. Watching closely the last 5 minutes as it can go from perfect to dark real quick if you aren’t paying attention.

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How To Store Sugar-Free Sweetened Condensed Milk

When done cooking allow your mixture to cool for a couple of minutes and using a spatula gently pour it into a mason jar. Do not put the lid on until completely cooled down, about 1 hour. The good news is that your sugar-free condensed milk can be stored in the fridge for about 4 weeks and used as needed. Due to the use of allulose, there was also no crystallization once refrigerated.

Why Use Allulose to Sweeten

Allulose is a great sweetener because unlike some other low-carb and keto-approved sweeteners it doesn’t have that off-putting aftertaste. Plus it clocks in at zero net carbs and does not spike insulin and blood sugar, which is exactly what we want! 

Said to be 70% as sweet as real sugar, lacks the typical aftertaste of many low carb and keto sweetener options, and doesn’t spike blood sugar, sounds like a winner! And it is! 

Is Allulose Keto?

Yes. Our bodies do not metabolize the carbs that are present in allulose, making it zero net carbs and a great sweetener option of a low-carb keto diet.

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Sugar-Free Sweetened Condensed Milk


  • Author: Bridgette Williams
  • Total Time: 35
  • Yield: 7 oz (about 10 servings) 1x

Ingredients

Scale

1 cup Heavy Whipping Cream

1/4 cup Macadamia Nut Milk

1/4 cup of Allulose

6 drops Liquid Stevia


Instructions

  1. Add all of the ingredients to the skillet and stir to combine.
  2. Turn the stove on medium-low heat and stir until the allulose is completely dissolved, about 45 seconds to one minute.
  3. Bring to a good simmer and allow to cook stirring about every 10 minutes or as necessary. Watching closely the last 5 minutes as it can go from perfect to dark real quick if you aren’t paying attention.
  4. When done cooking allow your mixture to cool for a couple of minutes and using a spatula gently pour it into a heat proof jar like a mason jar. Do not put the lid on until completely cooled down, about 1 hour.

Notes

Don’t have macadamia milk? No worries, any nut milk will do

  • Prep Time: 5
  • Cook Time: 30

Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 1
  • Calories: 74
  • Sugar: 0
  • Fat: 8
  • Carbohydrates: 0 NC

Keywords: sugar free sweetened condensed milk

Tips

  • When cooking, use a spatula and whisk combo. The spatula is especially good for scraping down the sides, but whisking helps keep things well combined and nice and smooth.

Variations

  • Double the allulose if you’d like your condensed milk even sweeter for adding to desserts and other dishes.

Way To Use Sugar-Free Sweetened Condensed Milk

  • Add to your coffee or tea
  • Drizzle over nuts
  • Blend some cocoa powder in with nut milk and use condensed milk to sweeten 
  • Use for no-churn ice cream

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I’m Bridgette, the creator of FatUp. Keto has been a friend of mine since 2016, helping me to lose over 50 pounds (30 in the first 3 months)! I’m a 30 something, new mom, wife that loves photographing food and creating recipes here on getyafatup.com. My goal is to make keto easy an approachable for women everywhere.