A super easy recipe to make some keto white chocolate! I can’t believe how easy it is! This chocolate is full of fat and has barely if any carbs!
The trick to making this delicious treat is to use a bain marie – or double boiler – when melting the cocoa butter. If you don’t you risk burning the chocolate and trust me, it tastes AWFUL.
When you go to cool the chocolate, you can also add a bunch of different things to give it some texture. When I poured the chocolate for cooling, I added some almonds, cinnamon, and cayenne pepper, but the options are limitless! Hazelnuts would be YUMMY.
The macros I used for this recipe is for the FULL thing. So when you divy it up, you’ll have to figure out the specific macros.
If you like this recipe, make sure to check out my keto baked donuts, keto fried donuts or my favourite keto Mississippi mud pie.
Keto White Chocolate
A super easy recipe to make some white chocolate! I can't believe how easy it is! This chocolate is full of fat and has barely if any carbs!
- 8oz Cacao butter
- 4-5 tbsp powdered sugar substitute (I used Swerve)
- Any toppings you want, such as cayenne pepper, almonds etc.
Heat up your cacao butter using a bain marie. Once the cacao butter has melted and is a nice yellow colour, add in your sugar substitute and whisk until it is all mixed together.
Pour the mix into molds or a parchment paper lined baking sheet. Freeze or refrigerate until the chocolate is a nice white colour. Approx 2-3 hours.
Nutritional Information per ENTIRE chocolate
- CALS: 2000
- FAT: 224
- CARBS: 0
- FIBRE: 0
- PROTEIN: 0
This is how real white chocolate is supposed to be made! Cheap white chocolate is full of milk and cheap oils.
I would like to use this as a drizzle for decoration. Wondered if I could add a liquid exteact for flavor?