How to make Sugar-Free Dark Chocolate bars low carb at home

How to make Sugar-Free Dark Chocolate bars low carb at home

Sugar is the sweetness in life and essence of it. But traditional sweets make it to too easy for our bodies to use up this sugar and store excess as fat (oh no!)

Whether it is due to a health condition, or because you are motivated to get in shape or a fitness journey; that you are looking outside the available (often unhealthy) food choices, it all seems a very barren, very sugar-free (read sugar-less) world out there.

But it doesn't have to be. Healthier choices are not that hard to acquire or even make in our kitchens, and ingredients are also quite easy to obtain, only if we know where to start.

This book will offer respite, reassurance, and instructions to keep your sweet tooth (or sweet teeth in our case) satisfied by providing 22 easy-to-reproduce healthy candy bar recipes, with plenty of no-bake options too!

So, without further ado . . .

Chocolate Candy Bars

Chocolate has a special place in our hearts, and we associate it with rich dark sweetness, fuzziness, and love. Even the sight of chocolate is beautiful. We have compiled a collection of scrumptious chocolate candy bar recipes while keeping it low carb.

Sugar-Free Dark Chocolate

It is a dark chocolate bar that looks luscious; tastes fantastic and can be made at home quite inexpensively.

You shall need:

2 ounces unsweetened baking chocolate

1/4 teaspoon sugar-free vanilla extract

1/8 teaspoon stevia extract

1/2 tablespoon sweetener (erythritol)

1/2 ounce cocoa butter

1/2 tablespoon whole milk powder


Melt chocolate and cocoa butter in a pan over boiling water.

Add the powdered milk, stevia, and sweetener. Stir till mixture acquires a smooth consistency and there are no grains.

After removing the pot from the stove, add vanilla extract.

Now pour this chocolate mixture into a mold or an ice tray.

Allow the bars to cool in the freezer till they are firm. Once they are firm, remove them from mold and place in freezer or fridge.

Additional notes

If you have a pan specifically made for melting chocolate, use that instead of melting over boiling water.

Adjust the sweetness to taste by changing amount of stevia added.

Makes four servings

Carbs per serving: 2.5 g