Even though stores are increasingly stocking keto choices, I still appreciate the fact that I can make this dessert at home. When it comes to marketing new keto foods, candy and desserts appear to be last on the list of priorities.
Even while this isn’t exactly a staple dish, it’s good to be able to indulge occasionally while following a ketogenic diet. Additionally, these fake keto Kit Kats prevent me from making the error of succumbing to non-keto temptation while shopping!
One of my favorite recipes is for keto candy bars!
You will be cooking these keto Kit Kat bars with reduced carbs repeatedly because they are so wonderful.
A chocolate-covered crisp keto-friendly cookie.
Everyone enjoys these tasty and delicious homemade keto candy bars.
With this recipe for keto chocolate candy bars, you truly can’t go wrong.
Making your own keto candy eliminates the need to purchase premade keto treats.
A low-carb, sugar-free, and gluten-free candy bar that is really simple to create.
Check out this low-carb dish if you’re following a ketogenic diet and have a yearning for candy bars.
These gluten-free, low-carb, and low-keto homemade Kit Kat bars are quick and simple to make. Crispy, delectable, and free of sugar!
I’m a chocoholic and can never say no to chocolate. I make sure to have something healthy and sweet on hand for when the craving strikes.
The taste and nutritional value of homemade kit kat bars far exceed those of store-bought versions. These are excellent to prepare in advance and keep in the refrigerator for when cravings strike. You only need a few materials and 20 minutes to prepare them!
Why This Recipe Will Be Popular
A nutritious Kit Kat recipe!
Ideal for satisfying cravings for sweets!
Making ahead is simple!
On the move, enjoy!
What you’ll require
Any brand of almond flour can be used as the foundation for the bars.
Any brand of baking powder will do.
Melt butter in the microwave.
You only need one ounce of cream cheese, but make sure it is at room temperature. For around 15 to 30 minutes, I normally leave it out on the counter.
Confectioners sugar alternative – I used Lakanto Monkfruit Powdered Sweetener for this recipe, but you can use any brand.
Vanilla extract: To help with the addition of a little sweetness.
Lakanto or Choc Zero are my favourite brands of sugar-free baking chips, but you may use any brand as long as they are sugar-free.
Keto Kit Kat
- One teaspoon of coconut oil
- 1/3 cup of baking chips without sugar
- Vanilla extract, 1 teaspoon
- 3 Tablespoons of replacement for confectioners' sugar
- 2 1 ounce of room temperature softened cream cheese
- 2 tablespoons of melted butter
- 1/4 cup almond flour
- 1/2 tsp. baking powder
- Set the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Almond flour, melted butter, cream cheese, baking soda, confectioners' powdered sugar, and vanilla extract should all be combined in a medium basin. Blend ingredients with a hand mixer until well combined.
- In 4 moulds, press dough. Bake for EIGHT to TEN minutes.
- Remove from silicone mould after everything has totally cooled.
- Each candy bar piece should be delicately split in half lengthwise to create long, thin pieces that resemble Kit Kat bars.
- On a baking sheet, place the cut cookie bars and broil for 1–2 minutes or until crisp.
- For an hour to set up, place the cookie sheet with the cookie bars in the freezer.
- Mix(small microwave-safe bowl) Baking chips and coconut oil. Till the chips are melted and smooth, microwave in increments of 30 seconds. Together, blend.
- On the cookie sheet, spread out a piece of parchment paper. Melted chocolate should be used to dip the cookie strips. Place the extra chocolate on parchment paper after trimming it.
- Place for 30 minutes in the freezer. Take away and relish!