Keto Magic Bars
These Keto Magic Bars really live up to their name and no...it’s not an illusion. Yes they are "keto", yes they are delicious and yes they will disappear without a trace! Now if I could only figure out a way to pull them out of a hat I could have an interactive magic show/restaurant in Vegas (note to self: that’s actually not a bad idea, I’ll have to get my hands on a copy of Magic for Dummies). And my stage name could be, wait for it... Food-dini.
This is a recipe I’ve wanted to do for a long time, but until recently every attempt I had made to make them, the end product just didn’t meet my expectations. Then the keto gods smiled upon us and we were blessed with a erythritol brown sugar substitute. I knew immediately when I saw the bag I had to buy it, and I soon as I opened and smelled it I knew I had to make magic bars.
To make the sweetened condensed milk substitute for these bad boys I basically made a caramel sauce with the Swerve Brown Sugar. Talk about delicious.
Honestly, these little bites of joy remind me of a tiny pecan pie with just a teensy bit of coconut cake mixed in. They are great with your favorite keto friendly ice cream for a dessert, and in my humble opinion, the best dessert currently on Cast Iron Keto. Try them for yourself and let us know what you think in the comments section below or give us a shout out on social media, I’d love to hear what you guys think! Nicole echos a lot of folks who've tried these bars -
NOTE: Some folks have mentioned that their sauce just sits on top like a crust. If this happens your “condensed milk” probably cooked just a little too long. No worries though, just mix the sauce into the toppings a bit before placing back in the oven so that everything mixes together.