Keto Walnut Fudge

Pretty much everyone loves chocolate.

But unfortunately most chocolate contains sugar! And sugar is a definite “no-no” on the Keto Zone Diet.

That’s why we created this simple, delicious, and healthy fudge recipe to satisfy your chocolate craving without taking you out of the Keto Zone!

This recipe is gluten-free, sugar-free, low-carb, and high in healthy fat!

A perfect treat for anyone in the Keto Zone.

Organic walnuts add minerals, fiber, protein, and healthy fats including omega-3s. Grass-fed butter provides CLA fats and vitamins A and K. Almond butter also contributes minerals, fiber, and more healthy fat and protein. Chocolate and vanilla are loaded with antioxidant polyphenols and fiber.

This fudge can be sweetened with xylitol, erythritol, or monk fruit for a tasty but sugar-free fudge that the whole family will love!

Ingredients

1 cup organic walnuts, chopped
1/2 cup grass-fed butter or organic coconut oil
1/2 cup organic almond butter
1/2 cup organic chocolate powder
1/4 cup sugar-free sweetener of choice (monk fruit, xylitol, erythritol, stevia)
1 1/2 teaspoon organic vanilla
1/4 teaspoon sea salt

Instructions

  1. Line a loaf pan with parchment paper.
  2. In a medium pan, melt oil over low heat.
  3. Once oil is melted, use a whisk to stir in almond butter.
  4. Add the rest of the ingredients and mix well.
  5. Pour mixture in to loaf pan.
  6. Smooth out the top of the fudge.
  7. Place the fudge in the fridge and allow to harden.
  8. Cut in to squares of desired size and serve.

 

How did your fudge turn out? Let us know if the comments below!

8 Comments

  1. Tex says:

    So, how many carbs does this fudge have per serving? I’m on the keto zone diet and need to keep up with my carbs.

  2. Norma Cusumano says:

    I am following the modified Mediterranean diet, but assume this recipe for fudge would be okay in moderation, so I am going to make it. Thanks

  3. P.J. Holt says:

    How many carbs?

  4. gloria roney says:

    I am new to keto so my family is alergic to “all -tree-nuts (they have EDS) what would be a good substitute for almond butter,could i use coconut butter instead, coconut milk and butter are safe for them ?

  5. Larry And Jean Valdes says:

    You need to say which kind os stevia. I would think it is the green ground leaves. The white pure stevia would be too strong with 1/4 cup.

  6. I made it today! I think 1 tsp is too much salt for the salt overpowered the sweetness. Next time I will cut it down to around 1/4 tsp and increase the sweetness, then maybe sprinkle mire sea salt on top

  7. Joan says:

    Watch the salt! One teaspoon made it very salty. I don’t know if I can even eat it !!!

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