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Easy Keto Fudge – Simple and Easy Recipe!

Looking for an easy keto fudge recipe to help silence your sweet tooth? Look no further because this delicious low-carb fudge recipe can be made in under 10 minutes.

That’s right, it’s not only a tasty keto treat but also fast and easy to make. This no-bake keto chocolate fudge uses only a few simple ingredients.

The only heat required is for melting the butter and baking chocolate, which can be done on the stovetop or in a microwave oven.

This means you can even invite your young children to help you whip up this keto chocolate fudge recipe.

My recipe for sugar-free fudge has a secret ingredient that makes it velvety smooth. Any guesses? It’s cream cheese!

The cream cheese not only gives them a perfect consistency but also adds a little more protein and healthy fat, which are both welcomed on a low-carb diet.

In fact, my cream cheese ketogenic fudge can also be considered a fat bomb. So, you are getting a yummy treat and a great way to increase your fat macros while doing a ketogenic diet.

If you’re a fan of cream cheese, I encourage you to check out all our other keto cream cheese recipes.

And I also highly recommend my keto fudge pie for yet another rich, fudgy recipe.

Keto Fudge Cream Cheese – Easiest Recipe You Can Make

Easy Keto Fudge
Easy Keto Fudge

This girl has come a long way when it comes to embracing fat. It’s hard to believe that for years, I shunned fat to the point that my body was starving for real food.

Raised during an era where fat was greatly feared, we were urged to banish it from our diets at all costs. So we stocked our pantries full of low-fat items that turned out to be sugar-laden.

We honestly believed we were making a healthy choice. Unfortunately, our country’s health actually declined when we made the decision to go low-fat, mine included.

How did this happen? Well, when, as a nation, we went low-fat, we started eating more sugar because if you remove the fat from food, you also draw out lots of flavors.

This put us on a path of wanting more and more refined carbs and processed foods.

Sadly, when we went low-fat, we also drastically reduced the healthy fats in our diet, leaving us deprived of their benefits.

That said, I am doing the world a favor by making an easy, delicious keto fudge recipe. Ok, maybe not the world, but my family is undoubtedly happier.

Do you know what else is great about this homemade fudge recipe? It clocks in at only 2.1 net carbs per serving, compared to a traditional fudge recipe with upwards of 20 carbs. That’s a major win in my book.

Ingredients To Make This Sugar-Free Fudge Recipe

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keto fudge process pictures
keto fudge process pictures

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The following ingredients are all you need the next time you find yourself craving fudge. Note that the full printable recipe card, including all the nutritional data, is at the bottom of the page.

Keto Fudge Recipe: It just requires basic baking skills!

If you can melt butter and baking chocolate, you can make this easy keto cream cheese fudge.

Although this is a super easy fudge recipe, I have several key tips for ensuring it comes out perfect every time.

You should know that I opted to add pecans to my best keto diet fudge, but you can add any chopped nuts. The recipe’s nutritional facts reflect a cup of pecans.

Alternatively, you could leave the nuts completely out for a keto nut-free fudge option.

Keto Cream Cheese Fudge: Making The Best Cream Cheese Fudge!

keto-friendly fudge served on a white small plate
keto-friendly fudge served on a small white plate

For starters, you want to make sure you use only full-fat cream cheese and that it’s not the kind that is whipped.

You want the kind of cream cheese that comes in a brick. My preference is Philidelphia Cream Cheese

I also use a confectioner’s sugar substitute to ensure that the texture is smooth. A granulated sweetener will cause your keto cream cheese fudge to be grainy.

My favorite brands are either Lakanto Confectioners or Swerve Confectioners. Either one of these brands works perfectly.

If you do not have a powdered sweetener, you could run your granulated sugar substitute through a clean, dry coffee grinder.

I will, however, advise you not to use a stevia-based sweetener with this fudge recipe because chocolate and stevia do not play well together and produce a very bitter aftertaste.

For more information on the best sugar substitutes to use on the keto diet, be sure to check out our guide.

This recipe for ketogenic fudge uses a combination of baking chocolate that’s unsweetened and dark cocoa powder.

I use Hershey’s Special Dark Cocoa. But since this is not baked, you could also use your favorite cacao powder.

How To Make Easy Keto Fudge

Probably my favorite thing about this low-carb fudge recipe is how little prep time there is.

Even if it is your first time making fudge, you have nothing to be intimidated by with this simple recipe.

To make this easy keto-friendly fudge, you will need a couple of items that will make the process go more smoothly.

For one, the use of parchment paper is kind of a must. The reason is that once the fudge sets, it will be difficult to unmold otherwise.

easy Keto Fudge
Easy Keto Fudge

If you notice, I lined an 8X8 baking pan with two pieces of parchment and allowed the sides to hang so that it’s easy to lift out once it’s set.

You can allow your ketogenic cream cheese fudge to set either in the fridge for about an hour or in the freezer for 20–30 minutes.

I like setting my fudge in the freezer because it makes for cleaner slices. I use a large chef knife and cut it in a straight-down motion.

To avoid the fudge from sticking, just run your knife under water between cuts and wipe with a paper towel before each cut.

Keto Cream Cheese Fudge
Keto Cream Cheese Fudge

How To Store Keto Fudge: Different Ways To Store

The best way to store this keto fudge is in the refrigerator for up to 5 days or in the freezer for 3 weeks. Although it can keep longer, I feel the flavors will start to break down if frozen longer.

Personally, I like to store my keto cream cheese fudge, already sliced, in an airtight container. But that doesn’t mean you can’t just store the whole slab of fudge and slice it just before consuming it.

What you absolutely can’t do is store it at room temperature. Remember, this recipe uses cream cheese and, therefore, needs to be refrigerated at all times.

Don’t Forget To Tag Us

I sure hope you will give this easy, low-carb cream cheese fudge recipe a try. Whether you are looking for a sweet treat for the holiday season or want an afternoon snack to serve your family, once you do, make sure you remember to tag us on Instagram and Facebook.

It’s what encourages this girl to keep sharing and perfecting her recipes for you.

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In case you don’t know, we have authored two books for you, Essential Keto Bread and Essential Keto Desserts, both inspired by your requests over the years.

It’s my prayer these keto cookbooks will help make keto a delicious breeze for you.

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easy Keto Fudge

Easy Keto Fudge

Yield: 24 piece
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Active Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes

It's a recipe for easy keto fudge. It's made with a combination of baking chocolate, cocoa powder, sugar-free confectioner's sugar, butter and cream cheese.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Melt the butter and baking chocolate either over a double boiler on in the microwave. (set aside)
  2. Using an electric mixer combine the sugar substitute, softened cream cheese and vanilla extract until well combined.
  3. Next, add melted chocolate-butter mixture and combine until fully incorporated.
  4. Add the cocoa powder in combine until well mixed.
  5. Lastly, stir in the 1 cup of chopped nuts and spread the batter unto a parchment-lined 8x8 pan.
  6. Place in the freezer for about 30 minutes until the fudge firms up.
  7. Cut fudge into squares. 
  8. Store the fudge in the refrigerator for up to 5 days or freeze for up to 3 weeks.
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 24 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 140Total Fat: 12.7gSaturated Fat: 5.8gCholesterol: 23mgSodium: 60mgCarbohydrates: 3.8gNet Carbohydrates: 2.1gFiber: 0.7gSugar: 2.7gProtein: 1.9g

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