Shake the can of coconut milk to break-up and distribute the layer of coconut cream at the top of the can. Open the can and stir with a long handled spoon to help break up any lumps.
Powdered Stevia Option
Measure 8 servings (or doonks), 1 tablespoon low carb sugar, and salt into the bottom of a clean glass jar. Stir together.
Add the heavy cream, coconut milk and flavoring to the jar and stir to blend until the low carb sugar dissolves.
Stevia Glycerite Option
Add all of the ingredients to a clean jar and blend together.
STORE: Cover with a tight fitting lid and refrigerate for up to a week.
Makes 1 cup with 8 servings of 2 Tbsp each. 1 CARB per serving.
*Coconut milk freezes really well. Freeze leftover coconut milk in small containers and thaw in the refrigerator. Blend with an electric milk frother or stick blender to re-introduce the coconut cream into the coconut milk.**KAL Pure Stevia powdered stevia has maltodextrin in it. As you know, we try to avoid this ingredient. HOWEVER, it is only a small amount and shouldn't raise anyone's blood sugar per serving (1/32 of a teaspoon). How do I know that this product is mostly stevia? Because, the serving size is 1/32 of a teaspoon and a slightly smaller amount than other pure stevia powder brands. NOTE 1: There is no fiber in this recipe which is why that field is blank in the nutritional information. NOTE 2: Sweeten and flavor at the same time with sugar free flavor syrups like Toroni and Skinny Syrups. Add 1/2 cup to the keto creamer and use 3 Tbsp per serving instead of 2.