Need to satisfy your sweet tooth? These chocolate coconut frozen nut butter bites are perfect to keep for those times you need a sweet snack and are perfectly keto.
Slightly sweet, chocolaty and peanut buttery with a bit of a crunch. That’s how I would describe these yummy fat bombs. Almost like a keto no-bake cookie, these chocolate coconut frozen nut butter bites are perfect to keep in the freezer for those times that you need a little snack. The chia seeds add crunch and fiber and is a fun surprise in each bite!
Perfect Keto Nut Butter
This recipe came about because I needed a way to use some nut butter. It sounds silly, but I’m not much of a nut butter eater. I bought this Perfect Keto nut butter back in January when I switched from a lazy low carb diet to a ketogenic way of eating. Don’t get me wrong, this nut butter is delicious.
It is made of macadamia nuts, cashews, coconut butter, MCT oil, vanilla beans and sea salt. It’s a bit runnier than peanut butter, but it’s very tasty. The best part is that it is only 2 net carbs per two tablespoons, which is less than the equivalent amount in almond or peanut butter.
That being said, the Perfect Keto Nut Butter is a little pricey, so I wouldn’t buy it without having a discount… if you purchase using THIS link, you will save 15% on your order.
To sweeten the Chocolate Coconut Frozen Nut Butter Bites I used KetoseSweet+ Liquid. It’s my new favorite sweetener and I use it all the time. I love it so much that I started using the KetoseSweet+ Powder in all my baking. It doesn’t give me the cooling effect and stomach issues that the erythritol based sweeteners do. The KetoseSweet+ Liquid is similar to a simple syrup, so it’s super easy to use.
In order to get these bites uniform in size (well nearly) I finally gave in and purchased a cookie scoop. It scoops about one and a half tablespoons worth of dough. This batter is pretty sticky, so I found that it needed to be refrigerated for an hour before scooping. Having it cooled first worked perfectly.
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- Combine ingredients in a large bowl and mix with a hand mixer.
- Refrigerate dough for one hour to firm up.
- Line a baking sheet with silicone mat or parchment paper.
- Using a one and half tablespoon cookie scoop, scoop on to baking sheet.
- Freeze for an hour. Then keep frozen until ready to eat.
Carb count: 3.7 g total carbs - 1.9 g fiber - 0.2 g allulose = 1.6 g net carbs per piece
The allulose in the sweetener is not digested and is non-glycemic, but per the FDA has to be listed as a sugar. It can be subtracted from the total carbohydrate count the same way fiber is.
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 20 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 102Total Fat: 9.6gSaturated Fat: 5.1gCholesterol: 7.8mgSodium: 40.3mgCarbohydrates: 3.7gFiber: 1.9gSugar: 0.79gProtein: 2.16g
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