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Fudge is the definition of culinary perfection. It can be crunchy or soft. Chewy or smooth. Rich or simple. And the list of flavors you can add is endless. From chocolate to lemon and salt to vanilla, even if you completely mess up the recipe by undercooking or overcooking, you’re still guaranteed to be left with a delicious treat. Don’t even get us started on the additions to can have either. Oreos. Freeze dried fruit. Raisins … oh man, rum and raisin fudge is SO good.
But right now we have to crush your dreams. Because if you’re trying to limit your carbohydrates and increase your protein, fudge is off limits. So, for individuals following the keto or Atkins diet, it’s a case of saying, “Bye, Bye. I hope I don’t see you in my dreams because otherwise, I might eat my pillow.”
These little nutty chunks are ultimate fat bombs and are perfect if you’re desperate to get your macros in check. For example, out of the 130 calories that they contain, each piece has 87% of fatty deliciousness. Result! Furthermore, as they contain 0.5 grams of sugar and 0.5 grams of net carbs, they’re perfect for absolutely everyone. Even if you’re not watching your weight or lowering your sugar, these bad boys are wonderfully addictive!
Convinced you to get in the kitchen yet? We thought so. Remember, let us know how you get on in the comments. We always love to hear your experiences and if you manage to think of any other ingredients worth adding, but we think this keto peanut butter fudge fat bombs recipe is near perfection!
If Peanut Butter Fudge Fat Bombs aren’t your thing, then be sure to try out our Almond Joy Fat Bombs!
- First up, you put your coconut oil into a bowl and put it in the microwave until it is melted. About 1.5-2 minutes should do it.
- Next you mix in your stevia, followed by your peanut butter, and the delicious seeds from you vanilla pod. (If you have never used vanilla pods you can see how to here: How to Seed a Vanilla Pod)
- Stir the mixture until all the ingredients are mixed well and you should be left with a nice creamy batter. Line a baking tray with parchment paper, and pour in your mix, making sure to fill the tray into the corners.
- Sprinkle some chopped nuts on top for garnish if you wish. We used peanuts but you can use whatever you want. Pop it into the fridge and let it set for about two hours, and you are ready to go! Chop it up into bite sized pieces and enjoy!