How To Make Keto Milk Chocolate | Keto Milk Chocolate Recipe | Fat Bomb

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You asked for it, I made it. This recipe for a keto milk chocolate is inspired by the cost of finding keto friendly chocolates. It’s not too difficult to make, much cheaper, and allows you to make whatever types of chocolate that you want! I hope you all enjoy this keto milk chocolate recipe!

Chocolate Recipe:

Servings: 19 ( about 1 ounce)
Macros per serving:
Calories: 185
Fat: 19g
Protein: 3g
Net Carbs: 2g
Total Carbs: 7g
Fiber: 1g
Sugar Alcohols: 4g

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  1. Just tried it with a 1/3 of the recipe (just in case it didn't work out plus I don't have the molds) and it's delicious! They don't sell HWC powder but I did have full fat lactose free powdered milk. Mine came out more like 65-75% dark chocolate rather than a milk chocolate, what do you recommend? Upping the milk and less of the cocoa?

  2. Actually, I just made my first batch and ended up with a VERY SLIGHTLY gritty texture after whisking the dry ingredients into the melted cacao butter. I still like the finished product. . .the overall taste and general consistency are Heavenly! I am only trying to figure out whether or not it is supposed to have this barely noticeable graininess to it. Perhaps it has something to do with the Lakanto Powdered Monkfruit Sweetener (???). I wonder if the Lakanto Pure Monkfruit 30% Extract might yield a smoother texture, as it has no erythritol but still appears to be more powdered (not granular). I have never tried it, myself, so I do not know if the taste is different or what volume adjustments may need to be made. Anyway, I followed the recipe and video to the absolute letter, and I used all of the exact same brand ingredients. I encountered no problems at all with the process (make sweets fairly often), and I even sifted all of the dry ingredients beforehand. I did not put in any nuts or other additives. So I am at a loss as to what could have gone wrong. Any suggestions or insight would be sincerely appreciated. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Major kudos. Before going keto, I played with tempering chocolate. I'd written off even trying tempered chocolate and have been just melting Bake Believe and adding coconut oil. I'm super impressed and will try this! I have everything on hand except for the lecithin, so I'll have to pick that up.

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