When I perfected Keto Twix bars a few months back, I was quick to proclaim them as my new favorite chocolate bars. But they may have just been surpassed by these!
A few notes about these bars — I store and eat these straight out of the freezer, however you can also store them in the fridge. The homemade keto caramel may be a little runnier if stored in the fridge, but the chocolate coating will hold it in place. Alternatively you can cook the keto caramel longer to make it thicker if you prefer.
When coating the bars, you need to work quickly. One option to get the nicest, smoothest coating is to sit the bars on a wire rack and pour the chocolate over the bars. This prevents pooling around the bottom edges, although it can get a bit messy underneath!
Alternatively, you can turn this into a slice instead of making bars like I did in this Keto Caramel Slice. To do this, simply halve the amount of chocolate, melt as normal, and pour over the low-carb caramel peanut layer.
Are Peanuts a Healthy Keto Option?
Just like other legumes, peanuts contain anti-nutrients that can reduce their nutritional value and may cause health issues in susceptible individuals. Soaking and/or cooking peanuts, choosing organic peanuts or peanut butter, and limiting portion sizes and frequency are key to maximising their benefits while reducing potential risks.
Serving size bar
Allergy information for Keto Snickers Bars
✔ Gluten free
✔ Dairy free
✔ Egg free
✔ Nightshade free
✔ Pork free
✔ Avocado free
✔ Fish free
✔ Shellfish free
✔ Beef free
Nutritional values (per serving, bar)
Net carbs3.7 grams
Calories from carbs 8%, protein 7%, fat 85%
Total carbs5 gramsFiber1.3 gramsSugars1.4 gramsSaturated fat9.4 gramsSodium33 mg(1% RDA)Magnesium52 mg(13% RDA)Potassium168 mg(8% EMR)
Ingredients (makes 20 bars)
Caramel peanut layer:
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