Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge ~ Keto, Low-Sugar, Low-Carb

Who doesn’t love fudge?! I mean, really how can you not? It’s smooth, creamy, sweet and so satisfying.  It can also be high in sugar, carbs and bad fats.  But hold onto your horsies folks, this fudge is actually GOOD for you.  Yes, you heard me! It is made with grass-fed butter, all natural peanut butter, coconut oil, cacao powder, alcohol-free stevia and cacao nibs for crunch because why the heck not?! These are virtually sugar-free, only 1g per serving and also low in carbs, only 1g per serving. They make the perfect keto snack!

This fudge take minutes to make.  All you have to do is sit back and wait for it to harden, then try not to eat the whole pan!Chcocolate Peanut Butter Fudge ~ www.thehappyhealthfreak.com ~ #keto #lowcarb #lowsugar

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Makes 16 squares

1/2 cup grass-fed butter
1/2 cup all natural peanut butter
2 Tbsp coconut oil
2 Tbsp cacao powder
10-15 drops alcohol-free liquid stevia
1 Tbsp cacao nibs (optional)

In a medium saucepan, over low heat, melt the butter, peanut butter and coconut oil.  Stir in cacao powder and stevia.  Remove from heat.PB Chocolate FudgePB Chocolate Fudge2Pour into 8″ x 8″ baking dish or silicone mold.  Top with cacao nibs.PB Chocolate Fudge3PB Chocolate Fudge4Refrigerate for at least 2 hours or overnight.  Cut into squares.  Enjoy!PB Chocolate Fudge5 PB Chocolate Fudge7Keep squares refrigerated or wrap in cellophane and freeze.

Nutritional info per square
118 Calories, 2g Carbs, 1g Fibre, 1g Net Carbs, 12g Fat, 2g Protein, 1g Sugar

Please Note:  Nutritional info is gathered from MyFitnessPal and may vary depending on your ingredients.  Therefore, it is not always 100% accurate and meant to be used as a reference only.

4 Comments

  • purelytwins March 13, 2015 at 7:18 pm

    need these!

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  • Christine May 25, 2016 at 12:51 pm

    I just found your blog. I do not have stevia or other sweeteners. How much honey/maple syrup could I substitute? Do you think this would work with melting 70% (or more) dark chocolate instead of the cocoa powder?

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    • happyhealthfreak May 25, 2016 at 8:56 pm

      Hi Christine! I think 2 Tbsp of honey or maple syrup would work. As for the chocolate, you could try melting dark chocolate. I’m not sure of the ratio though maybe 1-2 ounces. And you may want to use only 1 Tbsp of coconut oil. Again, the reason for the cocoa powder and stevia is to keep the sugar low so any substitutions would alter the nutritional info. Let me know how it goes!

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