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Sugar-free Chocolate Chips Recipe

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Sugar free chocolate chips recipe ideal for cookies, muffins or dessert. 100% homemade with only 3 ingredients: coconut oil, stevia liquid and unsweetened cocoa powder. Low carb, keto, sugar free, gluten free and vegan.

Learn how to make your own sugar-free chocolate chips with cocoa powder at home with only 3 ingredients.

Sugar free chocolate chips recipe ideal for cookies, muffins or dessert. 100% homemade with only 3 ingredients: coconut oil, stevia liquid and unsweetened cocoa powder. Low carb, keto, sugar free, gluten free and vegan.

How to make sugar free chocolate chips with cocoa powder?

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.

3 wholesome ingredients

All you need to make sugar-free chocolate chips at home are 3 natural ingredients:

  • unsweetened cocoa powder
  • stevia drops  – any flavor, vanilla, chocolate or classic
  • coconut oil – use refined coconut oil if you don’t like the flavor of coconut oil

The best techniques to pipe chocolate drops

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.

Sugar free chocolate chips recipe ideal for cookies, muffins or dessert. 100% homemade with only 3 ingredients: coconut oil, stevia liquid and unsweetened cocoa powder. Low carb, keto, sugar free, gluten free and vegan.

Store in the fridge or freeze

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

. Sugar free chocolate chips recipe ideal for cookies, muffins or dessert. 100% homemade with only 3 ingredients: coconut oil, stevia liquid and unsweetened cocoa powder. Low carb, keto, sugar free, gluten free and vegan.

Keto recipes to use keto chocolate chips

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!

xoxo Carine

Sugar Free Chocolate Chips Recipe

Sugar free chocolate chips recipe ideal for cookies, muffins or dessert. 100% homemade with only 3 ingredients: coconut oil, stevia liquid and unsweetened cocoa powder. Low carb, keto, sugar free, gluten free and vegan.
Prep Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 10 mins
Author: Carine
40 drops
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Ingredients

  • 1.2 oz unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 1.4 oz Coconut oil melted
  • 6-15 Monk Fruit Drops or Stevia Drops - adjust to taste, use flavored drops like vanilla, caramel ou chocolate if desired
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Instructions

  • In a medium mixing bowl, add the unsweetened cocoa powder,.
  • Pour the melted coconut oil, stevia drops and stir well until a paste is forming.
  • Adjust stevia drops to taste.
  • Prepare a plate or baking tray covered with parchment paper. Set aside.
  • Pour the  chocolate liquid onto a piping bag making sure you close the end of the pipe first because when the liquid is lukewarm very runny. Place the piping bag in the freezer for 3-8 minutes before you starts pipping. You want the liquid to be slightly thicker to be easy to pipe into drops. If too liquid it runs away into a chocolate tab. The coconut oil will gets firmer below 23°C and the liquid will be thicker and easier to pipe as drops.
  • Form drops leaving half thumb space between each drops. Freeze the plate 10 minutes to set the drops, then lift chocolate drops/chips from the parchment paper and store them in the fridge in an airtight container up to 1 month.
  • You can freeze the drops in a bag and use frozen in any keto baking recipes calling for sugar free chocolate chips.
  • You can use the drops in cakes, cookies or eat them as a snack in your own nut trail mix.
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Nutrition Facts
Sugar Free Chocolate Chips Recipe
Amount Per Serving (1 drop)
Calories 11 Calories from Fat 10
% Daily Value*
Fat 1.1g2%
Carbohydrates 0.5g0%
Fiber 0.3g1%
Protein 0.2g0%
Net Carbs 0.2g
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Nutrition panel is for one chip of 2.5 g. This recipe makes about 40 sugar-free chocolate chips

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  1. 5 stars
    Hi, Carine. Thanks for this recipe which looks nice and simple! I don’t have Stevia or monk fruit drops, but I have some homemade inulin syrup (water plus chicory root inulin powder). Will this work in your recipe?

    • Hello ! I never used inulin syrup before so I am unsure how much you will need but it should work instead of the stevia. Enjoy! XOXO Carine

  2. Carine –
    I just want to thank you SO much for all you do. Your a life changer and I enjoy cooking your recipes, reading your articles and learning so much from you!! I cook keto and low carb recipes only. I have lost 27.4 pounds as of Tuesday March 11th. I started this journey on Dec. 16th. Your recent article this week on sweeteners was a total eye opener. I had already gave up sugar since Dec. 16, 2019 and only use Monk Fruit blend from Maya Wholesome Yum (awesome you support her on your site). I now have given up my sugar free gum and immune C vitamin packs after 10 years as of this week as well. Reading this a few days ago was so amazing!! I have already passed it on to other. Thank you for sharing your gifts and talents with the world. You are AMAZING!! I mainly only cook from your site and Wholesome Yum. I feel so blessed to have found you both!! God Bless you ❤️

    • Thank you SO much! I really love Maya recipes too and I am glad you are using her sweetener, it goes so well in any of my recipes. Enjoy the blog! Talk to you soon, XOXO Carine.

    • I do use cups measurement for 90% of my recipes on the blog except for recipes where high precision is required like those chocolate chips. Grams or oz are way more accurate than cups to make chocolate. If you ha slightly too much of unsweetened cocoa powder the chocolate texture will be very bitter and gritty. That is why I shared this particular recipe in wieght and not in cups. Enjoy the sugar free recipes on the blog, XOXO Carine.

    • Hi ! I am sure it will, however I did not try this so I can’t tell how much you will have to use. Enjoy the blog recipes and thanks for reading me 🙂 XOXO Carine.

  3. 5 stars
    Hi! Thanks for this option and take out the bad things that the chocolate manufactures put in the healthy cacao. Butter is a healthy fat too…so do you think your recipe will work if I use butter instead of coconut oil? Thank you so much!! And happy maternity!!

    • Hi Kate, Thanks for your lovely comment! I am not on maternity leave anymore, the two kids are growing so fast !!! One is almost 5 years old and the little one 10 months. Unfortunately butter won’t work in this recipe. Coconut oil solidify really well at room temperature after it has been melted – butter stay soft. It is how the chips stay harden in the fridge and stay hard in the pantry. Enjoy the recipe 🙂 Thanks for reading the blog and trying my recipe, you’re the sweetest! XOXO Carine.

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