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Are you craving something sweet but find yourself resorting to the same keto desserts over and over again? These keto nut butter cups are sure to blow your sweet tooth away while being a nutritional powerhouse, and helping you maintain ketosis.

This recipe serves up six perfectly portioned keto nut butter cups, packing 26 grams of fat and only one gram of net carbs per serving.

Yes, you read that correctly — only one gram of net carbs. The perfect treat to help you reach those keto macronutrients.

These chocolatey nut butter cups are:

  • Sweet
  • Satisfying
  • Nutty
  • Gluten-free

These keto nut butter cups include:

The most abundant ingredient in this dessert is Perfect Keto Nut Butter, which is made with macadamia nuts, cashews, coconut butter, and MCT oil. 

Health Benefits of Keto Nut Butter Cups

#1: MCT Oil For Increased Satiety

Most peanut butter cups contain a laundry list of inflammatory ingredients. For instance, pro-inflammatory peanut butter, processed vegetable oils, and sugar can wreak havoc on your health — even if they’re low-carb.

Instead of your classic peanut butter cups, try these keto cups. With nutrient powerhouses like macadamia nut butter, grass-fed butter, MCT oil, and unsweetened chocolate, they taste incredible and keep your energy high.

MCT oil is made up of MCTs, or medium-chain triglycerides — a type of saturated fatty acid.

How are MCTs different from other fats? These fats have a different chemical structure that makes them easy for your body to absorb and use quickly.

While most fatty acids have to travel through your digestive tract to get broken down and metabolized, MCTs go straight to your liver. Here, they’re used quickly as energy or turned into ketones.

Because your body uses MCTs so efficiently for fuel, it’s much less likely that your body will store them as fat — especially if you’re following a ketogenic diet[*]. MCTs also help you feel fuller longer and they may even increase your ability to burn calories[*][*].

#2: Macadamia Nuts for Brain Health and Micronutrients

Macadamia nuts are loaded with micronutrients, offering nutrients like fiber, vitamin B6, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, potassium, selenium, and zinc.

They are loaded with healthy monounsaturated fatty acids, which are associated with better brain and heart health.

If you check out their nutrition facts, you’ll find they make for a great low carb snack, with only have 4 grams of carbohydrates per serving (60% of which is fiber), making the net carb count only 1.6 grams per serving[*].

Looking for a new dessert to try that is sure to satisfy that sweet tooth? Give these keto nut butter cups a shot. With all of their health benefits and healthy fats, they make the perfect treat for anyone looking to indulge when on the keto diet.

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Chocolatey Keto Nut Butter Cups

Featuring Perfect Keto Nut Butter, this tasty dessert is a nutritional powerhouse, packed with macadamia nut butter, coconut butter, and MCT oil.

  • Author: Steph Lodge
  • Prep Time: 30 minutes
  • Cook Time: N/A
  • Total Time: 30 minutes
  • Yield: 6
  • Category: Dessert
  • Cuisine: American

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Melt chocolate with unsalted butter in the microwave, checking every 30 seconds.
  2. Add in the stevia.
  3. Stir in cream and keto nut butter.
  4. Line muffin tins with cupcake papers.
  5. Divide chocolate mixture between the tins.
  6. Freeze until firm (30 minutes to an hour).

Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 1 cup
  • Fat: 26g
  • Carbohydrates: 4g (Net Carbs: 1g)
  • Fiber: 3g
  • Protein: 2g

Keywords: Chocolatey Keto Nut Butter Cups

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  1. I bought the keto Chico sea salt exogenous ketones. It has to be the worst stuff I have ever tasted. Are there any recipes that I can make to get this down?

  2. I made these and they were great. I am not too fond of most keto dessert recipes but this one was worth it. I did make a few changes. I used swerve confectionary sweetener because the granular sweeteners turn out gritty and I reduced the sweetner to 1/4 cup. I used Smuckers natural peanut butter and I added it to the warm ingredients and stirred it in before added cream. I made them in mini muffin pan and it made 24. I think the original made 6. Way too much. One or 2 mini ones work for me.

  3. Every brand of stevia I have bought measures differently so one really needs to know the amount of stevia by how much is equivalent to a teaspoon of sugar In order to make this properly. At least lost the brand you use. NOW brand has the tiniest scoop (maybe 1/16 or 1/32 of a teaspoon to equal teaspoon of sugar and another brand I’ve used was 1/3 of a teaspoon because of fillers.

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