Low Carb Almond Fudge for Dessert or Breakfast!
Almond butter fudge bars are a delightful recipe to make with the whole family. You can enjoy them as a quick breakfast, lunch-time snack, or late night dessert – depending on the recipe!
This recipe, in particular, strikes us as more desserty than anything else. But we’ll be the first to admit we’ve eaten dessert for breakfast. When it’s low carb & sugar-free, why not? Keto desserts are full of fat, fiber and free of all the nasty junk you’d find in many sweet breakfast options at the supermarket. Plus, homemade desserts are always better (taste-wise and nutrition-wise!).
Our Almond Butter Fudge Bars have a crispy crust that pairs so well with the creamy, gooey topping. All that, cut with the crunchy chopped chocolate, makes for a super well-rounded breakfast, snack or dessert option for anyone watching their carbs.
It really only takes a few ingredients to make some magic – and that’s exactly how we’d describe these bars. Though, you can always swap out your favorite ingredients to make the recipe your own. Throw in peanut butter for a traditional snack, or go crazy and add pumpkin macadamia butter for something totally unique! Add chopped chocolate, sugar-free chocolate chips, cacao nibs or nuts of any kind.
Any way you make it, be sure to share a photo on social media and tag us (@tasteaholics) in it so we can see your version!
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