Buttery Chocolate Keto Fudge Squares

I’m not much of a sweet tooth, but I do love me some fudge. When I set out to make a fudge, it was important to me that it was creamy and melted in your mouth. That’s pretty much the definition of fudge, right? I hope you enjoy! It’s about 1.2 net carbs per bite, and makes about 16 bites.

But it’s not without whole food sacrifices. It does use sugar-free maple syrup (Carey’s) and sugar-free vanilla syrup (Torani). If this is cool with you, it’ll be your go-to chocolate dish for pairing with wine, or bringing as dessert to your next dinner party — I have to wonder if anybody would even know it’s a keto fudge! It’s so rich and chocolately, I think that’s in part due to the Baker’s Chocolate and all the wonderful butter.

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Buttery Chocolate Keto Fudge Squares
Who says you need to give up chocolate when you quit sugar?
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  1. 3oz Baker's unsweetened chocolate squares
  2. 2 tbsp ghee
  3. 1 tbsp coconut oil
  4. 2 tbsp butter
  5. 1/3 cup organic peanut butter (w/ no added sugars)
  6. 1 tbsp sugar free vanilla syrup (I used Torani's)
  7. 1/3 cup sugar free maple syrup (I used Carey's)
  1. Melt all of the above in a double broiler
  2. Add to an 4x8 pan, lined with parchment paper
  3. Freeze
  4. Cut into pieces, and store in the refrigerator

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