Simply the best and easiest chocolate walnut keto fudge you will ever find. Even my 8 year old whips this up. He has also on occasion omitted the walnuts and added peppermint flavouring instead - genius boy!
Now with a new cooking video so you can see for yourself how easy it is to make chocolate and walnut keto fudge.
Chocolate Walnut Keto Fudge
I know we are trying to give up the sweet taste and sweet foods, but every now and again we crave something and I'd rather have a sugar free version at hand than a high carb alternative. These chocolate and walnut keto fudge squares are really quick to make and incredibly simple. Also for some people starting out, having a low carb sweet treat may be just the thing to get them started, or get them interested.Only 1.1g net carbs. Amazing walnut keto fudge. So easy and takes only 5 minutes to make.
They take only 10 minutes to prepare, then pop them in the fridge to set (or heaven forbid you eat some of the mixture as soon as it is made 😉 ). I added walnuts because it seems that is the number one addition you guys add to my chocolate mint truffles and my nut free keto brownie, so I thought a walnut fudge recipe was required here.
What flavour would you like me to develop next? Leave a comment at the end of the post.
UPDATE - it appears some people are making this with spreadable, or tub, cream cheese and it is not setting. You must use the regular Philadelphia cream cheese in a block for the best results. Another tip, to speed up the fudge to set, pop it in the freezer then you have a quick frozen treat/dessert.
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Walnut Keto Fudge Recipe
- Mix the softened butter and the softened cream cheese until there are no lumps.
- Add the cocoa, sweetener and vanilla. Mix thoroughly.
- Add the walnuts and gently mix.
- Place into a lined dish, or plate. Put in the fridge to set.
- Slice and serve.
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