Are you a lemon lover looking for a sweet and tangy treat that won’t derail your healthy eating goals? Look no further than this Sugar-Free Lemon Fudge recipe. If you are on the lookout for tasty treats that won’t derail your healthy eating habits, this recipe fits the bill perfectly with its bright, zippy lemon flavor and low sugar content.
Keto Pumpkin Spice Cookie Dough Balls
This magical recipe surprises you with its deliciousness and easiness to prepare. With only 5 ingredients and one bowl, you can create the most delectable fall-time treat. Indeed, there is some magic in this recipe: just watch the liquid turn into a stiff dough when you stir it!
3-Ingredient Keto Pumpkin Spice Caramel Sauce, Dip, Frosting, or Fudge Balls
If you love warm and spicy flavors, rich and creamy mouthfeel, plus easy few-ingredient one-dish recipes, this treat is for you. With only 3 ingredients, you can create either creamy caramel sauce — that you can also use as dip or frosting — or dreamy fudge balls. The choice is yours!
Orange Creamsicle Fudge
These beautifully-colored keto treats are bursting with juicy orange flavor. With the gorgeous light coral color and delicious taste, they state: “Spring is around the corner!”. This Orange Creamsicle Fudge is also very versatile. Make the fudge in a silicone pan and cut into pieces — or create gorgeous tidbits in silicone chocolate molds. You can also make cute lollipops and use them as cupcake toppers (see the instructions below)! Serve these treats for Easter — or at any time of the year as fat bombs, or when you want to treat yourself or your loved ones. Your whole family will love them!
Irresistibly Easy No-Sugar “Nutella” Fudge (Vegan)
Well, hello, all Nutella lovers! That hazelnutty, chocolatey and sublimely silky spread has millions of fans all over the world. Whole generations have been growing up on Nutella – my husband for example!
Unfortunately, as we know, this popular spread has unhealthy ingredients that are an absolute no-no on a healthy sugar-free low-carb diet. As that baddie — sugar — is the main ingredient, the carb count becomes intolerably high. And when you add all that fat (Nutella contains an ample amount of palm oil), the combination of carbs and fat is pretty toxic. Even the manufacturer claims the palm oil is not hydrogenated; all that sugar is a very legitimate reason to skip the spread if you are concerned with your health — or the health of your loved ones. There is simply no reason to feed any kid Nutella, especially when preparing healthier, better-tasting options is so unbelievably easy!
And now, it’s time to present my newest creation: Irresistibly Easy No-Sugar “Nutella” Fudge.