Take a bite out of chocolate peanut butter fudge!
Fudge! Who doesn’t absolutely LOVE indulging in a sweet, rich bite of creamy chocolate peanut butter fudge? This recipe is SO simple it’s absolutely mind blowing. Not only does it only take about 10 minutes to make, but you’ll rely on your refrigerator instead of your stove to get the job done. Simply combine a few basic ingredients and in a short time you will be enjoying this low carb dessert! Yes, it’s that easy!
Now let’s talk bout how much you need this recipe in your life. It’s not only easy, but it’s sinfully delicious! If you’re on the keto diet and searching for something that is lip-smacking good that still meets the low carb guidelines, then here you go! Who says that following a low carb menu means that you have sacrifice flavor? You have it all in this one easy-to-make recipe.
Okay, so by now you probably understand how delicious this is, but let’s also discuss how useful it is. Need a quick snack that you can serve up at your kid’s birthday party? Or maybe you forgot all about that pot luck at work–what can you bring? This single recipe creates 32 servings! It’s the perfect party food that you can whip up in a short amount of time. Delicious AND fast–it doesn’t get much better than that.
Of course, you’re probably wondering about the sweetness of this dish. YES! It is absolutely sweet and it’s all possible because of powdered erythritol which is a sugar alcohol. That makes this dessert sugar-free! Neat, huh? Whip this up in your very own kitchen and see how quickly it disappears. Chocolate peanut butter fudge is packed full of yummy rich flavor that will keep everybody coming back for more.
Loved this recipe? Then you should check out this sugar-free hazelnut fudge from My Life Cookbook! It is just as easy to make as our chocolate peanut butter fudge, and is a great dessert option for the hazelnut lovers!
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