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Homemade sugar free nutella low carb, keto hazelnut spread. Like a real nutella spread this homemade nutella recipe is creamy, chocolaty, rich and easy to spread on toast. #nutella #healthybreakfast #keto #lowcarb Sugar free Nutella Recipe for diabetics simply made of 5 natural ingredients : roasted hazelnuts, sugar free crystal sweetener, coconut oil, unsweetened cocoa powder and hazelnut extract. Ready in 5 minutes in your food processor. Clean, dairy free, gluten free, paleo and vegan.

Is there a sugar free nutella ? Yes! here it is

Like a real nutella spread, this keto nutella recipe is creamy, chocolaty, rich and easy to spread on toast. There is no secret that French people are NUTS about Nutella. I recently read that more than 1 billion Nutella jars have been sold in France during the past 50 years. That’s crazy ! Obviously, during my little trip to France my little girl tested the famous chocolate spread, loves it, and now ask for more! So, I had to come up with an healthy homemade nutella recipe for her.

Homemade sugar free nutella low carb, keto hazelnut spread. Like a real nutella spread this homemade nutella recipe is creamy, chocolaty, rich and easy to spread on toast. #nutella #healthybreakfast #keto #lowcarb

It must be a sugar free nutella recipe – you know I don’t eat sugar, right? Yes you do! I constantly share with you my most delicious sugar free creation. Your top 3 sugar free recipe right now are my Low carb chocolate mug cake, low carb oatmeal with coconut flour and low carb fudgy avocado brownie. And hopefully, this sugar free nutella will be the next one !

Homemade sugar free nutella low carb, keto hazelnut spread. Like a real nutella spread this homemade nutella recipe is creamy, chocolaty, rich and easy to spread on toast. #nutella #healthybreakfast #keto #lowcarb

But back to this keto nutella recipe – yes we can say its keto approved too as it contains very few carbs per serve. All you need to make an healthy homemade nutella is good quality hazelnuts, roast them, remove the skin and grind until it turns to a smooth butter.

Homemade sugar free nutella low carb, keto hazelnut spread. Like a real nutella spread this homemade nutella recipe is creamy, chocolaty, rich and easy to spread on toast. #nutella #healthybreakfast #keto #lowcarb

This 100% sugar free recipe is using my regular sugar free crystal sweetener. I love to use Natvia in New Zealand – a blend of stevia and erythritol or monk fruit sugar. But, if you don’t like the taste of sugar free sweetener and you tolerate a low level of sugar I recommend to use coconut sugar in this recipe. Look how smooth this sugar free nutella spread is !

Homemade sugar free nutella low carb, keto hazelnut spread. Like a real nutella spread this homemade nutella recipe is creamy, chocolaty, rich and easy to spread on toast. #nutella #healthybreakfast #keto #lowcarb

So now when someone ask you is nutella healthy ? you can aswer YES, my nutella recipe is healthy. This recipe contains (per serve) 5 times less saturated fat, 15 times less sugar and only 2 g net carbs!

Homemade sugar free nutella low carb, keto hazelnut spread. Like a real nutella spread this homemade nutella recipe is creamy, chocolaty, rich and easy to spread on toast. #nutella #healthybreakfast #keto #lowcarb

You can enjoy this sugar free nutella recipe on a low carb almond flour crepes for a delicious sweet breakfast. Enjoy the recipe !

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Watch the sugar free nutella recipe video and make it now !

