Why We Love This Recipe
This seriously is the best milk for keto. If you are not dairy-free and love milk in your coffee or tea, you will love this low carb milk recipe. Using only 3 ingredients you will most likely already have at home.
Simple – With the ratios already worked out for you, and using just three ingredients, this takes no time at all to make.
Low carb and tastes great – 2 grams of net carbs in a serve and this milk tastes so much better than most keto milk.
Versatile – Use homemade keto milk in anything you would use normal milk in, like in a bowl of Keto Porridge, a big stack of Keto Pancakes or drink it on its own!
Thermal-cooker friendly – This is as easy as a recipe can get, but I have included instructions for using a Thermomix and a Magimix as well.
Related Recipes: Sugar Free Condensed Milk / Sugar Free Caramel Syrup
Scroll down to the recipe card for the full recipe, ingredients, tips, and method to make keto milk.
This is one of the simplest recipes you could ask for. The ratios I have used result in my preferred consistency for using in cooking as well as in a drink.
Thickened cream – This is also known as heavy cream.
Water – The ratio of water to cream can be adjusted if you’d like your keto milk thinner or thicker.
Salt flakes – I choose to use Salt Flakes as the flavour is more pronounced.
Sweetener – This is an optional addition, but if you prefer slightly sweet milk, add a bit of your preferred sweetener. I use Sukrin:1, but any sweetener of choice that has a ratio of 1:1 with sugar would be the perfect choice.
How To Make Keto Milk
Making keto milk is as simple as adding all the ingredients to a glass or jar and giving it a stir or a shake to combine.
To use your thermal cooker, add all the ingredients into the mixing bowl and process for 10 seconds on Speed 4.
Use just as you would use normal milk, or drink on its own! Find an assortment of keto shake recipes using this keto milk or plant-based vegan milk in our Keto Shakes eBook too.
This keto milk alternative is also perfect for baking, breakfast or even in an ice cream recipe.
What are the best milk substitutes on a Keto Diet?
Which keto diet milk to use really does depend on personal taste.
I love this keto milk made with heavy whipping cream the most for many of the above reasons. It is still keto milk with dairy, so really is just much lower in carbs.
Lesser-known low-carb vegan milk like our Hemp Milk or cashew milk are also great milk substitutes for a keto diet.
Here are just some of my favourite recipes to use the low carb milk.
Here are just some of our great low-carb recipes that you can use this milk in. It can also be used in any of the shakes, such as the Egg Fast Shake.
- Keto Chia Pudding
- Crunchy Keto Granola
- Keto Condensed Milk
- Keto Dalgona Coffee
- Keto Blueberry Almond Smoothie
Hot Tips & FAQs
Yes, you can make up a larger amount and store it in the fridge, just as you would with normal milk. As it takes no time at all to make, I prefer to make it as I need it.
Being dairy-based milk, the benefit is none of the aftertaste you can get from nut or non-dairy milk, which is a treat after getting accustomed to going without dairy!
No, it doesn’t! How amazing is that!
No, it isn’t. Milk contains around 12 grams of carbs per cup. Milk contains more sugar than cream.
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HOMEMADE KETO MILK
- 75 ml thickened cream
- 175 ml water
- Pinch salt flakes
- sweetener of choice (optional)
- Place all ingredients into a jar and shake well to combine. Use as a substitute for regular milk.
THERMAL COOKER METHOD
- Place all ingredients into mixer/mix 10 sec/speed 4. Use as a substitute for regular milk.
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Megan Ellam is an Australian keto recipes blogger living in Thornton, NSW. She is the author of amazing keto cookbooks such as Slow Cook Keto, Keto Loco, The Healthy Family Keto Cookbook and Every Day Keto.
Megan has been following a ketogenic diet since being diagnosed with insulin resistance in early 2017. After a long cooking career Megan simply swapped her “foodie focus” to easy keto recipes. Her keto Australian recipes all include both metric and US customary measures so that everyone can enjoy them.
Megan also makes all the recipes suitable for conventional cooks, Thermomix recipes and thermal cookers e.g. Magimix recipes.
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