If it's too thin, you can add coconut flour, one teaspoon at a time, until it thickens up. Hi Mary, Yes, you can, but they’d be less flavorful. Again, freeze briefly to set. Your email address will not be published. I always have some in my freezer. Why take them trick or treating if you’re just going to take all the candy away? per cup. If you still want to use it, grind it into a fine powder first as it’s granulated and would be gritty in peanut butter cups. I figured I better ask you as you are the expert. Hi Riley, please find the nutritional information below per one peanut butter cup: Calories: 187 | Fat: 18g | Total Carbs: 14g | Net Carbs: 3g | Fiber: 11g | Sugar: 0.1g | Protein: 3g Thank you! Making these tonight for sure! It’s used for melting into other things in recipes, but in a recipe like this where it’s primarily pure chocolate, it doesn’t work well. Should I spray the liners with a non stick spray? These look awesome! Wow..peanut butter, chocolate cups that too keto..I’m sold! For the bottom chocolate layer, heat half of the chocolate (5 oz, 142 g) and half of the coconut oil (2 … If that happens, you'll have to start over. Hi Shirley, There is an alternate recipe listed in the post for how to make peanut butter cups without a chocolate bar. The ratios look perfect from chocolate to peanut butter. Simply use the code "CRAVEABLE" at checkout. Get 50 classic, easy keto recipes for your holiday table this year, including main dishes, sides, desserts, and more! The amount of stevia I add equals about 2 tablespoons of sugar. Recipe Mix in ½ tablespoon avocado oil and ¼ teaspoon stevia glycerite. Heat in the microwave in 30-second intervals, stirring well between each interval, until fully melted. These were amazing!!! Heat your non-stick pan or griddle to about 350° F. Place your oil in the pan to melt, and coat the surface. Let me know if you try using less! I tried it with dark chocolate with sweetener and added coconut flour as didn’t have peanut flour. It’s like the most perfect combination of a Reese’s cup and chocolate covered espresso beans! The filling shouldn't be crazy thick -. Melt the coconut oil in a medium bowl and then whisk in the vanilla, sugar free maple syrup, sea salt and unsweetened cocoa powder. I haven’t tried a cauliflower + peanut butter + chocolate combo! Hey There! I am so glad to hear they turned out so well for you . Freeze the muffin trays for 5-10 minutes. When we transitioned to a low-carb diet, I promised him that I would find a way to make a keto alternative. Thank you so much for taking the time to post the recipe. It’s powdered peanut butter (right?) Can I use Truvia which is a combination of stevia and erythritol in the same amount of 4 tsp? These will last several weeks stored in an airtight container in the fridge. Hi Vanessa, The peanut flour gives the filling a bit of structure. I got it from my Bloglovin’ Daily Digest via email. event : event, Ultra smooth and creamy peanut butter crack- Use the minimal amount of coconut flour and keep the fudge in the freezer (like freezer fudge!). By accessing or using this website, you agree to abide by the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. and added some mct oil and its good. The recipe card is below! The amount of stevia would depend on which brand you use and how pure it is. Unfortunately, as with most commercial candies, health was an afterthought when they picked the ingredients. Published: Oct 6, 2020 Modified: Nov 12, 2020 By: Cassidy Stauffer Word Count: 959 words. These look SO GOOD! Thanks for this great recipe! Most of our recipes are low-carb (or keto) and gluten-free, but some are not. Get the full low carb pantry shopping list, browse low carb product discounts, and visit my Amazon Shop! I’ve made these twice and we’re super yummy!! Amount per serving. What if i don’t have coconut flour? The brand I use contains organic peanuts, palm oil, sugar and sea salt. Makes 9 mini peanut butter cups. Hi, I used sugar-free Hershey’s chocolate chips, is that bad? Then I realized…these are not chocolate. I didn’t add the sweetener and cracked a bit of salt on top! Turned out great. Highly recommend!!! Are peanut butter and peanut flour “keto”? I have never thought about peanut butter cups being a healthy option, this is insane, thank you so much!!!! Evenly distribute a thin chocolate layer to the top of each peanut butter layer. Love Reese’s peanut butter cups but honestly, this healthier version is just as delicious. Hi Cindy, I don’t recommend these for low carb or keto, because they contain maltitol which spikes insulin. So glad you found it! Store the peanut butter cups in the fridge, in an airtight container, for up to a week. Line a mini muffin pan with 9 mini liners. What was wrong with me? Thank you so much! Then you can work on the peanut butter cups candy in between. Thanks for sharing your substitutions with us, Jenny! Thanks for all the recipes you post… I’m new to keto and have a huge sweet tooth I’m dying to try some of your recipes. However, it should be a little bit runny, not crazy thick! Reducing the coconut oil should be fine, or if you use refined coconut oil that should cut back on the coconut taste too . You don’t have to use it, but your peanut butter filling might be a little runny when you bite into one. Do I need to use flour? They were messy though when I ate them and wondered if using avocado oil might work better? I suggest looking for refined coconut oil, which is a lot more neutral in flavor. So my best bet would be to just not make them. Cassidy is a stay-at-home mom of two and is the founder of Cassidy's Craveable Creations. So I mixed them with coconut oil and was trying to get them to melt down. Enjoy! I didn’t have much coconut oil left so i replaced with lard. This creates the chocolate shell for both the sides and the top of the cups. FOLLOW ME on Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, or E-Mail to find more delicious food! Plus, they're suuuuper easy and taste just as good as the original! https://www.fittoservegroup.com/keto-peanut-butter-chocolate-cookies Microwave the peanut butter to soften it and make it pourable, about 20 seconds. Let me know if you give it another try! Place 24 large cupcake liners inside 2 muffin trays. Place the cupcake tray into the refrigerator for 30 minutes or until set completely. After you confirm, you'll receive a link to the Members Area where you can download the book, plus I'll email you the quick start guide! Thanks! It should fill pretty much to the top. Hi Jewel, Sorry that happened! Tastes + acts like sugar! Thanks for the recipe. I plan to make these and put them in a special box for my husband for Valentine’s Day. Keep in mind that the chocolate will get hard when it’s chilled. And yes, a cupcake muffin pan with parchment liners is exactly what I used. It will spread a little into a circle, but not quite reach the edges, which is what you want.