Low Net Carb Peanut Butter Fudge- Made with VitaFiber!

Low Carb Peanut Butter Fudge

Low Net Carb Peanut Butter Fudge- Made with VitaFiber!

Forget Quest Bars- at over $2.00 bar, why not have a fresh bar customized to your liking?
Use this recipe to whip up your own protein bars with VitaFiber Syrup. It will significantly decrease your cost per bar and will have fresh, healthy ingredients that help feed and repair your muscles!
This low-carb, sweet syrup is key to so many great recipes that I will be unveiling over the next few weeks. Everything from muffins to protein bars, granola bars, and tasty cookies have been getting created and perfected in my kitchen with this versatile ingredient!

VitaFiber syrup is low calorie, high fiber, and full of prebiotics that help keep your gut healthy! Talk about a win-win-win ;)
For more information about the syrup’s health benefits, go to this link.

Okay, enough about the syrup. Time to reveal a fudge that’s low carb, high protein, sweet, rich, and absolutely taste-test approved by the sugarholics that live around me.

**Note** This recipe has to be put together quickly once the VitaFiber Syrup is heated, so we will be preparing all dry and wet ingredients, along with the pan first, so that we can move quickly once the ingredients are warmed **
Low Carb Peanut Butter Fudge- Made with VitaFiber
Makes 12 Big Pieces or 20 Little Pieces
Dry Ingredients:
5 Scoops Optimum Nutrition Protein Powder (I used 2 Mocha Cappucino, 2 Extreme Milk Chocolate, and 1 French Vanilla Creme)
1/2 Cup Stevia (Mine measures cup for cup with sugar)
1/4 Cup Raw Cacao Nibs
1/4 Cup Raisins
1/2 Cup Raw Almonds (Or Toasted)
Wet Ingredients:
1.25 Cup VitaFiber Syrup
1/4 Cup Coconut Oil (not melted!)
1/2 Cup All Natural Peanut Butter (I use the Chunky one)
Additional: 1/4-1/2 c. All Natural Peanut Butter for the Topping

Step By Step Process with pictures!

1) First Line a pan with Parchment paper.

2) Mix all dry ingredients in a large bowl. (Protein powder, stevia, cacao nibs, almonds, raisins)

3) Put all wet ingredients in a microwave safe bowl. (Coconut oil, Peanut Butter, VitaFiber) and heat for 2 minutes and 30 seconds on high. Make sure you have oven mitts nearby, this bowl will be hot!

4) Combine the hot liquids into the dry ingredients and stir. Mix very well, then pour into the prepared pan lined with parchment paper.

5) Now heat the remaining peanut butter for 25-35 seconds, and spoon over the top.

6) Your mixture is ready for the freezer! Freeze for one hour, then cut into your desired size pieces. If it’s too hard to cut, allow it to sit out for about 3 minutes, then cut it. Store in the refrigerator for up to one week.

 

Low Net Carb Fudge Facts

4 Comments on “Low Net Carb Peanut Butter Fudge- Made with VitaFiber!

  1. Okay this recipe sounds and looks so delicious!! Good work! I was reading up on VitaFiber and I found an alternative as well called FiberYum that also sells imo-syrup and imo-powder that are less expensive and also corn-free. If you can’t get your hands on VitaFiber or want to try out another brand it might be worth looking into! You can also buy other ingredients from the company at the same time such as chia seeds, flax seeds, chlorella, barley grass powder, kale powder, pea protein crisps, etc. I think I’m going to have to try to get crafty in the kitchen and make some fudge now!

    • Hi Jessie! I’ll have to look into it. I just love Vitafiber because I can buy it in bulk quantities and it never upsets my stomach, even when I get a little carried away with eating some homemade fudge ;)

    • Hi Gloria,
      I posted the nutrition facts for if you cut the recipe into 20 bars and you used 1/4 cup additional peanut butter on top :)
      Total carbs =16.3 Total Net Carbs = 4.6

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