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Low-Carb Thai Sweet Chili Sauce

Low Carb? No Problem! You can still have Sweet Chili Sauce and stay on your low-carb diet with my Homemade Low-Carb Thai Sweet Chili Sauce!

No this isn’t a duplicate post. After several requests for a Low-Carb version of my Homemade Thai Sweet Chili Sauce, I jumped into the kitchen and created the perfect homemade Low-Carb Thai Sweet Chili Sauce Recipe just for you!

The secret to making Low Carb Thai Sweet Chili Sauce is using THIS sweetener. It has very similar properties to regular sugar, it is a great 1:1 replacement in a wide variety of uses from baking to thai sweet chili sauce. While there are carbohydrates in it, they are sugar alcohols that do not raise your blood glucose. After using if for the past year, I can honestly say that is is my favorite low-carb sweetener.

This sauce has roughly 13g net carbs in the entire 1 cup batch – the carbs are coming from garlic, coconut aminos and ketchup.

Low Carb? No Problem! You can still have Sweet Chili Sauce and stay on your low-carb diet with my Homemade Low-Carb Thai Sweet Chili Sauce!

Low Carb? No Problem! You can still have Sweet Chili Sauce and stay on your low-carb diet with my Homemade Low-Carb Thai Sweet Chili Sauce!

Low-Carb Thai Sweet Chili Sauce

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Servings: 1 cups

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Combine all ingredients in a small sauce pan.
  • Bring to a boil, stirring occasionally, simmer about 5 minutes.
  • Remove from heat, allow to cool then pour into a glass jar/container.  Low-Carb Thai Sweet Chili Sauce will keep for weeks in the fridge.

Notes

If you would like a thicker sauce, add 1 teaspoon arrowroot starch, being mindful that it will increase the carb count.
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2 Comments

  1. Can I use a different sweetener other then swerve?! And can the chili’s be canned or do they have to be fresh!? Thanks in advance can’t wait to try!!

    1. You can use any sweetener that works for you, however the level of sweetness may be different! The peppers are Crushed Red Pepper Flake, click the link in the recipe for further clarification.

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