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|Calories180Calories from Fat170|
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|Calories from Fat170|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Barbara Jo Waitman 6 months ago
I added some nuts and this fudge was excellent, I would definitely make again. Just one piece took care of my sweet tooth.
Nicole Vogel 9 months ago
Initially they taste good, but because of the amount of swerve used they have a bad after taste especially if you drink water after.
Hollie Mendelowitz a year ago
First try, new to keto but it turned out really well. There is a slight after taste, but my friends who tried it didn’t seem to think so. I only need a bite size every so often, so I’m freezing at least 1/2 the batch. I may try a different sweetener next time. I was surprised how well it tasted. Thank You!
Médéryk LC a year ago
Very good, smooth and sweet
Gary B. a year ago
I added pecans and used half of the stevia it calls for, turned out good.
Tonole a year ago
A LOT of butter. Would be good with nuts or mint extract.
Cowley a year ago
Partner and I are doing keto and this is our 2nd batch. Love!
Tiffany B. a year ago
Came out really well! All of my coworkers said it was amazing!
June 2 years ago
I made 2 batches of this fudge. The first time as recipe is given and it was a bit too sweet for me. So I will cut down on swerve next time. The second time I substituted 8 oz (by weight) of coconut oil for the butter, 5.5 oz of swerve but was still too sweet for my taste. I think I'll use another reviewer's suggestion and try monk fruit next. Both times I made the fudge using 6 oz of Lindt 78% cocoa dark chocolate bars chopped in pieces. Very happy with the depth of chocolate in the final result. For those who enjoy the taste of coconut oil as I do you might try it as an alternative to the butter. I thought the butter taste a bit overwhelming in the original batch. I'm also going to try combining the butter and coconut oil - 4oz of each - for a milder buttery coconut flavor I added chopped pecans the second time. Put all ingredients together in microwave safe bowl, nuke and stir 30 seconds at a time on 50% power, just until melted and blended. I pour melted mixture into silicone molds with square sections so I don't even have to cut it. The end results for both was smooth, silky, fudgy wiith no separation of ingredients at all. This keto fudge is easily adapted to individual tastes, super fast to make - no time at all from microwave to freezer with a minimum of cleanup needed.
Brian W. 2 years ago
very good. i suggest using munk fruit rather than swerve. textures and taste was a lot better in my opinion.
Makayla T 2 years ago
I’ve never made fudge and this was so easy! Perfect for dark chocolate lovers. Might try adding sugar free peanut butter next:)
Adams 2 years ago
excellent! will make again
Terri 2 years ago
Loved it So forgiving lol And is great for a chocolate craving
Siebert 2 years ago
Does have the consistency of fudge, a little on the buttery side, but still very satisfying as a keto recipe. I used splenda as the sweetner. Not sure the comparison to regular sugar, but should of added at least another 2oz as it was still on the bitter side. Will be making again with a bit more splenda.
Nicole Corzine 2 years ago
Good. It was good. I didn’t use baking chocolate but I used simi-sweet morsels and it was good. Also might have accidentally put in a little to much heavy whipping cream because I spilled some... BUT WHATEVER!!! It still turned out great.
Jessica Walker 2 years ago
For no sugar and low carb this was great!! turned out perfect.
Cloey Griffiths 2 years ago
This turned out great. I only had 4 oz of baking chocolate and it turned out amazing. For a Keto desert it was very good!
Melissa L. 2 years ago
Is there some trick to keep the ingredients from separating when you chill it? The butter went to the top in an unappetizing top layer so I couldn't serve it.
RockstarFoodie 2 years ago
Fantastic!!! Loved every bite. Added walnuts for crunch.
Mandi 2 years ago
I love this so much. I found that it did not have an "alternative" taste, but tasted just like the decadent fudge I'd expect to buy commercially. Serving size is quite generous so it really satisfies the sweet tooth and is worth the (still relatively low) amount of calories. I only had five ounces of chocolate so I used one ounce of peanut butter too and that was a perfect amount for me.
Hebbourn 2 years ago
This recipe is wonderful! Tastes great and very low carb. Thank-you
Mike Ward 2 years ago
The batch I made turned out great. I will definitely make it again.
Huey 2 years ago
I will need to try again, it was inedible with a very bitter taste. I will try a different sweetener next time.
PJ 2 years ago
My third attempt worked... The first attempt I used swerve for the sweetener and it had a terrible after taste. Second try I used Splenda but had too much cocoa (didn’t have the Unsweetened chocolate bar) ... Third try, had unsweetened chocolate bar and used a mixture of xylitol and Splenda and added 1/2 cup chopped pecans. Even though the butter separated in the refrigerator and it looks weird and taste delicious. Not really sure why the butter separated. Any clues?
Rita B. 2 years ago
This was delicious! Even my non-keto family loves it. I will definitely make it again.
Devin Alvarado-Sanchez 2 years ago
Pretty good. This fudge has that diet taste but it satisfies the sweet craving.
Geanne B 2 years ago
This is just fantastic! I've already made a second batch!
Sara 2 years ago
It’s good! I’m making again!
Yummly User 2 years ago
Delicious. Kept it in freezer so it kept a harder consistency..
Lissie & Jordan 2 years ago
Im not a big fan of keto but this fudge wqs AMAZING!!!!!