Sugar Free Sweetened Condensed Milk

If your trying to eat healthy and avoid sugar, you know that canned sweetened condensed milk is off limits. This sweetened condensed milk recipe is Keto friendly and low carb. Also perfect for diabetics.

I begin by browning the butter to give it a rich depth. *Please note that margarine or butter imitations will not brown. To create the browned butter profile we want, you must use the real thing.

I created this for a specific cookie recipe to make a replica of some my mother used to make. She loved bar cookies with nuts and chocolate chips that would blend together when baked. Check out our delicious (and always sugar-free) “Sweet Coconut Bar Cookies” recipe.

Sugar Free Sweetened Condensed Milk



1 C. Heavy Whipping Cream
1/2 C. Almond milk
4 TB. Butter
2 Smidgen scoops (or pinches) salt
2 TB powdered erythritol
1 ts. Vanilla Extract
1/2 ts.Stevia Select Stevia Powder 
3/4 ts. Xanthan Gum

1.Divide almond milk in 2 parts. Place 1/4 C. into a jar with a spill-proof lid. Add the Xanthan gum and shake vigorously to combine without any lumps.

2. Put butter in a small saucepan on med. heat and allow it to brown. Watch it carefully as butter will burn easily. After you see it just starting to brown, add remaining ingredients except almond milk with Xanthan gum.

3. Stirring constantly, allow mixture to come to a boil. As soon as it reaches a boil you can turn off the heat completely.

4. Shake the almond milk and xanthan gum again to make sure it’s completely combined before staring into the hot mixture. This will continue to thicken as it cools.

5. Store in refrigerator after it’s cooled.

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  • Apr 19, 2019
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