Chocolate is unlike any other flavour I can think of. It is baked with a rich, creamy sweetness that we all crave from time to time.
But the rich flavour carries a lot of sugar that some of us might not be ready for. I have 3 sugar-free chocolate-inspired recipes down below to help you out!
We start with sugar-free chocolate bars you can make or mould into any shape. Then we have a sugar-free chocolate cake followed by sugar-free chocolate milk.
All the recipes are SUGAR-FREE and are still just as tasty.
Source: All Recipes
This homemade chocolate recipe is by Linda at all recipes;
Source: Sugar-Free Kitchen
The following recipe is from my sugar-free kitchen. This is a sugar-free chocolate cake with authentic chocolate pieces and a ganache topping.
Source: Wholesome Yum
Lastly, we have a chocolate milk recipe from wholesome yum.
If you are looking to make any shapes, then you will need a mould. If you are okay with chocolate pieces, then you are going to need a small tin tray.
You will fill the tray or mould with chocolate and place it in the fridge.
Chocolate pieces are good for 2-3 weeks at average temperatures. They can be kept in the freezer if the chocolate isn’t exposed. In the freezer, the estimated time chocolate expires is two years.
Cocoa powder has a small amount of sugar, depending on the brand. You can find products that are sugar-free or don’t have sugar added.
Depending on what you want your sugar intake to be, you can find cocoa powder based on your preferences.
Yes, you can make sugar free dark chocolate. It is easier to make sugar free dark chocolate because added sugars take away the bitterness.
Chocolate can be very addicting, and luckily there are so many healthy recipes out there that can satisfy the cravings. We hope you enjoy these recipes and feel free to share them with your friends!
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