Sweetened Condensed Milk

By May 27, 2015Sauce

Sweetened Condensed Milk

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I made a recipe for Key Lime Pie about 4 years ago when we were in the middle of adopting the boys that I totally forgot about!

If you want to make the pie you must start with a “healthified” Sweetened Condensed Milk! So here is a recipe for you to get started on. I will post the pie recipe soon!

I made this last night and put in on strawberries for my boys and they licked the bowl clean! That is saying something when they don’t have much of a sweet tooth!

Sweetened Condensed Milk
 
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Serves: 2½ cups
Ingredients
  • 4 TBS butter (or coconut oil if dairy sensitive)
  • 2 (14 oz) cans coconut milk
  • ¾ cup Swerve confectioners
Instructions
  1. If using butter, place the butter in a medium saucepan and heat on high whisking often until butter starts to froth and brown flecks appear. (NOTE if using coconut oil, add at the end).
  2. Add coconut milk and sweetener to the saucepan. Mix well and heat on high heat until it comes to a boil.
  3. Reduce heat to medium-low and boil, stirring very often and scraping the sides of the pan to keep from burning.
  4. Boil for about 45 to 60 minutes or until mixture has reduced by about half. Add coconut oil, if using) and mix well. Cool and store in refrigerator.
Notes
NUTRITIONAL COMPARISON (per 2 TBS serving)
Sweetened Condensed Milk = 120 calories, 3g fat, 3g protein, 21g carbs, 0g fiber
"Healthified" Sweetened Condensed Milk = 88 calories, 7.9g fat, 0.7g protein, 2.7g carbs, 0g fiber

Makes 20 servings.
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About Maria Emmerich

Maria is a wellness expert who has helped clients follow a Ketogenic lifestyle to heal and lose weight for over 12 years. She has helped thousands of clients get healthy, get off medications and heal their bodies; losing weight is just a bonus. She is the international best selling author of "Dairy Free Ketogenic Cooking" and "Keto.". Click here for Keto.: http://amzn.to/2EfrECi Click here for Easy Dairy Free Ketogenic Cooking: http://amzn.to/2ClSqLc

64 Comments

  • Jeanne says:

    Looks wonderful! It is so useful for many recipes. Would ghee work in this as a no casein replacement for the butter? I love the butter flavor in foods, but do better without.

  • Yes, I’m wondering if ghee would work too?

  • Anita says:

    Would double cream or rich cream work instead of coconut cream.

  • Sandy says:

    Thanks again Maria, I am looking forward to the Key Lime Pie Recipe!

  • Belenda says:

    I was just looking for a recipe for this! So glad you posted it! Question though…..how long will this last in the fridge?

  • Melinda says:

    Just purchased the upgrade to Keto30 Day Advanced and am going through videos. Are there handouts that are included in the download? If so, can you please steer me to them? I’m specifically on the Hormone Health video. Thanks!!

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      There are slides for all the classes in your download package. The other videos there aren’t. 🙂

  • Pam says:

    Looking forward to the Key Lime pie recipe.

  • Heidi says:

    thank you for this! just made key lime pies for a gathering this past weekend and sure wish I could have had some! Was wondering how I could pull it off ‘healthified’!

  • Donna says:

    Thank you for this recipe. I was wondering for dairy sensitive people, if there is a cracker recipe that doesn’t use cheese? I have your books, if you could steer me in the right direction 🙂

  • Jacci says:

    You have just added the last piece to my healthified “Holy Cow Cake” puzzle, thank you thank you!

  • Carrie says:

    Hey Maria- been all over your site and your blog and just finished reading Keto-adapted- I am fascinated!! I spent 6 months eating raw in an effort to heal my body, increase my cholesterol of 123 and my VitD from 19 under a natropath’s instruction . I did lose about 50 pounds and my cravings seemed at bay but I never had any energy and then it was like my body one day decided it was done with this way of life. I thought I had found the answer and it backfired- my cravings came back all of a sudden and I fell off the wagon and I gained almost all the weight back in 2 months 🙁 I am now depressed and miserable, with all this weight on me and NO energy! I need my health back! I hope your program can help me although I am nervous. With this being said I was wondering which plan you would suggest: the Keto 30 advanced or the keto 30 lose weight and heal? Thank you and look forward to this new journey. I love all the testimonies and hope one day after trying every diet and food plan out there that this is it and mine can be a motivational testimony in the future!

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      This lifestyle can work for you! You will not regret it when you see how good you can feel. Both Keto-30 packages are great options. The Keto-30 is a more traditional 3 meals a day and the Keto-30 Advanced is 2 meals and snack with daily intermittent fasting (great for the metabolism. The Advanced has over 40 of my best keto recipes not published anywhere else and will get you to your goals fast. 🙂
      http://mariamindbodyhealth.com/my-services/

  • Kate says:

    yum~ can’t wait for the pie recipe!!

