How To Make Sugar Free Chocolate Fudge From Scratch


sugar free chocolate fudge recipe

After all, you don’t have to put up with unhealthy ingredients any longer. You can now enjoy the good stuff without putting your life in danger.

The ingredients for any sugar free chocolate fudge recipes are very simple. All you need are: chocolate chips, cream, low carb chocolate candy mix, and a little peanut butter. It’s as easy as pie. But before you get started, you need to make sure your chocolate chips are at room temperature. When the chips are warm, they tend to clump.

A Sugar Free Chocolate Powder

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Next, you need to start your sugar free chocolate fudge recipe. In a saucepan, you will need to melt some of the chocolate. You’ll want to heat it just enough so it doesn’t boil over. Then, use a food processor or blender to liquefy the chocolate. You can choose to mix your own shakes or you can buy a sugar free chocolate powder. Whichever you choose, remember to stir it well before adding it to the pan.

Once you have your mixture ready, you simply add your peanut butter and vanilla protein powder to it. Stir it until combined. It will be necessary to keep stirring your mixture. After it is well blended, you can pour it into cups and frost it with a low carb chocolate frosting. These can also be drizzled with some more of your favorite sugar free chocolate.

Toppings

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Now you’re ready for the toppings. I like to use either real or fake whipped cream. Whichever you decide to use, it should be at least half a cup in size. You can also sprinkle some low carb chocolate chips on top of the cream cheese to make it look pretty.

Your next step is to cut open your fudge and add the actual dessert as a topping. If you’re not sure how to do this, simply put it in the microwave for about 10 seconds so that both ingredients can combine properly. The sweetness of the chocolate should be totally masked by the warm sweetness of the cream cheese. You can drizzle the remaining chocolate over the top. Then, you’re all set to enjoy a delicious sugar free chocolate fudge recipe.

Avoid Desserts

To avoid desserts, you might also consider trying this low carb sugar free chocolate fudge recipe. It’s really easy to make and surprisingly tasty. Not only does it taste great but it’s healthier than eating a cake. Why go through all the trouble of eliminating sugar from your diet when you can still have dessert?

In addition to using recipes found in books, online sites, or restaurants, you can also make this low carb chocolate fudge recipe at home. There are a few recipes available on the internet that have a good balance of ingredients. If you don’t feel like cooking or just want to try something new, you could try making this from scratch. The great thing about this recipe is that you can adjust the amount of cocoa butter, sugar, and cream cheese depending on your tastes.

For Starters

For starters, you’ll need three to four cups of either sugar, cocoa, or honey and water. Once you have these ingredients ready, you can get started with your recipe. You’ll need a food processor or blender to liquefy the foods that you’ll be mixing in. Start with four to five cups of sweetener. In addition, you’ll need two to three packages of instant chocolate pudding mix, a tablespoon of peanut butter, and approximately two to three cups of sugar free candy or sugar substitute. You can use these items in small quantities to start.

Next, you’ll have to add the sugar free candy or sugar substitute to the mixture. Once this is done, you simply have to blend it all together until it becomes a smooth consistency. Next, you’ll have to add the peanut butter and the instant chocolate pudding mix into the mixture. You’ll have to blend it until it all becomes smooth again. Once you’re sure that your mixture is well blended, you can then add in the chopped and peeled chocolate pieces and drizzle any additional sweetener if desired.

Conclusion

Put your fudge in the oven and cook it on the top rack for about two hours until it is a deep amber color. Let it cool and then cut it into pieces that are one to half a cup smaller than the original size. These should be placed in a waxed paper bag and refrigerated until needed. The next day, you can refrigerate them and enjoy your fudge while you prepare the other items needed for the rest of your diabetic friendly desserts.

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