Maple Nut Fudge! THM S

Maple Nut Fudge! Low Carb, Keto recipe! THM S compatible!
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I was inspired by keto fat-bombs. Chocolate keto fat bombs are a staple in my house. I have them, in my fridge at all times! But I wanted to play with more flavors and was thinking about how I could make a fall version. I’ve previously played with chocolate plus extracts like coconut and raspberry, and added unsweetened coconut shreds or chopped nuts. And it’s always great! I somehow strayed from chocolate and landed on Maple Nut Fudge.
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This is a quick and easy recipe really delivers! It keeps great in the fridge and they make a quick in between meal snack to lessen your chances of being hangry! I also use it to finish an S meal, and soothe my sweet tooth!
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Take 1/2c coconut oil (refined or unrefined!) and melt it. Stir in 2 T natural no sugar added peanut butter, 2 T defatted peanut flour, 1-2 packets of truvia, 1 tsp maple extract! I pour into candy molds and sprinkle with mixed nuts! But you could pour it into a small parchment lined pan, sprinkle with mixed nuts and cut it like traditional fudge. I keep these babies in the fridge and I enjoy them cold! Storing at room temp results in a messy snack.

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Published by livelovesisters

We are two sisters who grew up in the Mid-West. We have a passion for natural living and home making.

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