I’m gonna be real honest right now and let you know I HATE spending a ton of money on keto treats for myself but I have an insane sweet tooth. I’ve been wanting the banana peanut butter but I just can’t bring myself to spend over $10 on a jar. I decided to make my own and it did not disappoint!
Pulse peanuts on the highest setting for 45 seconds.
It should be a peanut butter consistency
Add butter, erythritol and keto chow and pulse until blended.
You may add more Keto Chow for more banana flavor, but I’m not sure how it will change the consistency. If you like things sweeter add a touch more erythritol. If you don’t like things salty, use unsalted peanuts and unsalted butter.
Why is this fudge magic? Because it’s ridiculously easy to make, super ketogenic, and rich and delicious enough to crush any chocolate craving. It mixes together in just a couple minutes and is easy to keep on hand stored in the freezer. You can also soften it to room temperature to use as a frosting or spread. Equipment: Silicone candy mold, or square dish
Chocolate and Peanut Butter has got to be one of the greatest flavor combinations ever known. This little cake is just enough for one indulgent portion. Rich chocolate and silky peanut butter melting together in the perfect dessert.
Butter a small (about 6 ounce) oven proof ramekin or bowl
In a small bowl mix the peanut butter, unsalted butter, and confectioner’s sweetener together and set aside
In another bowl beat the egg, then mix in the melted butter, and vanilla extract
Add the keto chow, sweetener, cocoa powder and baking powder
Mix everything together until you have a smooth batter
Place about two-thirds of the batter in your prepared ramekin then put the peanut butter mixture in the center of the batter and press it down lightly. Push the square of chocolate chips into the center of the peanut butter.
Pour the rest of the batter over the peanut butter and smooth over so that the top is even and the peanut butter is completely covered.
Bake in the preheated oven for 20 minutes. The cake should be firm and slightly risen around the edges but still slightly soft in the center.
Allow the cake to cool for about five minutes. Gently pull it away from the edges of the ramekin. Top the ramekin with a small plate and turn it over gently shaking it if necessary, to release the cake.
Garnish with a sprinkle of confectioner’s sweetener and whipped cream if desired.