This sugar free white chocolate coconut bark will satisfy your sweet tooth without busting your diet. And, it’s an easy to make low carb treat.
The basic low carb white chocolate recipe was developed by Jennifer Eloff and posted on the Low Carb Friends forum. I bought a couple of Jennifer’s low carb cookbooks shortly after they were published. But, I find that many of her recipes involve too many specialty ingredients and aren’t as simple as I like.
I prefer to use my own simplified version of a low carb sweetened condensed milk. It’s a pretty simple recipe and uses ingredients that I typically have on hand.
The white chocolate recipe is just a batch of low carb sweetened condensed milk mixed with melted cocoa butter. My favorite white chocolate is a bar made by Lindt that has coconut in it.
The Lindt bar is called “White Coconut” and I was hooked on it after one of my coworkers introduced me to it. I added some unsweetened coconut to Jennifer’s basic recipe to make this sugar free white chocolate coconut bark.
This low carb white chocolate is very soft so it has to be kept in the freezer. I suppose adding more cocoa butter might harden it up. I’ll experiment with that later.
It’s great to finally have a sugar free white chocolate coconut candy that won’t upset my stomach. Most of the low carb chocolates have sugar alcohols that give my serious digestive pain.
One day, I’m sure more companies will begin to market goodies that are low in carbs. Until that time, I’ll continue to make my own treats and snacks.
Sugar Free White Chocolate Coconut Bark Recipe
Sugar Free White Chocolate with Coconut
- Prepare Condensed Milk recipe.
- Melt cooca butter in microwave about 3 minutes. Stir to ensure all cocoa butter has melted.
- Pour melted cocoa butter into prepared condensed coconut milk. Add shredded coconut. Stir mixture until well blended.
- Pour onto a cookie sheet lined with plastic wrap. Freeze until firm. Keep frozen.
- Thaw a few minutes before cutting. Eat cold.
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