Not only is it made of simple ingredients and delicious, it also doesn’t melt in your hands! Best Keto Chocolate Fudge is perfect for bringing to any Holiday Party.
Fudge is an irresistible dessert. But when you cut the sugary ingredients from the traditional recipes, it can be a little tough to get right.
This is keto chocolate fudge at its best. Simple ingredients, delicious and don’t melt in your hand! Perfect to bring to Christmas parties. However, removing the sweet ingredients from traditional recipes can make it a bit difficult to make correctly.
I’ve made a lot of low-carb fudges since starting the keto lifestyle and they’ve all been really good, but I couldn’t nail the creamy, delicious recipe, but it melted the moment I picked it up. I will not start.
When I was developing this project, I was thinking about how many fudge recipes I would bring to a Christmas party, especially around the holiday season.
You probably want to eat the whole pot…but if you’re more in control than I am, here’s the nutritional breakdown for just one slice (the recipe makes 12 servings.
Creating a low-carb sweetened condensed milk to use as its base is the secret to this recipe.
A lot of those recipes are as simple as telling you to “melt chocolate chips and sweetened condensed milk together” so we are here to give you that treat in that low-carb style.
And it’s easier than you might think!
Best chocolate fudge notes for keto.
Since the flavor isn’t a big deal to me, I haven’t tested this recipe with stevia, but it’s feasible to use stevia in instead of erythritol to produce sweetened condensed milk. Give me, please!
Simply double the recipe to fill an 8×8 mold with this fudge.
This recipe will work if you can only locate low-carb chocolate chips, such as Enjoy Life or Hershey’s unsweetened, but keep in mind that your diet will change. Furthermore, a lot of well-known companies employ substances like maltitol, which, when ingested in high quantities, can cause digestive issues, to sweeten their sugar-free candies.
- 1 cup Heavy Whipping Cream
- 1/3 cup Erythritol
- 2 tbsp Butter
- 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
- 1 cup Low Carb Chocolate Chips
- 1/4 cup Chopped Pecans
- Take a pan over medium heat, mix together the Vanilla Extract, Erythritol, Butter, and Heavy
- Whipping Cream, stirring often for about Fifteen mins until a thick sweetened condensed milk, slightly browned forms.
- Take it out from heat and before stirring in chocolate chips, let cool for Fifteen mins.
- Pour mixture into a parchment-lined loaf pan once chocolate chips are melted and before cooling in the refrigerator for at least Sixty mins, top with pecans.
Amount Per Serving:
TOTAL FAT: 15.05g
CARBOHYDRATES: 2.92 NETg
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