Craving something sweet? Indulge yourself with one of these low carb port wine and dark chocolate fat bombs! They are super simple to make and will keep indefinitely in the freezer. Atkins, South Beach, and Keto friendly!
For this recipe you’ll need: extra virgin coconut oil, unsalted butter, extra dark cocoa, powdered erythritol, stevia drops, port wine, chocolate molds
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Christmas is a tough time to be on a low carb diet unless your whole family eats low carb. Yours might — mine does not. In fact, anything that I accidentally add the words?low carb?to immediately becomes infused with some sort of family repellant. One of these days I am going to buy a bunch of “low carb” steaks and see how that works. 🙂
Anyway, between gingerbread house parties, choir events, church events, and my normal holiday baking I can easily munch way too many carbs. Way, way too many carbs. Like enough for six months.
Ah, but these. These port wine and dark chocolate fat bombs have LESS than 1/2g of carbohydrate. Did you get that? One of these, which is about the size of a fun sized candy bar, has exactly 0.4 g net carbs. That means you could eat FIVE of them and just blow 2 carbs of your daily total!
Just as a side note – I seriously doubt you can eat five of these. They are really rich.
You will definitely want to keep these in the refrigerator, though. They melt pretty easily at room temperature. The heat was on in the house when I was taking the pictures and the chocolate got a little messy. If you stock up on some pretty candy molds you’ll have a great gift for your favorite low carber for any occasion.
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Using the powdered form of erythritol helps this chocolate have a better consistency and flavor. ?These cute chocolate molds are great. They are easy to use and make these low carb dark chocolate fat bombs extra special!
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Port Wine and Dark Chocolate Fat Bombs Recipe
Here’s the low carb, port wine and dark chocolate fat bombs! They make great gifts, too!
Port Wine Dark Chocolate Fat Bombs: Low Carb
- 1/4 cup organic extra virgin coconut oil
- 1/4 cup unsalted butter
- 1/4 cup Hershey's Extra Dark cocoa
- 3 tablespoons powdered erythritol
- 2 tablespoons port wine
- A few drops of liquid stevia if needed
- Melt the coconut oil and butter together in a heavy pan.
- Whisk in the cocoa and erythritol until smooth and well blended.
- Let simmer, whisking often, for about 2 minutes.
- Whisk in the port wine and remove from heat.
- Carefully pour the cocoa mixture into the chocolate molds.
- Place the molds in the freezer for 20 minutes, until firm.
- Pop the candy from the molds, put in a resealable plastic bag and store in the refrigerator or freezer.
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7 thoughts on “Port Wine Dark Chocolate Fat Bombs: Low Carb”
O…M…G!!! I didn’t have the port so I used Pinot Noir because that’s what I had and it made it a bit more bitter (even with a few drops of liquid stevia) but still… these are SO incredibly decadent I ate 2 and had to fight to stop at that! Next time I WILL use the port so there is some fruitiness. Thank you SOOOO much for this recipe! I can finally eat chocolate and still stay ketogenic!!!! YAY!!!!!
I don’t have port wine. Can I leave it out? Don’t want to buy a bottle because I will never drink it…don’t like sweet wines.
use another red that you like.
Came over from “The low carb diabetic” Thanks for the recipe, I’ll be making it tomorrow for sure!
🙂 hope you liked it!
I just made the dark chocolate port wine candies and I noticed when pouring the oil was on top. The first few candies were oil only. What did I do wrong?
It’s sounds like it just wasn’t completely mixed in. You’ve got to really blend it in and make sure it you stir to keep it blended.