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Sugarfree Low Carb Keto Friendly Hazelnut Chocolate Spread. “Spread love as thick as you would Nutella”. I read today that one jar of Nutella is sold every 2.5 seconds throughout the world, and I am not at all surprised remembering how addicted I was to it in my heydays and oftentimes it was the only reason I bought breads. Naah I am not going to talk about Nutella now, what I am going to share with you is the sugar free ketofied version of this heaven. Here’s my recipe of Nutella, errrr, Sugarfree Low Carb Keto Friendly Hazelnut Chocolate Spread:) Ingredients 90 – 100 gms of sugarfree dark chocolate bar (at least 70% cocoa)2 Tbsps (around 30 gms) of unsweetened cocoa powder2 Tbsp (around 40gms) coconut oil150 gm of hazelnut3 Tbsps (around 45 ml) of heavy cream1.5 Tbsp of stevia100 ml of unsweetened almond milk½ tsp vanilla extractPinch of salt Method: Preheat oven at 180C.Bake the hazelnuts by spreading on a baking sheet (single layer) for 11-12 mins.

I like thisUnlike Like4I dislike thisUndislike 0. Homemade Peanut Butter. Once you make peanut butter at home, it will be very difficult to get excited about storebought peanut butter ever again. Not that eating peanut butter of any kind would ever be a chore because I love it so, but homemade peanut butter is a delicacy. And a nearly effortless delicacy at that. It’s akin to savoring a piece of high-end dark chocolate that’s rich and pure, uncomplicated by fillers, additives, or ingredients that have no place being in chocolate; and then grabbing a milk chocolate bar in the checkout line at the grocery store, which is likely a combination of tasteless, grainy, and waxy.

Apples and oranges. Store-bought peanut butter versus homemade. Once you have something amazing, it’s hard to get excited about any less than. That’s this peanut butter. Sure, all peanut butter is good, and some is better than others, but this is in its own league. It’s similar in taste to store-bought varieties of “natural” peanut butter. Honestly, there’s not that much to store. Wheeee! A paste.