No-bake keto brownie truffles. These bite-sized low carb brownies are dipped in sugar-free chocolate for an extra special and healthy treat.
I’ve had one helluva week. That’s about all I can muster to say here. A young child home all week with the flu and some people who didn’t follow through on work they were supposed to do for me have left me feeling slightly defeated. Exhausted after getting up with my sweet sick little one, stressing about the things that need to be done and aren’t done, I am just throwing in the towel. Except I am not because that’s not how I do things. It’s my nature to battle it out, even when there is little left in the tank. So here I am, battling it out, determined to not let it beat me. I will persevere…but in the meantime, I need a big ol’ nap.
You know what helps me through times like these? Dessert. No, I am not kidding. Having a sweet but healthy treat to savour at the end of a tough day is really motivating for me. It may not solve my problems, it may not make my kid’s fever come down, it may not make my to-do list any shorter…but it makes it all a little more enjoyable. Even in times of stress, we should have a few bright moments to make it all tolerable.
I whipped up these little no bake brownie bites for a New Year’s Eve party with friends. But they would be absolutely perfect for your sugar-free keto Valentine’s Day too.
Please see my Keto Brownie Batter Truffles on A Sweet Life.
Want more amazing keto desserts? Check out my new Keto Desserts page. All recipes under 7g TOTAL carbs!
Beverly Paul says
Hey the link to get the recipe for these doesn’t work as it’s no longer a secure site. Any other way to get it?
I am working on updating this recipe!
Andre Casey says
Would love to snack in these tasty treats! Quick and easy to prepare, healthy and deliciously comforting 🙂
These were fabulous! I made a few tweaks though.
– First, the dough was too sticky to roll nice balls with at first, so I used a 1T scooper to put the messy balls on parchment paper and put in the freezer. I took them out after 12ish minutes and they had slightly hardened, so I was easily able to roll them into perfect balls.
– I really don’t like dry or crumbly cake, so I added 2oz of cream cheese to the recipe.
– I added cake batter flavor extract to the batter- so good!
Thank you for the delicious recipe!
Super tasty and easy to make! I rolled these in unsweetened coconut flake after dipping in chocolate.
One question- how much Swerve do you use?
Since Swerve measures just like sugar, you use 1/2 cup. Use the powdered kind.
Just made them, they are delish! Very easy to make. How should I store them? Fridge? Thanks for your awesome recipes!
If kept in the fridge, they can last for a week at least.
Joan Springer says
Made these today and they are really delicious. I pressed into a mini muffin pan with liners (made 24) and stuck a whole walnut or pecan on top. Super quick and easy and they have a strong chocolate taste so I’m not missing the coating. I also reduced sugar to 1/3 cup as I usually like things less sweet. I think I’ll be using this recipe a lot!
Zoe Ingram says
I have to order a couple of the ingredients but will definitely make these soon. Do you have a keto hot chocolate recipe by any chance? I’d love to have one!
I have several…but the best one, IMO, is in my cookbook, The Everyday Ketogenic Kitchen.