Keto Christmas Chocolates

Keto Christmas Chocolates

KETO CHRISTMAS CHOCOLATES (1).pngKeto Christmas Chocolates! These are such a fun and adorable Christmas dessert.

They are easy enough even your kids can help make them!

These are similar to some of my other no-bake ball recipes including the Keto No-Bake Snowball Bites (“White-Chocolate” Sugar Cookies) and my No-Bake Almond Joy Cheesecake Truffles

But these ones have a fun twist with the colours inside!

I also really like how the flavour of the middle turned out! They are the perfect amount of sweet!

Some Ingredients I’d Like To Highlight:

Almond Flour – I use the Kirkland brand and order in bulk on Amazon for all of my recipes. I highly recommend it as it’s finely ground and is the cheapest I’ve found per 100g. If you choose to use another almond flour just know that not all are exactly the same so you may need to add slightly more or less to get the same consistency!

Monkfruit/Erythritol Powdered Sweetener – I switched over to using the SoNourished brand for this and honestly it’s been the best decision I’ve made this year. Using a powdered sweetener for your baked goods allows you to create a delicious chewy texture rather than a typical granular crunchy one. It also has fantastic flavour as close to sugar as you can get!

Sprinkles- NO you do not have to use sprinkles, I just adding a few on top because I think they add something and barely even affect the carb count of the recipe..but if you want to add sprinkles and are concerned about the sugar, amazon now sells Sugar-Free Sprinkles and Sugar-Free Edible Glitter Sprinkles!

Food Colouring – I use these pastes for this! Pastes work best because they do not water down your dough and it takes much less to colour all of your dough!

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Notes: 

  • If you find your dough hard to handle, add a bit more almond flour or powdered sweetener. You can also cover your hands lightly in sweetener before rolling.
  • I use Krisda chocolate-chips for this recipe but you are welcome to use any dark chocolate or stevia-sweetened chocolate like Lily’s chocolate-chips instead!
  • Make sure all of your wet ingredients are at room temperature or softened before blending! It won’t come together properly if they are cold.
  • Pro-Tip: Place the balls on a wire rack with a baking sheet underneath once dipped in chocolate if you’d like the excess chocolate to drip off so you end up with a smoother looking final product.

Keto Christmas Chocolates -No Bake

Serves: 20
*Printable Recipe at bottom of post

Ingredients:

Filling:
Chocolate Coating:

Directions:

  1. In a bowl, add your softened cream cheese, butter and coconut oil. Use a hand a hand blender to blend until smooth (about 1-2min).IMG_9790.jpgIMG_9791.jpgIMG_9792.jpg
  2. Next add your almond flour and sweetener and mix using a spoon until a soft dough forms.IMG_9793.jpgIMG_9794.jpgIMG_9795.jpgIMG_9796.jpg
  3. Add half of the dough to a separate bowl and add green colouring to one and red to the other original bowl.IMG_9798.jpg
  4. Take a small piece of red dough and a small piece of green and gently roll them together in your hands to form a soft ball.
  5. Place the ball on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet and repeat for this process for the rest of the dough.IMG_9799.jpg
  6. Freeze the dough balls for ~30min before coating.
  7. Add your chocolate-chips and coconut oil to a small bowl and microwave in 30s increments until melted. Stir until smooth.IMG_9800.jpgIMG_9801.jpg
  8. Dip each dough ball gently in the chocolate mixture using a spoon to coat.
  9. Place the dipped dough balls back on the parchment lined baking sheet and sprinkle red edible glitter or sprinkles on top of each one as you go (you want to do this before the chocolate sets).IMG_9802.jpg
  10. Once all of the dough balls are coated, place them back in the freezer for at least an hour before serving. Enjoy your Keto Christmas Chocolates!IMG_9803.jpg
  11. Store in an airtight container or large plastic bag in the fridge or freezer.IMG_9804.jpg

Enjoy your Keto Christmas Chocolates!

Nutrition Facts for 1/20th of recipe: 70 calories | 7g fat | 2g NET carbs |0.6g protein  | 2g fibre

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Keto Christmas Chocolates
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Keto Christmas Chocolates

Prep Time20 mins
Freeze Time1 hr
Course: Dessert
Keyword: Keto Christmas, keto christmas chocolates
Servings: 20
Calories: 70kcal

Ingredients

Filling:

Chocolate Coating:

Instructions

  • In a bowl, add your softened cream cheese, butter and coconut oil. Use a hand a hand blender to blend until smooth (about 1-2min).
  • Next add your almond flour and sweetener and mix using a spoon until a soft dough forms.
  • Add half of the dough to a separate bowl and add green colouring to one and red to the other original bowl.
  • Take a small piece of red dough and a small piece of green and gently roll them together in your hands to form a soft ball.
  • Place the ball on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet and repeat for this process for the rest of the dough.
  • Freeze the dough balls for ~30min before coating.
  • Add your chocolate-chips and coconut oil to a small bowl and microwave in 30s increments until melted. Stir until smooth.
  • Dip each dough ball gently in the chocolate mixture using a spoon to coat.
  • Place the dipped dough balls back on the parchment lined baking sheet and sprinkle red edible glitter or sprinkles on top of each one as you go (you want to do this before the chocolate sets).
  • Once all of the dough balls are coated, place them back in the freezer for at least an hour before serving. Enjoy your Keto Christmas Chocolates!
  • Store in an airtight container or large plastic bag in the fridge or freezer.

Notes

2 NET CARBS

Nutrition

Serving: 1chocolate | Calories: 70kcal | Carbohydrates: 2g | Protein: 0.6g | Fat: 7g | Fiber: 2g
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