Keto Recipes - Created Date : 4.11.2019

No Bake Keto Peanut Butter Chocolate Bars

No Bake Keto Peanut Butter Chocolate Bars



No Bake Keto Peanut Butter Chocolate Bars

My hubby loves Reese’s Cups, but obviously, those aren’t keto friendly. I’ve tried making various recipes I found on Pinterest, but many ended up tasting like peanut butter flavored coconut oil. Last week I decided I’d try my hand at a batch of No Bake Keto Peanut Butter Chocolate Bars and they turned out amazingly delicious! In fact, after 22 years of marriage, my hubby got down on one knee and proposed to me again after taking a bite.

I’ve included step by step pictures below to illustrate how quickly these come together.

I loved the added texture that crunchy peanut butter added to the No-Bake Keto Peanut Butter Chocolate Bars, but you can use creamy if you prefer. My favorite natural peanut butter is Smucker’s Natural.

Make sure that all the ingredients are combined thoroughly.

You can line your baking dish with parchment paper to make clean up even easier. If not, make sure to grease your baking dish carefully.

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Microwave for 30 seconds, then stir. If it is not completely melted microwave in 15-second intervals stirring between until it is. Make sure to always stir as it will continue to melt when you stir it. Do not overcook or the chocolate will become hard and will not spread.

Remove the baking pan from the freezer and spread the pour the chocolate layer on top of the peanut butter layer then using a spatula spread it evenly.

Return to the freezer for several hours or overnight to allow the No Bake Keto Peanut Butter Bars to setup. Once they have set up you can store either in the freezer or the fridge. We tried ours both ways and they are delicious!

Notes

The sugar alcohols in both the Monkfruit and Lily's Chocolate bar are not included in the nutritional information since most subtract to calculate net carbs.

These look so good! I have 1 question, you list the carbs as 5, is that net or would it be 2 net after the fiber is subtracted? I was thinking you probably already subtracted the fiber since 2 seems not enough but a girl can hope ?? Either way they are making an appearance! Thanks for your great recipes, my hubby & I enjoy a lot of them!

Typically, the conversion is 4x as much, but I’m not sure if that conversion would work in this recipe since I don’t use much coconut flour. I haven’t tested it with almond flour so I can’t say for sure.

Oh…my…YUM!!!! Tasted just like a Reece’s Cup. Even my non-low-carb husband loved them. We were sad yesterday when we finished the batch. They were easy to make and will likely be a regular in our house!

Hi, thanks for the easy to make recipe. I use the dark chocolate chips but didn’t have quite enough to cover a 9 x 9 pan. Also, once everything was frozen and I tried to cut into the peanut butter bars, I was not able to make them look quite as great as yours do in the picture. Any suggestions for cutting into the frozen dessert? Thanks



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