Paleo Caramel Sauce Recipe ( Gluten-Free)

 

 

Warning!! This caramel sauce is super addictive.

Really, It’s that good!
Chocolate and caramel are my 2 favorite sweets.
However, your typical chocolate and caramel candy are very sugar laden .
If that is not bad enough they are also loaded with high fructose corn syrup  and so many other harmful ingredients I can’t even pronounce.

This caramel sauce is a much safer alternative with no refined sugar and minimal natural sweeteners added
compared to other types of caramel sauces.
I have used it in many ways such as slicing up a granny smith apple and drizzling caramel all over it. Oh my, was it delicious!!

I’ve also taken it and used it as a frosting to put over my apple cinnamon cake recipe here and then
topped it with my own candied pecans.
 This cake was a huge hit !! >>>>>>>

Tomorrow I am making a homemade chocolate cake and topping it with… you guessed, my caramel sauce 😉
Now that I know how to make it , I seriously can’t stop making it.
I am glad it is good for you,otherwise I would be in trouble.
Anyways enjoy and please leave a comment in the section below.
As always we love to hear from you all!  🙂

Ingredients:

☻   full fat coconut milk like this one here (13.5 ounce can)
☻ 1/4 -cup organic raw honey
☻ 2- teaspoons organic vanilla extract

☻ a few good shakes of Celtic sea salt (very mineral rich)

☻ 1/4 -cup or 4 tablespoons Ghee (clarified butter which is usually not problematic for dairy sensitive people
due to the fact that the hard to digest milk protein, casein has been removed along with the lactose 🙂
If you are not dairy sensitive, you can use unsalted  organic butter.

☻ 10- dropperfuls of Sweetleaf English Toffee stevia

 Instructions:

Put all your ingredients into a medium size heavy saucepan.
Cook  over a low to medium heat so it comes to a nice simmering boil.
Whisk every so often as it’s boiling and until it starts to thicken up and turn a darker brown color.
This usually takes about 30-45 minutes or so.
Be careful not to let it burn.

Even when finished, 
it will continue to thicken a little more as it cools.

Once it has cooled a bit, get ready and start dipping those apples
or drizzle it on top of your favorite paleo dessert.

( Try my apple cake recipe here. The recipe is for the muffins, but I easily just turn it into a cake. 
Just double the recipe and pour the  batter into a well greased 13×9 inch baking dish and bake till golden brown around the edges and  the center feels springy to the touch. Let cool completely and spread the caramel all over the top. Yum!!) 

Those are just a few ideas, I am sure you can find many more  ways to use your caramel sauce.

Heck, it’s even  good enough to just eat by the spoon 😉
Enjoy, Loves!

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