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An easy low carb peanut butter mousse recipe that goes great with sugar-free chocolate chips mixed in. And, it doesn’t require a lot of time or ingredients.
Have you ever looked in your pantry and gone through to check expiration dates? I try to do this every few months because I tend to stock up on certain ingredients when there are sales.
While going through the pantry this week, I found a jar of peanut butter that had an expiration date one month away. I do love my peanut butter and am surprised that I hadn’t even opened this particular jar.
It’s been busy so I wanted to find a recipe that wouldn’t require any baking. I had been wanting to whip up a quick batch of chocolate mousse and thought a low carb peanut butter mousse would be a great compliment.
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It’s also versatile as it can be the base for a no-bake pie or used as a parfait layer. This mousse also goes great with some sugar-free chocolate chips mixed in.
I may try a chocolate chip peanut butter pie next time. To make it, I’d just mix the chips into the mousse and spread it into a chocolate cookie crumb crust.
This time, I layered dark chocolate mousse with the low carb peanut butter mousse to make a yummy layered parfait dessert. If you are a peanut butter lover, you must give this recipe a try!
If I do use this recipe as a base for a peanut butter pie, I’ll post the recipe on the site. I’m thinking it would be good to add in cream cheese to the peanut butter pie filling.
Easy Low Carb Peanut Butter Mousse Recipe
Peanut Butter Mousse
In small bowl, sprinkle gelatin over cold water.
Let stand two minutes to soften.
Add boiling water; stir until gelatin is completely dissolved.
In medium bowl, beat the heavy cream with electric mixer on high speed until thickly whipped.
In a large bowl, beat the peanut butter with the powdered erythritol and stevia using an electric mixer until well combined.
Fold whipped cream into sweetened peanut butter.
Add gelatin and beat with electric mixer on high until light and fluffy.
Spoon into individual sized dessert dishes and sprinkle optional sugar-free chocolate chips on top.
For a great chocolate peanut butter pie, mix in sugar-free chocolate chips and spread into pre-made low carb crust.
For a chocolate peanut butter parfait, layer with dark chocolate mousse
Makes 12 servings
Net carbs per serving: 5.3g