I’m not on a strict Keto diet, but I try to incorporate it in my diet as much as I can. I do pretty well for the most part eliminating starches, but my sweet tooth usually gets the best of me, and as much as I try to tell myself that “a little is ok,” my definition of “a little” is normally misconstrued.
I came across a recipe by The Diet Chef. Joe Duff is the mastermind behind The Diet Chef and he has easy, delicious keto recipes. What’s even better, he has a lot of desert recipes–all keto, low to zero sugar recipes, and they taste AMAZING!
One of my favorite is his Keto Brownie Bites. It is such an easy recipe for a quick sweet “fix.” I’ve tweaked his recipe a little bit, but for the most part, it was inspired by his recipe.
NOTE: I highly recommend using coconut flour instead of Almond flour. It’s better for the gut and digestive system. It is also important to use the confectioners sugar Monk Fruit. Since this is a no-bake recipe, using regular Monk Fruit sugar will be too crunchy because it doesn’t melt or dissolve into the ingredients. Don’t forget to sift your confectioner’s sugar!
Don’t feel guilty! Less than 5 net carbs per bite!
Here’s the recipe. I also used salted almond butter because I like the mix of sweet and salty nutty taste of almonds. It doesn’t have to be salted, but make sure it’s creamy.