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Keto Lemon Curd | Low-Carb Citrus Curd: Lime, Grapefruit, Lemon | Sugar-Free Lemon Cream

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Low-Carb Citrus Curd. A tangy, sweet, smooth citrus custard/sauce perfect for brightening up any low-carb dessert. Works with any citrus fruit: lemon, lime, grapefruit, etc.


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Servings: 20 (15ml / 1 tablespoon per serving)

​180ml (3/4 cup) of citrus juice

the zest of one large citrus fruit or two small ones (~8g)

1/2 large egg (25g)

2 large yolks (40g)

95g (1/2 cup) erythritol OR xylitol

56g (4 tb.) cubed, cold butter

1/8 ts. salt

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