Are you even allowed to eat chocolate on a keto diet?
Sadly, standard grocery store chocolate and chocolate candy bars are NOT keto friendly. They are loaded with sugar. One small candy bar has more than a weeks worth of carbs for someone on a keto diet.
While there are some keto friendly chocolate brands out there, they are extremely expensive. Luckily, you can purchase our delicious Keto BHB Chocolate Powder for less than $25! One bottle has 15 servings, so you can make plenty of keto crunch bars without breaking the bank.
What I love about these candy bars is how much they taste like the real thing. Ever tried a crunch bar? I made a bunch of these for my friends, and everyone claimed they tasted like a keto friendly crunch bar!
How to make chocolate keto crunch bars
- (1 1/2 cups) Essential Supplements Keto BHB Chocolate Powder
- (1/2 cup) Sugar free maple syrup | Note: Skip the expensive store-bought kind, and make your own keto maple syrup.
- (1/4 cup) Coconut oil | Note: Choose the refined variety to avoid any coconut flavor.
- (1 cup) Almond butter | Note: Peanut butter and nut-free alternatives also work.
- (3 cups) Crushed nuts and seeds (Optional, but makes them taste like keto crunch bars.)
- Line an 8 x 8-inch baking dish with parchment paper and set aside.
- In a microwave-safe bowl or stovetop, combine your chocolate, almond butter, sticky sweetener and optional coconut oil and melt until combined.
- Add your nuts/seeds of choice and mix until fully combined.
- Pour the chocolate mix into the lined baking dish and spread out using a spatula. Refrigerate or freeze until firm.
- Slice into chocolate bars.
- Prep Time: 1 minute
- Cook Time: 1 minute
- Servings: 20 bars
- Calories: 149kcal
Expert tips for success
Microwave the mixture in 20-second spurts, or you risk the chocolate burning. Avoid using chocolate chips, as they don’t melt anywhere near as well as our chocolate BHB powder. Finally, for a fun twist, let the chocolate set in candy molds!
Storing and freezing instructions
To store: This keto chocolate is stable at room temperature in a sealable container. It will keep well for up to four weeks. If you’d like it to keep longer, store it in the refrigerator.
To freeze: You can place any leftovers in a ziplock bag, and store it in the freezer for up to six months.
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