Homemade sugar free nutella low carb, keto hazelnut spread. Like a real nutella spread this homemade nutella recipe is creamy, chocolaty, rich and easy to spread on toast. #nutella #healthybreakfast #keto #lowcarb

Homemade Nutella Chocolate Spread Sugar free

Sugar-free Homemade Nutella Recipe for diabetics simply made of 5 natural ingredients : hazelnuts, stevia, coconut oil, unsweetened cocoa powder and vanilla extract. Ready in 5 minutes in your food processor. Clean, dairy free, paleo and vegan. 
Prep Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 10 mins
25 servings of 2 tbsp/serving
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Ingredients

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 320F (160C)
  • Spread the hazelnuts on a baking sheet and roast the hazelnuts for 8-1 minutes, until the skin starts to peel off and the hazelnut are fragrant.
  • Place the hazelnuts into a clean towel and shake/rub them to peel off the nuts skin.
  • Transfer the skinless roasted hazelnuts into a food processor and process on high speed for 3-5 minutes, time depends on your food processor speed.
  • Stop the food processor every minutes, scrap down the sides of the bowl with a spatula and process again until it turns into a liquid hazelnut butter.
  • Stop the food processor every minutes, scrap down the sides of the bowl with a spatula and process again until it turns into a liquid hazelnut butter.
  • Add the unsweetened cocoa powder, sweetener, coconut oil and hazelnut extract.
  • Blend for about 1 minute to combine all the ingredients together and create a smooth consistent chocolate spread
  • Transfer to a glass jar, and store in the refrigerator for one hour to thicken. 
Sugar free crystal sweetener: I used monk fruit sugar. It does not contains calories or carbs or sugar. Other option are erythritol or blend of stevia/erythritol. In USA  you can use Swerve, Natvia in New Zealand or Purevia in Europe. 
Storage: store well in the pantry up to 1 month in a glass mason jar.
Texture: coconut oil is liquid at room temperature. If you want a thicker/creamier nutella spread simply place the jar in the fridge for 1 hour before using or keep in the fridge all the time. I do prefer a liquid/runny nutella so we simply store this in the pantry.
Nutrition Facts
Homemade Nutella Chocolate Spread Sugar free
Amount Per Serving (2 tablespoons)
Calories 137 Calories from Fat 122
% Daily Value*
Fat 13.5g21%
Saturated Fat 2.8g18%
Carbohydrates 5.4g2%
Fiber 2.2g9%
Sugar 0.9g1%
Protein 2.9g6%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Nutrition fact is for one serving of 32 g (2 tablespoons). This recipe makes 25 serves of 2 tablespoons.

 

THE BEST KETO NUTELLA SUGAR FREE
THE BEST KETO NUTELLA SUGAR FREE

THE BEST KETO NUTELLA SUGAR FREE

 

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    13 comments
  1. Nutella is italian (as I am), but I’ll forgive you cause this sounds like a great alternative that I’m curious to try.

    • I am French, lived 2 hours from the Italian border, so yes I know Nutella is italian! 🙂 I am not trying to compete with nutella with this recipe, dont worry! This blog is about providing sugar free, recipes that I can eat on low carb diet without impact my blood sugar too much. I can’t eat sugar – diabetes – so this is simply a safe treat that remind me the taste of the real nutella. I hope you enjoy it ! XOXO Carine.

    • Sure! any liquid sweetener will work too. You can reduce coconut oil but it will change the texture. Keep some to make sure the spread is not too thick or difficult to spread. Enjoy the recipe. XOXO Carine.

    • Yes! That is what I am using but if you don’t have a strong sweet tooth starts with 2 tablespoons, process, taste and adjust. It won’t impact the texture at all so it is better to add the sweetener by little steps if you are unsure or if you are worried about a too sweet taste. Enjoy the spread ! XOXO Carine.

    • Hi! I am sure you can use other vegetable oil with light taste like hazelnut oil or almond oil or avocado oil – those are very healthy ones. The texture won’t firm up if you store the nutella in the fridge as it will with coconut oil, but the taste will be as delicious. Enjoy the nutella recipe ! xoxo Carine.

    • I am not sure what you mean. This recipe is basically a chocolate hazelnut butter itself using unsweetened cocoa powder and sugar free sweetener. So yes, if you have got hazelnut butter from over the counter you can use it directly in this recipe. 🙂 Enjoy ! Merci beaucoup. Carine.