Keto Sweetened Condensed Milk | Low Carb Sugar Free | Easy To Keto


Sweetened condensed milk is one of the most common ingredients listed when making desserts. Since those of us who are practicing the ketogenic lifestyle can’t just buy a can of condensed milk from the store, here is a simple recipe to make a keto version of sweetened condensed milk at home. With just a few ingredients and a little bit of time, you can enjoy you favorite desserts with this easy low carb, sugar free keto recipe.


Heavy Whipping Cream – 2 cups
Allulose (or sweetener of choice – Erythritol, Monkfruit, etc) – 3/4 cup
Xanthan Gum – 1/8 tsp
Salted Butter – 2 Tbsp (or add a pinch of salt with unsalted butter)
Vanilla Extract – 1 tsp


1. Bring Heavy Whipping Cream, Sweetener and Xanthan Gum to a boil in a medium sauce pan on medium heat.
2. Keep simmering until for approx 20-25 minutes until mixture has reduced and thickened.
3. Turn off stove and add Butter and Vanilla Extract. Mix well.
4. Transfer to a container with a tight fitting lid and allow it to cool completely.
5. Store in the refrigerator for up to a week or freezer for longer.

Uses for Keto Sweetened Condensed Milk – coffee, tea, fudge, cheesecake, ice cream, fat bombs and more.

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  1. Thank you so much for the recipe! Definitely allulose is the best for making creamy things that will be stored in the fridge – the end product stays creamy in cold temperatures. Erythritol makes things become crunchy when stored in the fridge. Many thanks- made this and turned out so good!

  2. I don't use plastic because if you put the condensed milk in warm, you get the plastic taste. Better to use a glass jair, because you can put hot or cold into the glass without the plastic taste. Good recipe to use if you are watching your weight. I bet this recipe would be great in making homemade ice cream, can't wait to try it!