Lets be honest here – I have a special weak spot for chocolate. These Keto Fudge Bites are perfect to satisfy my cravings! They are a smooth, creamy chocolate with a hint of coffee flavour sure to satisfy your sweet tooth too!
I tend to be very selective of where I use my daily carbs and where I “splurge” I usually have my sweets in the evening after dinner as that is when I crave something sugary. And let me tell you that sweet tooth of mine is strong, and these little Keto Fudge Bites are quite satisfying.
These are so simple to make, mixed all in one bowl, and the best part is you can't whip them too much – the more you whip, the lighter they are. Perfect fluffy little treats for dessert!
You can whip these up and spread them on a parchment paper lined pan, refrigerate, remove, and cut into squares. Or you can put them in an icing bag and pipe them onto parchment paper or a silicon baking mat. Refrigerate or freeze for later! I hope you love these little sweet bites as much as I do.
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Keto Fudge Bites
- Prep Time
- 5 minutes
- low carb
- 12 Rosette
- Karami Urbanoski
- 4 oz Cream Cheese block, not spreadable
- 1/2 cup butter - softened
- 2 tbsp swerve (blended until a fine powder)
- 2 tsp vanilla
- 1 tsp espresso instant coffee (Optional)
- 3 tbsp Cocoa Powder
- In a deep bowl beat the cream cheese until fluffy and creamy
- Soften the butter a little - But you do not want it runny.
- Add the butter to the beaten cream cheese mixture and beat well.
- Add the remaining ingredients to the cream cheese mixture.
- Note: Take the swerve and blend it in a blender, or a bullet mixer to try and make it a fine powder instead of granular. When using the swerve it does not dissolve well so it is best if powdered. Measure 2 tbsp before you grind it.
- It is best to use a whisk attachment for your blender if it has one, as this makes it the fluffiest. If not, just beat the mixture for 3-4 minutes.
- You can then spread this flat onto parchment paper and refrigerate for several hours. Remove from fridge and cut into 1" squares.
- Or you can put this into a decorating bag and pipe onto parchment paper or a silicone baking mat.
- Put them in the fridge to harden for several hours. Or you can put them in the freezer for 3-4 hours removing them and putting in a container leaving frozen for little snacks later. (I love them frozen as they slowly melt in your mouth!)
All calories and info are based on a third party calculator and are only an estimate. Actual nutritional info will vary with brands used, your measuring methods, portion sizes and more.
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I have Serve Confectioners Sugar. How much would I need to use since it is already fine ground?
Karami Urbanoski says
I have not yet used the swerve confectioners sugar, but I would start with one tablespoon then taste it. If it needs a bit more add another 1/2 tablespoon until it is sweet enough to your liking. Swerve confectioners sugar is on my list to get this week, I cant wait to use it!
Was an ingredient forgotten in this recipe… no mention made of any chocolate?
Karami Urbanoski says
My apologies! Yes I forgot to put the most important part – The cocoa in the recipe list. I have added it now on the website. Thanks for your keen eyes!