I’ve been trying my hardest to recreate low carb versions of and foods that I miss. From chaffles to dinner rolls, I’ve found some ridiculously good ways to make my diet revolve less around carbs, and I just came up with a genius keto salted caramel recipe.
I never in one million years thought that this was going to work.
None of them make caramel, though.
Recently, High Key Snacks sent me a few low carb items to try out. I love packages like that because they become great testers in my recipes.
They sent me a monk fruit, stevia, and allulose blend. The story kind of writes itself from there.
I’ve never tried this blend, and it’s one of the only sweeteners I haven’t tried to make caramel out of. Lo and behold, it worked! Like it really worked.
This keto salted caramel is great on desserts, drizzled on top of some whipped cream, or it makes a great addition to your keto coffee for some caramel flavor.
Here’s what you should know about allulose.
This sugar is naturally occurring in many foods you already eat like raisins and figs. It’s non-GMO, keto friendly, low carb and doesn’t contain artificial ingredients.
Allulose has a similar taste and texture to sugar, without the glycemic impact.
Allulose has a 1:1 ratio to sugar. So, where you might use sugar, you can use the same amount of allulose to achieve your desired result.
I also love allulose because it doesn’t cause gastrointestinal issues, so no running to the restroom on this stuff like other sugar-free options.
I really hope you enjoy this recipe, and you can use it in many different ways. I’m excited to share some other ways I’ve used it, with great results.Print