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Sugar Free Caramel | Dulce de Leche

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I am a self proclaimed sugar free caramel queen. This version I would easily say is the best keto caramel recipe I have made to date!

If you have noticed I do have a bit of love for caramel. I use it in so many ways in my cooking both sweet and savoury. This recipe is my version of a keto dulce de leche. With the addition of Sukrin Gold, in the form of sweetener and fibre syrup, this recipe is a one pot condensed milk and caramel recipe.

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Sugar-free Caramel Ingredients

In Australia our choices are slim when it comes to brown sugar or golden syrup substitutes. To be honest Sukrin Australia has been a godsend for my baking and keto confectionary. As for substitutes currently for this particular recipe the Sukrin Gold syrup has no substitutes. For our Northern Hemisphere neighbours you can use products like Vita Fibre Syrup, Fibre Yum or Choc Zero Caramel Syrup.

Salt Flakes – salt is important to a caramel, it helps thicken it. I use a couple of big pinches of salt flakes. It is worth noting that iodised salt is far more concentrated than salt flakes so use less if that is all you have.

Butter – use grass fed local butter that is salted. Again that salt helps give the caramel a thick delicious consistency.

choc caramel nougat on plates

How to make Sugar-free Caramel

Below is a video to see how I make it in the Thermomix® which is as simple as all the ingredients into the bowl and cook. For those of you without a Thermomix® you can just as easily make this on the stove. Whisk all the ingredients over medium heat until the caramel thickens.

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More Sugar Free Caramel Recipes

If you love keto caramel nearly as much as me then you might also love the below keto dessert recipes. Following the keto diet does not ever mean missing out, especially with my recipes lol.

  1. Keto Chocolate Caramel Slice | Sugar Free
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Sugar Free Caramel | How to make Keto Caramel

Keto or sugar free caramel can be made in a multitude of ways and if you had noticed I do make a lot of it. Maybe it has to do with the fact that my all-time favourite sweet as a kid would have been a caramel tart or anything that had caramel in it for that matter.
5 from 4 votes
Prep Time: 5 mins
Cook Time: 22 mins
Total Time: 27 mins
Course: Keto dessert
Cuisine: Australian Keto
Keyword: Sugar Free Caramel
Recipe Category: Low Carb
Calories: 38kcal
Author: Megan
Servings: 48 serves
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Ingredients

  • 110 g sugar free nut butter (1/2 cup) I use roasted peanut butter
  • 110 g Sukrin Gold sweetener (1/2 cup)
  • 100 g sweetener of choice(1/2 cup) I use Sukrin:1
  • 80 g Sukrin Gold Fibre Syrup (0.4 cup)
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 120 g butter (1/2 cup) cubed
  • 50 g whey protein isolate (0.45 cup) I use Isopure
  • 2 pinches salt flakes
  • 100 g thickened or heavy cream (0.4 cup)

Instructions

CONVENTIONAL METHOD

  • Add all ingredients to saucepan and cook over medium heat until thickened. Keep an eye on it and whisk regularly.

THERMOMIX® METHOD

  • Add all ingredients to Thermomix® and cook 22 minutes/90℃/speed 3. Caramel will continue to thicken after cooking.
  • Use in any recipe you wish. Swirl through ice cream, add to a tart or slice.

Video

Notes

Use in any recipe you wish.
Swirl through ice cream, add to a tart or slice.
Caramel can be stored in the fridge up to 7 days. Alternatively, freeze it.
For possible substitutions please read the blog post or watch the video for more tips.

Nutrition

Serving: 1serve (2 tbsp) | Calories: 38kcal | Carbohydrates: 1g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 3g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 8mg | Sodium: 35mg | Potassium: 18mg | Fiber: 0g | Sugar: 0g | Vitamin A: 95IU | Calcium: 4mg | Iron: 0.1mg | Net Carbs: 1g
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    11 Comments

  • Janet Newing says:

    5 stars
    This is seriously delicious. AND so easy in the Thermomix – chuck everything in and 20 minutes later you can be eating this off a spoon… You have to try it. I’m looking forward to adding some chocolate swirls.

  • Janet Newing says:

    5 stars
    OMG. I have gone to heaven. This is such an easy recipe and tastes divine. Can see lots of caramel in my future.

  • chelsea sexton says:

    any replacement for sukrin as glycemic index is quite high so i cant. yukon syryp maybe?

    • Megan says:

      I havent tried Yacon syrup.Here are the details of the Sukrin thoughContents: 8.8 oz (250 g)

      The well-known Sukrin Gold in a smaller bag!

      Replaces brown sugar/sugar in cooking and baking 1:1.

      All the aroma and sweetness of brown sugar – less than 1 calorie per tsp

      Does not affect blood sugar or insulin levels – GI 1

      Made of erythritol, which is made from glucose extracted from non-GMO corn starch through a natural fermentation process

      No artificial colors, additives or preservatives

      Ingredients: Natural sweetener erythritol (polyol), tagatose, glycerol, malt extract and steviol glycosides.

  • i ll try this recipe for my kids looks yummy

  • mercy says:

    is there any way you could convert into cups for me? when i convert it using the tool on your website its like peanut butter -3.5443434 oz lol

    would it be ok to just round up to 4 oz? i dont have a scale and im assuming that would be one half cup ?

    thank you in advance🙂

  • Shannon Bond says:

    What could I use instead of nut butter?…allergies

  • Misti says:

    Can the Whey Protein be left out?

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