Does anything sound more decadent than keto salted caramel custard? I have been a salted caramel fan from way back and when Erika showed me the new Locako salted caramel sweetener I was very excited about what creation she would come up with. Well, she combined two of my favourite things, salted caramel and custard, in this stand out recipe.
This keto salted caramel custard is honesty so rich and creamy you will be in heaven after just a mouthful. Using only 3 ingredients this keto salted caramel custard recipe is absolutely delicious and you won’t regret trying it today.
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Salted caramel flavoured anything has really grown in popularity in recent years and I would have to say it is one of my favourite flavours. So you can imagine my excitement when I saw this new salted caramel flavoured monk fruit sweetener.
Who would have thought it would be possible to enjoy salted caramel flavoured treats without the use of sugar? Oh, the possibilities! I am thinking salted caramel ice cream, salted caramel chocolate treats, salted caramel hot chocolate, salted caramel cookies. Yum yum yum!
if you love Caramel flavours as much as I do make sure you try some of these delicious low carb treats:
- 180 cakes caramel cake mix
- Salted caramel amazeballs
- Smart protein bar – Salted caramel
- Ketogenic bar – caramel, cacao and hemp
- Fat Drops – Salted caramel
- Salted caramel ice cream
Locako Salted Caramel Sweetener
Locako’s new salted caramel monk fruit and erythritol blend is the perfect sweetener for the keto and low carb diet and an amazing substitute for sugar. Monk fruit is extracted from natural monk fruit called Lo Han Guo, and has absolutely no impact on our blood glucose levels nor does it have a nasty aftertaste.
Not only is this salted caramel flavoured sweetener perfect in this keto custard recipe it is also a great pantry staple. What better way to sweeten your cup of coffee than with some salted caramel sweetener. You could also use it in your keto baking or treats to add a subtle salted caramel flavour in place of your regular sweetener.
The Locako sweeteners are a combination of monk fruit and erythritol, which are two great keto-friendly sweeteners. Monk fruit is a popular sweetener as it is highly concentrated and has a pleasant flavour. Combining monk fruit with erythritol provides the sweetener with bulk which means it is a one for one sugar replacement.
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- It is important to make sure the cream is heated to just below boiling point in the initial step. If it is not heated enough you may have issues with the egg yolks once you return it to the heat
- Be patient once you return the custard mixture to the heat as you want it to heat and thicken slowly. If you have the heat too high at this point the eggs may scramble
- Once the custard has thickened remove it from the heat and strain into a heat-proof bowl immediately. If you remove the saucepan from the heat but leave the custard in it it may still continue to cook.
- We love eating this custard cold from the fridge all by itself – it is so delicious!
- You could also serve it with some fresh berries or a sprinkle of keto-friendly granola for some crunch
- We have also served it with a keto cookie broken up and sprinkled over the top for an extra decadent dessert
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Keto Salted Caramel Custard
I am so excited to be able to share this keto salted caramel custard recipe with you and I really hope you enjoy it just as much as we have. When Erika was testing this recipe and had to make it a few times to ensure it was perfect, take photos etc I was not disappointed. The more times she had to make it the more times I got to eat keto salted caramel custard!
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- 1 cup pure cream
- pinch of salt
- 3 egg yolks
- 2 tbsp Locako Salted Caramel Monk Fruit Sweetener
- Add the cream and salt to a small saucepan. Heat over medium heat stirring occasionally until just below boiling, then take off the heat
- Meanwhile, whisk together the egg yolks and sweetener in a small bowl until combined
- Once the cream has heated to just below boiling, slowly pour the hot cream mixture over the egg yolks, whisking continuously
- Return the mixture to a clean saucepan. Cook over medium-low heat, stirring continuously, until the mixture thickens and coats the back of a spoon. Be patient at this point and make sure you keep the heat low or the eggs may scramble
- Remove from the heat and immediately strain to remove any lumps. It is important not to leave it in the hot saucepan, even off the heat as it may overcook
- Allow the custard to cool to room temperature and then place in the fridge covered to cool completely
- Serve cold as is or with some fresh berries or coconut flakes for a decadent dessert!