Keto Chocolate & Mint Fudge

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Who doesn’t love fudge, especially this time of year when the holidays are fast approaching? This Keto Cacao Nib Mint Fudge is perfectly sweet and festive without the typical sugar rush and crash.

This fudge is also a great source of healthy fats from almond butter and coconut oil. It’s very filling and provides a great energy boost, especially with the added dark chocolate!

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Nutritional values (per serving, 1 piece)

3.2 grams 3.4 grams 5.1 grams 21.5 grams 10.1 grams 231 calories
Total Carbs6.6grams
Net Carbs3.2grams
of which Saturated10.1grams
Magnesium60mg (15% RDA)
Potassium349mg (17% EMR)

Macronutrient ratio: Calories from carbs (6%), protein (9%), fat (85%)

Ingredients (makes 12 servings)

Note: Sweetener can be used to taste. Here's a list of suitable low-carb sweeteners.


  1. Chop the chocolate into small shards. Keto Chocolate & Mint Fudge
  2. Place all ingredients, except cacao nibs, in a small pot over low heat. Melt together stirring frequently to prevent scorching. Keto Chocolate & Mint Fudge
  3. Once melted pour the mixture into a 5 x 7 inch (13 x 18 cm) glass dish, you can line the dish with parchment paper for easy cleanup and serving if desired. Keto Chocolate & Mint Fudge
  4. Top with cacao nibs and chill until set. Keto Chocolate & Mint Fudge
  5. Slice into 12 or more squares to serve. Keep in the fridge for up to 2 weeks. Keto Chocolate & Mint Fudge
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Your recipes are great!!! Just wanted to confirm that the almond butter you recommend for this recipe is also salt-free. Thanks for all you do!


Thank you for your kind words!


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    Is there away to incorporate cocoa butter so that it is more stable at room temperature


Hi Lynda, yes, you can partially or fully substitute the coconut oil with cocoa butter. To make it room temperature stable, I'd fully substitute coconut oil with cocoa butter.


It says to put everything except the chocolate - looks like a step has been missed?


Hi Lindsay, it is "except the cacao nibs" (not chocolate) - the chocolate is melted and the cacao nibs are aded in step 4. I hope this helps!


Hey Martina,
Would you happen to be planning an instant pot recipe book?


Hi Jasmine, I haven't planned any book for next year yet. There will be another book (Beginner's Keto Cookbook + guide) in spring 2018. I think I do need a break after writing 5 books 😊


Can you make this without the nutbutter? Just leave it out, or does it contribute to the body of the fudge?


I wouldn't leave it out as it makes it creamy. You could use coconut butter or any seed butter if you are avoiding nuts. I hope this helps!


"Nutritional values (per serving, 1 piece)"
What is the weight of one piece?


That will be the total weight divided by 12 (I did not weigh is but it can easily be calculated).


That fudge looks so delicious!