Keto Peanut Butter & Chocolate Breakfast Bars Recipe | Easy Low Carb KETO Breakfast Ideas
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hey what’s happening guys today in the channel we’re doing a low-carb you know friendly breakfast recipe we’re gonna be making some no-bake peanut butter breakfast bars a little chocolate drizzle this recipe is super easy super delicious and if you love peanut butter and chocolate like I do you are bound to love these breakfast bars so that being said let’s get in this one make these breakfast bars guys alright so you want to get out your food scale and a very large bowl and weigh out one and a half cups which is about a hundred and fifty grams of superfine almond flour the next ingredient we’re gonna add is gonna be some confectioner’s your roll basically this is gonna sweeten our recipe up without adding any additional carbs because you’re all is a carb free and calorie free sugar substitute today I’m going with swerves confectioner’s your throw and I highly recommend you use the same thing because I just think it’s the best stuff you can possibly use and we’re gonna be using 1/3 of a cup or about 48 grams of it in today’s recipe so once we’ve got all that added to our bowl we’re gonna add two and a half tablespoons of some melted coconut oil and then we’re gonna take out our peanut butter a lot of people ask me what peanut butter I recommend using I personally like Smuckers natural no sugar added peanut butter I think it tastes great and it only has two net carbs per serving the most important thing though is just picking one that doesn’t have any added sugar especially if you’re trying to keep the carbs lower so with that being said we’re gonna add 1/2 a cup or 160 grams of that natural peanut butter to our large bowl as well and at this point we’re gonna take a spatula and just start mixing all those ingredients together until they’re combined and a thick batter starts to form in the bowl once it thick better like this does start to develop in the bowl that’s when you can take out an 8 by 8 dish and transfer the batter into the dish what you want to do is use a small spatula or the bottom of a spoon and equally distribute the peanut butter batter throughout the entire dish so once the peanut butter is equally spread out in the dish what we’re gonna do is get together a chocolate topping for our peanut butter bars the good news is making the topping is super easy guys all you have to do is add 3 and a half tablespoons of some no sugar added chocolate chips to a small dish and if you’re wondering what chocolate chips I’m using in today’s recipe I’m using the Lily’s no sugar added chocolate chips they only have two net carbs per serving and they taste delicious so if you want to pick some of those up there’s a link to grab those in the video description below but you’re also gonna want to add about a teaspoon or ten grams of coconut oil to that dish as well and then pop the dish in the microwave for just about 30 to 45 seconds so the chocolate chips and the coconut oil have a chance to melt kind of mix together a little bit then you take a spatula and continue mixing them together until a chocolate sauce starts to form in that dish and then we’re gonna pour the sauce on top of the peanut butter batter that we’ve already pressed out in the tray once we’ve added all that chocolate sauce to our tray we’re gonna get out our spatula again or the bottom of a spoon and we’re just gonna equally spread that out all over the top of our peanut butter batter in the tribe when the peanut butter batter is totally covered in chocolate sauce that’s when you can pop the train in the refrigerator for at least a few hours I highly recommend overnight though I think it just sets a lot better if you give it at least eight hours not to mention if you do let them sit in the fridge overnight you can wake up to some delicious chocolate peanut butter breakfast bars like this so that’s today’s breakfast bar recipe I highly encourage you guys to leave these in the fridge overnight I know it’s super hard to wait and not eat these right away but they are really really better if you let them set in the fridge for several hours instead of just a few hours anyways if you want the full recipe with the metric measurements of the macros you find all that in the video description below also down there will be links to all the products that I used to make the breakfast bars today thank guys so much for watching I’ll see you in the next recipe [Music] you
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Keto breakfast recipes don’t get better than these peanut butter chocolate bars! If you’ve been looking for easy keto breakfast ideas, look no further. This low carb breakfast bar recipe takes practically no time at all to make, and the hardest part about making these is just waiting for the bars to set in the fridge.
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THINGS I USED IN TODAY’S KETO BREAKFAST BAR RECIPE:
Super Fine Almond Flour:
Lily’s Chocolate Chips:
PEANUT BUTTER CHOCOLATE BAR INGREDIENTS:
1 1/2 Cup (150g) Super Fine Almond Flour
1/3 Tbsps (48g) Confectioners Erythritol
2 1/2 Tbsps (30g) Coconut oil – melted –
1/2 Cup (160g) Natural Peanut Butter
Chocolate Topping Ingredients:
3 1/2 Tbsps (50g) Lily’s Chocolate Chips
1 Heaping Tsp (10g) Coconut Oil
Add all of the ingredients (except for the chocolate topping ingredients) to a large bowl.
Mix until a thick batter forms.
*NOTE: I used a runny-ish peanut butter, my peanut butter was fresh. If you use peanut butter that has “hardened” in the fridge, you may need a bit more coconut oil.
Once the consistency matches mine in the video, add the peanut butter to an 8×8 dish, and smooth it out equally with the bottom of a spoon.
Now add the chocolate topping ingredients to a small dish. Microwave the dish for 30 seconds at a time – stirring after each interval – until the chocolate and coconut oil has combined into a syrupy consistency.
Add all of the chocolate topping to the top of the peanut butter, and spread it out evenly with the bottom of a spoon.
Refrigerate overnight (or atleast 3 hours)
Breakfast Bar Macros (Per Bar Recipe Makes 9):
4.5 NET CARBS
*NOTE: Macros don’t account for the erythritol sweetener, it has ZERO CALORIES.
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