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  1. These are amazing. I’ve made them several times. They are a lifesaver for me because I cannot eat sugar. I used xylitol as the sugar substitute. It was granular but I ground it up in an electric spice grinder. This turned the xylitol into powder and it worked perfectly in the recipe. Thank you so much!

  2. Elviira, thank you so much for this recipe. I made this and I love it so much that I did not bother putting the chocolate on it. It is so much like peanut butter fudge. This would be great to use as fat bombs! Delicious and so easy to make! Maybe next time I will try it with the chocolate topping. Thanks again!

  3. Thank you!! These are setting up in my fridge right now. I can’t wait to taste them. I think they will be the perfect treat for this low carber for Christmas.

  4. I just found your blog, and I love how simple the recipes are! I just read the idea to add a bit of decaf instant coffee powder to the chocolate mixture. I love that idea! When I was a child my Grandmother would make the best chocolate cupcakes with peanut butter frosting. As an adult I tried to make the same recipe, and it was never the same. My Mother finally admitted that when Grandma made her peanut butter frosting, instead of using milk, she used cold coffee! Sure enough that was the taste that was missing. So I may add a bit of the coffee flavor to the peanut butter layer… I can’t wait to see what other recipes you come up with! Shannon

    • Hi Shannon, thank you for your comment and welcome on board! The idea of adding coffee to peanut butter frosting sounds intriguing, I think I’m going to try out that as well!

    • Kristina: yes, as long as you use powdered xylitol. Xylitol crystals or granules might feel gritty in the ready bars. Hope you like the recipe!

  5. These look delicious! I am wondering, have you ever tried to make a peanut butter and jam bar? One that is low carb and gluten free? I’m looking for a good recipe for those!

    • Hi Kathy! Thanks! I’ve got several ideas with peanut butter and jam, so I might publish a recipe for the bars in the future. I just have to experiment first and do some serious testing.

  6. These look just like a high carb, high sugar fudge I used to make and after trying your pumpkin muffins and cinnamon bites I can’t wait to make these later today. I’m sure I’ll love them but I’ll let you know. Thank you so much for all the work you do!

    • Thank you Margie! It’s fantastic that you have liked my recipes! Hope you like the peanut butter bars as well. I’ll wait your opinion on them 🙂

  7. Thank you for all your work on this site. I really enjoy reading the recipes. I get very interested in peanut butter and chocolate ones especially. I have intended to make a recipe and either don’t have time or an ingredient. I am trying to get my low carb pantry together. thanks.

    • Robin, thanks for your comment and your kind words. Great to hear that you like to read my blog. If you ever try my recipes in practice, please tell me how you like them!

  8. Wow, thank you for this. I am going to make this soon. I have all the ingredients. For some reason I really crave that chocolate peanut butter flavor and with Halloween coming up this will be a big help. Last year I didn’t eat any Halloween candy and I want to repeat.

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