Sugar-Free Condensed Milk

Sep 13, 2021 15:36:39PM

Make your own sugar-free Sweetened Condensed Milk at home with our Powdered Monkfruit Sweetener and a few other simple ingredients. 

Sweetened condensed milks are predominantly made of carbs and a little fat, with most of those calories coming from sugar. Fortunately, you can easily make your own sugar-free version which is like the real thing.  

The texture is thick and velvety and pours easily. It’s very sweet and creamy, and perfect to use as you would with traditional sweetened condensed milk. This will keep in a covered glass jar for up to 4 weeks in your refrigerator. 

With less than one Net Carb you can give your favorite recipes a makeover using Lakanto’s version of Sweetened Condensed Milk


Ingredients for Sugar-Free Condensed Milk:

2 ½ cups heavy cream (full fat is needed)

¼ c butter 

¾ c Lakanto Powdered Monkfruit Sweetener

½ tsp vanilla extract 

Instructions for Sugar-Free Condensed Milk: 

  1. Bring the heavy cream to a light boil on medium high heat, stirring every 1-2 minutes to keep it from boiling over. Boil lightly for about 10 minutes to evaporate the cream. 
  2. Lower the heat to medium low and whisk in the butter, Lakanto Powdered Monkfruit Sweetener and vanilla extract. Keep whisking until the butter is fully melted. 
  3. Keep on this low boil for at least 30 minutes, stirring occasionally until thickened and reduced. The longer you let it simmer, the thicker it will become. Keep the heat low so the bottom of the pan does not scorch.
  4. Let cool in pan for 30 minutes and then transfer to a glass jar and cool completely before refrigerating. Sugar-Free Sweetened Condensed milk can be used immediately or stored until use. Makes 6 cups. 6, ⅓ cup se

    Nutritional Info (per serving): (list serving size) ⅓ cup  

    Calories: 75k

    Fat: 8g

    Saturated Fat: 6g

    Protein: 1.5g

    Sodium: 20mg

    Total Carbs: .5g 

    Dietary Fiber: .5g

    Sugars: .5

    Sugar Alcohols: .5

    Net Carbs: .5

    Total servings in recipe: 6 servings. 


Want to encourage your guests to eat more healthily? Click here for a great article about serving healthy, nutritional desserts at your next gathering. 

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This is OUTSTANDING!!! This has changed my coffee life forever!! I actually had to use the granulated monkfruit because that’s all I had but it turned out perfect. My husband and I always crave the coffee we had on vacation with sweetened condensed milk and cinnamon but we have to cut back on our sugar intake. This recipe has given us a gift!! Thank you!!




Cindy-you sure could sub those for heavy cream. thanks for your comment


Can this be made with full fat unsweetened coconut milk or coconut cream for those with dairy allergies?


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