Take a bite of this easy low carb almond butter fudge recipe!
Almond butter fudge is a creamy, rich dessert that happens to be the ideal pass-around dish. This recipe makes 36 servings of this fantastic little treat which means it can easily be used for a party or make ahead snack for after work or school. No matter your reason for serving it up, this dessert is sure to be an instant hit. The almond flavor is met with the hint of sweetness every dessert should have!
This dessert requires only six basic ingredients that most low carb foodies keep on hand (like liquid stevia, powdered erythritol, and almond flour). What’s even better than it’s simple ingredient list is that it requires ZERO cook time. Simply combine all the yummy ingredients and allow to chill in your refrigerator until it’s ready to serve. This refreshingly cool treat is a great summertime snack!
If you are new to the keto diet, then you may not be as familiar with powdered erythritol as others who have been following the diet for a while. Erythritol is a sugar alcohol that has the least known impact on blood sugar. This is excellent news for individuals who follow a low carb diet or limit their sugar intake for other reasons (i.e., diabetic). Other advantages of erythritol are that it has zero calories and tastes very similar to regular sugar. So with this recipe, you’ll certainly get all the sweetness you want without actually using sugar!
Almond butter fudge is a delicious dessert that is so easy to make that even a beginner cook can pull it off. If you’re searching for a fast, simple treat that anybody can enjoy, then look no further than this incredible recipe. Serve it up to your family and friends and see how quickly it becomes a crowd pleaser!
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