I love to make Salted Caramel Sauce. It’s actually really fun. And the result is an incredibly silky, smooth and beautiful sauce that can be used to enhance many dessert recipes. But having two lactose intolerant children has taught me that not everyone can enjoy such a decadent, creamy treat.
Unfortunately, in the past caramel sauce has been off limits to those that live dairy free. But not any more! Today I will be sharing recipes for Salted Caramel Sauce~Traditional and Dairy Free.
These recipes are brought to you by Silk Creamers.
Traditional Salted Caramel Sauce…
Thick, creamy caramel sauce is a great addition to many dessert recipes. It’s made using melted sugar, heavy whipping cream, butter, vanilla and sea salt.
So How in The World Do You Make it Dairy Free?
Silk Almond Creamer can be used in place of heavy cream and coconut oil in place of butter! Silk Almond Creamer is like almond milk but a little creamier and sweetened with cane sugar and a hint of vanilla. It is a coffee creamer, but you can use it as a cream substitute in other recipes as well. And unlike most coffee creamers, Silk Almond Creamer contains no harmful man made trans fats. And Silk Almond Creamers are GMO free!
Both Versions are Creamy and Delicious
You can pour salted caramel sauce over berries, popcorn, apple slices, ice cream, cakes, cheesecake, or whatever your heart desires!
Dairy Free Friends Use This Recipe:
For the dairy free caramel sauce recipe using Silk Creamer’s click here!
MORE RECIPES USING CARAMEL SAUCE:
For the little chocolate cakes posted below I used this recipe and poured the batter into this pan.
Wickedly Delicious Caramel Apples
Salted Caramel Brownies
Chocolate Salted Caramel Cake
White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Ice Cream Sandwich Cookies
The Recipe: Traditional Salted Caramel Sauce
Tip! Watch my video on how to make caramel sauce.
I love to make Salted Caramel Sauce. It’s actually really fun. And the result is an incredibly silky, smooth and beautiful sauce that can be used to enhance many dessert recipes.
- 1½ cups organic granulated sugar
- 1 stick butter 1/2 cup
- 3/4 cup heavy cream
- 1 tsp sea salt
- 1 tsp vanilla paste or extract
Watch video linked above. Making caramel is very hot business! Have all your ingredients measured and ready to go and keep children away from area. Do not use a rubber spatula. It will melt.
Place sugar in a heavy bottomed fairly deep pan on med/high heat.
Use a wooden spoon or silicon spatula to push sugar around.
As sugar melts it will first start to clump, then crystallize and finally become liquid. This takes about five minutes.
When sugar is completely melted and the color of caramel, carefully add butter (watch video for tips).
The butter will bubble up…hence the fairly deep pan. Stir till butter is melted.
When butter is completely melted, turn off heat.
Carefully add cream in a slow and consistent drizzle while stirring. Whisk until smooth.
Add sea salt and/or vanilla if desired.
Allow to cool 5 minutes before serving.
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