The easiest three-ingredient keto caramel sauce you will ever come across! Buttery, sweet and vanilla-y. Keto, low-carb, Paleo, sugar-free.
If you’ve been keeping up with my recipes lately, then you know how many fall recipes I’ve been making. I just can’t get enough of this particular change in seasons.
So naturally, I had to make a caramel sauce, because it’s just one of the fall staples. I don’t want anyone missing out on this delicious stuff. Especially when it comes to fall when everyone is enthralled with caramel apples, caramel corn and caramel everything desserts.
Although I wouldn’t necessarily recommend you dip this in lots of apples if you’re following a low-carb diet, there are plenty of other ways you can use it.
Top pretty much any dessert with it, add it to your pumpkin spice coffee, or turn it into keto salted chocolate caramels. Or, you could add a scoop to this amazing apple cinnamon mug cake.
As far as making caramel sauces go, this is one of the simplest you will come across. You really only need three ingredients, plus one optional, if you’d like. This includes salted butter or ghee, coconut milk or heavy cream, and sweetener.
Beyond that, you can add some vanilla extract or vanilla bean powder for some extra flavor. You could even add in some maple extract, if you really want to increase the fall-ness of the caramel.
To make the sauce, start by heating some butter or ghee on the stove. Once it begins to brown, add in your coconut milk or heavy cream, the sweetener and the vanilla extract, if desired.
Turn the heat down a bit, and continue to stir until the sauce thickens. That’s all there is to it! Store in the fridge for up to a week. If you want to reheat it, I don’t recommend microwaving.
Submerge the container with the caramel into a pot of hot water, until it has become more fluid again. Then you’re good to go!
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