The best stuffed caramel keto cupcakes made with almond and coconut flour. Using my delicious keto caramel sauce you won't be able to tell these are even keto friendly!
First, in order to do this recipe head over to my keto caramel sauce post to get all the directions. You won't believe how much it taste like real caramel. Well, in essence that's exactly what it is!
As much as I'd like to take full credit for this I can't. These caramel keto cupcakes were actually a request via my YouTube channel. Yet, they turned out to be the best request ever made.
The reviews from my test batch were amazing. Till this day they have yet to figure out how I am able to pull off the sweetness and flavors I do. But, this by far was one of the best I was told. And I couldn't agree more!
These caramel keto cupcakes are really quick and easy to make. The longest process is easily just making the caramel sauce itself and waiting for it to cool.
How to make a stuffed caramel keto cupcake:
Stuffing the keto cupcakes is actually very easy. They are soft and stable enough to allow you to remove the center and pour the caramel sauce inside. Roughly you will be able to squeeze one half of a tablespoon to slightly under a full tablespoon. For macros below I will just put in a full teaspoon to make it simple. Just note contents will be a little under that.
After the keto caramel sauce is made and cooled make you keto cupcakes. Start out by mixing your almond flour which you should be using blanched. Coconut flour, granulated sweetener, salt and baking powder.
Your wet ingredients consist of melted butter, liquid stevia or monk fruit, a extract and eggs. Now, for your extract you have the option of caramel or vanilla. I prefer vanilla for contrast, but if you want more caramel go for that. The caramel is loaded inside and in the whipped icing so you can easily taste it. But, whatever you'd like to take with it go for it!
What icing for a caramel keto cupcake?
Here I am using a whipped icing with a touch of caramel flavor to it. The icing itself is very light to compliment the heavy caramel in the middle. Such a nice touch!
The caramel sauce added won't be enough to sweeten the icing so a tablespoon of powdered sweetener should be added. For those looking for something less sweet just skip the sweetener in the icing.
per cupcake with caramel inside and whipped icing
Net carb 3g