Learn how to make your own sugar-free chocolate chips with cocoa powder at home with only 3 ingredients.
It can be difficult to find good keto-friendly chocolate chips in the store. Most no-sugar chocolate chips are sweetened with some artificial sweetener, like maltitol. Therefore, they are not good for you and they will take you out of ketosis – read more about keto-friendly sweeteners on my review of all sweeteners! While there are a few brands providing stevia-sweetened chocolate chips, they are not always sold where you live and the best solution is to make your own. Let’s see how to make sugar free chocolate chips with cocoa powder at home.
All you need to make sugar-free chocolate chips at home are 3 natural ingredients:
The recipe is very easy and straightforward. The most difficult part is to pipe lovely round chocolate chips. In fact, the combination of the 3 ingredients creates a liquid sugar-free chocolate with coconut oil. The trick is to fill a piping bag with the liquid and freeze few minutes until the liquid thickens slightly. Then, cut the end of the piping bag and start piping drops on a plate covered with parchment paper. The liquid is thicker and it is easier to pipe into drops.
You can store your sugar-free chocolate chips in the fridge, in a bag or airtight container for 1 month. Otherwise, you can freeze them and use them frozen in any keto baking recipes
I recommend using them with the following keto baking recipes
Don’t forget to share your creation with me on Instagram, I love to see pictures of my recipes in your feed!
Nutrition panel is for one chip of 2.5 g. This recipe makes about 40 sugar-free chocolate chips
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