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Keto Milk Chocolate Recipe

Updated: Nov 24, 2019

You asked for it, I made it. This recipe for a keto milk chocolate is inspired by the cost of finding keto friendly chocolates. It's not too difficult to make, much cheaper, and allows you to make whatever types of chocolate that you want! I hope you all enjoy this keto milk chocolate recipe!


Total Time: 30 minutes + cooling time

Servings: 19 ( about 1 ounce)

Macros per serving:

Calories: 185

Fat: 19g

Protein: 3g

Net Carbs: 2g

  • Total Carbs: 7g

  • Fiber: 1g

  • Sugar Alcohols: 4g

*macros calculated without any toppings.



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Let's Do This:

** Use a pot of water with a glass bowl or a double-boiler for this recipe.

  1. Add enough water to the pot so it does not touch the bottom of the bowl.

  2. Heat the water to a simmer.

  3. Place the bowl of cacao butter on top of the pot of water to melt.

  4. Let the cacao butter melt until it is 120F. Check the temperature with a candy thermometer or a regular thermometer.

  5. Once your cacao butter comes to temperature, remove from heat, put the bowl on a pot holder. Add sweetener, heavy cream powder, and cocoa powder. Mix until all clumps are beaten out.

  6. Mix your chocolate ever few minutes until it is about 85F.

  7. Mix in sunflower lecithin.

  8. Return your chocolate to the double-boiler. Bring temperature to 90F, stirring constantly.

  9. Remove from heat. Immediately pour into chocolate molds.

  10. Wait 3 to 4 hours until chocolate cools. I leave mine over night to fully firm up.

  11. Enoy!


How We Did It!

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Apr 03, 2022

Mine keeps melting in my hands. Any idea why the tempering isn't working for me?


Mar 25, 2022

I love this recipe. I have tried so many and this by far is the best. I made mine with powdered Stevia. I've even made it with cacao powder. I'm going to try it with allulose powder. Thanks alot, for doing this recipe!


Awesome recipe... here are the results I got. Thanks a lot!

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