A delicious dairy-free Low Carb Coconut Chocolate Fudge made with coconut oil and almond or coconut milk is creamy chocolate heaven! This low carb coconut chocolate fudge makes a tasty fat bomb snack. – You must try this recipe.
This dairy-free low carb coconut chocolate fudge recipe is one of those super simple recipes that take less than five minutes to prepare.
You literally just dump all the ingredients into a food processor or blender then spread it out in a parchment paper-lined container. It hardens up in the refrigerator within an hour and then can be cut into squares and enjoyed.
I’ve been looking for ways to eat more coconut oil and this dairy-free coconut chocolate fudge recipe contains a good amount of this healthy oil. Because it’s so cold where we live, I have to soften up the oil a bit before using it as it’s way too hard at room temperature.
If I were pouring this fudge into molds, I would melt the oil first, but since I’m spreading it in a pan, I just microwaved a bit to soften the oil as I didn’t want the mixture to be too thin.
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Erythritol carbs are not included in carb counts as it has been shown not to impact blood sugar. Net carbs are the total carbs minus fiber.
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