Chocolate Fudge Crumb Bar Recipe Pack
Every now and then I make a recipe that really is too good to share, even with my own family! So it's always with a hint of reluctance that I end up sharing this Keto Chocolate Fudge Crumb Bar with others.
This epic recipe has been cleverly crafted by Carolyn at "All Day I Dream About Food". It makes at least 16 simply delish portions and it's a favourite in our household. I make it go even further by slicing the amazing tasting end result into:
- morsels - stashed in an airtight container, hidden away in the freezer
- bars - for the here and now, which no doubt will be found, and
- slabs - as I'd rather my ravenous son be eating this as a healthier choice.
Simply add butter, vanilla extract and cream to the contents of the Chocolate Fudge Crumb Bar Recipe Pack and you're sorted. We include Lakanto Monkfruit as the sweetener and sugar-free Dark Chocolate Buttons at only 3.2g net carbs per 100gms. And while the recipe calls for 85gm chocolate in the filling, we've even included a 15gm extra chocolate allocation .. for the chef, of course!
Macros: for 1 serve (This whole slice makes at least 16) when made according to the how-to instructions: Total Carbs 5.4g less Fibre 2.7g = Net Carbs 2.7g Fat: 17.7g Protein: 4.2g Calories: 198
Allergens: These contain tree nuts (almonds) and while the ingredients don't contain Gluten, they are packed in the same premises as items containing gluten. We do our very best endeavours to store ingredients separately, use separate equipment, carefully schedule and clean in between products as carefully as we can.
Truly, my family get so spoiled!
Please note: We can't guarantee that chocolate products won't go soft or melt during transit. Based on this, we will not be able to replace or exchange the product if this should happen. Please bear this in mind, particularly during the hotter Summer months, thank you.
Instructions to make: We're saving the planet one toner cartridge and tree at a time so to get an email with the recipe link, at checkout, leave the "keep me updated..." option ticked. Also once you have the recipe pack in your hands, take a look on the front label. It has a https: link and when that's typed into a browser address line (not a google search) the recipe downloads. Super handy if you’re giving the Recipe Pack to someone else.