Keto Pecans – Low Carb Keto Caramel Coated Pecans
Are you ready for the BEST keto caramel coated pecans? Learn how to make
low carb caramel pecans. Easy candied pecans stovetop version. No baking
in the oven required. This is a savory pecan snack recipe everyone loves. Great
for family, friends and parties. Keto candied pecans are a great go to snack when
you want a sweet treat. Gluten free, sugar free keto butter pecans with caramel.
If you are missing caramel corn on a ketogenic diet try this substitute. Switch out
the popcorn for healthy pecans. Read on for the BEST low carb keto caramel coated pecans.
These caramel coated pecans are so delicious and make a great sweet treat.
Perfect low carb snack or treat. Grab some keto essential ingredients
and learn how to make Keto Caramel Coated Pecans
Melt the butter in a saucepan over medium heat
Once the butter is melted, add the Swerve brown sugar substitute to the
saucepan, and stir constantly until melted
Add in 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract, and stir to combine
Continue to cook down the mixture, stirring frequently for 7-8 minutes
until it begins to thicken
Remove the saucepan from the heat, and add in the pecan halves. Toss
to coat them all well
Place the coated pecans in a single layer on a parchment paper lined baking
Put the pecans in the refrigerator for 1-2 hours to cool and harden
Once ready, break apart any chunks of pecans, and serve as is. Store extras
in an airtight container
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- 1 ½ c. Whole pecan halves
- ¼ c Butter unsalted
- ½ c. Swerve brown sugar substitute
- 1 tsp Vanilla extract
- Melt the butter in a saucepan over medium heat
- Once the butter is melted, add the Swerve brown sugar substitute to the saucepan, and stir constantly until melted
- Add in 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract, and stir to combine
- Continue to cook down the mixture, stirring frequently for 7-8 minutes until it begins to thicken
- Remove the saucepan from the heat, and add in the pecan halves. Toss to coat them all well
- Place the coated pecans in a single layer on a parchment paper lined baking sheet
- Put the pecans in the refrigerator for 1-2 hours to cool and harden
- Once ready, break apart any chunks of pecans, and serve as is. Store extras in an airtight container
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
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Keto Pecans – Low Carb Keto Caramel Coated Pecans
Tammy Elias says
I was wondering how many carbs per serving?
Should be 2 net carbs per 1/4 cup serving
😻 these looks delicious!!
What is Swerve brown sugar substitute and where can it be purchased?
I got mine at Hy-Vee in the health food section. It is erithritol with a few things added to make it comparable. It is available online as well.
I got mine on Amazon Lakanto brand
I found some at Walmart in reg brn sugar section
You cab buy this online @ amazon!
Truvia makes one too got mine from Walmart
Truvia uses cane sugar in their brown sugar blend so that will add carbs. Just wanted to inform you of that so you don’t accidentally consume more carbs than you think you are. ♥️
Great tasting and an easy recipe. I shared it with 3 of my Co-workers and they loved it also. They couldn’t believe it did not have cane sugar in it. Love this treat. It hits the spot for me. Thanks!
Fallas ruth says
I made those pecans they so good that I had to hide them
That looks good I will make it Carol’s I
Beth D says
I made mine with walnuts. Deeee licious.
Sherry Bullock says
Looks delish! Time to give it a go.
Are they supposed to still be sticky after setting in the fridge? Or should they be more hardened?
Incredibly easy to make & super yummy!!!
Deena Smiley says
I made these today and they are AMAZING!
I find swerve products at Walmart. But if you have an Aldis close by, they have their brand that is just as good, but cheaper.
I have made many toffee/caramel pecans. This recipe is hands down the best. The only thing I changed was to use roughly chopped pecans instead of whole pecans.
How come no one has asked at what temperature you are baking them at? 1-2 hours is a pretty big window… I could “wing” it but I would love to know what you did.
WHOOPS! Chill not Bake! These were great.
Do the pecans need to be roasted first, or does it matter?
I want to try making this with pecan pieces and put it in sugar free ice cream. Another flavor of ice cream. I’ve made Butter Pecan and it’s been a big hit. Wonder the result if I used Carmel Pecans.
Hiria Khan says
Kim H says
Amazing!! I used monk fruit golden sweetener instead of Swerve because that’s what I had. 5 stars!!
I made these, sooo good, mine came out like brittle, not like those in the picture, which is fine, I like brittle, but I did use organic allulose . Very easy to make, not to sweet, so next time I will add a little stevia. Amazing recipe, thank you so much blessing us by sharing you wonderful recipe. Many Blessings to all