  • Kathleen says:

    Yum! Looking forward to the recipe for the Key Lime Pie! Thanks!

  • Kristin says:

    So weird- I was just surfing the web for a dairy free, sugar free, low carb sweetened condensed milk recipe last night! And with no luck!!! I promise the Lord works through you sometimes Maria!

  • Terri says:

    I needed this! Looking forward to the pie recipe. Thank you Maria. This Florida girl misses her Key Lime pie!

  • Barbara says:

    Do I need to stir the whole time (30-40 minutes) while the coconut milk is reducing?

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      The more you stir the better, but you can set a timer and give it a little stir every 5 minutes or so. 🙂

  • Ruth says:

    at abt 40 min of boiling my coconut milk separated again….doesn’t look as creamy anymore….I added the coconut oil at the end and vanilla…do I blend it to make it creamy? I halved the recipe and it only made 1 cup, should have done the full recipe for the key lime pie I want to make…any thoughts?

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      You can’t use too high of heat or go too long. It does thicken a quite a bit once cooled. If you blend in a high speed blender it may come back together. 🙂

  • Della says:

    What type of coconut milk to you use? I get very confused between coconut milk, coconut cream, coconut butter? Is it like Almond milk in a box or is it in a can? TIA!

    Della

  • bev says:

    Do you just use the thick part of the can of coconut milk or the entire can?

  • Appletree says:

    Hi Maria, if I started off with coconut cream only, would it mean a shorter time? Any reason why you chose to start with coconut milk?

  • Karen says:

    I made key lime pie yesterday and it tasted terrible! I think it was the condensed milk. I stirred it all the time for 45 minutes. I used granulated sweetener instead of confectioners (I didn’t have that). Could that have made a difference?

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      Sorry, not sure what happened. Did you taste the sweetened condensed milk when it was done?

  • Dana says:

    Maria, you’re always sharing your recipes, so I thought I’d share one with you! This is a recipe for Avocado Popsicles using your sweetened condensed milk.

    Avocado Popsicles

    Ingredients:
    2 ripe avocados, chopped
    1/3 (+ 2 TBS) Maria’s sweetened condensed milk
    juice of 2 limes (40ml)
    about 1 cup water
    3 TBS confectioners Swerve
    pinch of salt

    Put avocado, sweetened condensed milk, lime juice, and salt in a blender or food processor and blend.
    Mix the Swerve with water and add to blender. Blend. Mixture should be thick but still pourable. Like a smoothie.
    Pour into popsicle molds and tap on counter to remove any air pockets. Freeze overnight. I was able to get 7 popsicles using my molds.

  • tine tine says:

    I read about fermenting coconut milk in a glass jar with the oven light on. Do I need to drain the liquid before I put the probiotic in? And how long do I leave it in the oven?

  • Antonia says:

    Oh man! I just made this recipe since I had a can of coconut milk sitting around that needed to be used up, and holy moly! This is PERFECT! The texture is amazing, and it tastes great, too! Instead of erythritol, I used a little bit of vanilla stevia and It’s super good! Can’t wait to see how it holds up in baking recipes.

  • Julianne says:

    Hi Maria

    Thanks for the great recipe! When I made this everything was going well until I added the vanilla… Then it separated and was yucky mess 🙁 I’m wondering do I need the vanilla? Would it be better to use a bean? Put it in when it cools?
    Thanks a million for all you do!

  • Erin says:

    How long would the condensed milk stay good in the freezer do you think?

  • Cheryl says:

    Would coconut cream work better then coconut milk?

  • Tiffanie says:

    Crazy question, but could you use this the same way regular sweetened condensed is used to create caramel by cooking slowly in jars in boiling water?

  • Tiffanie says:

    One more question, If I eliminate the crust and just eat the filling what would the carb count be then:-)

  • Tiffanie says:

    whoops, that last question was for the key lime pie recipe that led me to this recipe! If i eliminate the crust on the key lime pie, what would the carb count be for filling only. Sorry for the confusion!!!

  • connie says:

    could I do the sweetened condensed milk in the top of a double broiler?

  • Bridget says:

    Hello! I made key lime pie with the sweetened condensed milk and it was awesome! I was wondering how long the sweetened condensed milk lasts in the fridge? Thanks!

  • alison says:

    Made this last night and it was amazing! I had to boil it for closer to an hour and 10-15 minutes to get it to reduce and thicken slowly. I put it in the fridge overnight to cool and it continued to thicken some–this morning it was perfect and ready to use in the key lime pie recipe, which is in the oven now 🙂

  • Fran says:

    Hi Maria, I can’t wait to try this recipe. I tried perusing the comments that people made under the recipe so Im not sure if this question was asked, but can the recipe be halved? And have you tried to do that? Thank you!

  • Cynthia D Javernick says:

    Is the pie recipe somewhere?