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The Easiest Peanut Butter Fudge- Low Carb & Trim Healthy Mama S

The easiest peanut butter fudge that is also low carb/trim healthy mama s

I am back with another super easy and family friendly sugar-free dessert recipe!! Coming up with dinner recipes that my family will eat isn’t that hard. Coming up with dessert that they will eat, that’s a whole new level of hard. Trying to please 4 different tastes when most of them indulge in sugary off-plan sweets. There have been a few that haven’t ever been shared on here (and most likely more to come). But, this peanut butter fudge, a definite winner.

This recipe uses only 4 ingredients!

Just 4 simple, basic ingredients. Make sure your peanut butter is on plan. I typically get mine from Costco, but there are plenty of on plan peanut butters at regular grocery stores. I recommend using powdered sweetener, I don’t know how it would turn out with granulated sweetener. My family doesn’t like the cooling effect of many of the on-plan sweeteners. I try to get just sweet enough before we reach that point. If I need the dessert to be a bit sweetener I will add a little stevia, just a bit at a time. Taste the peanut butter fudge before placing in the fridge.

This is a delicious sugar-free peanut butter fudge, feel free to dress it up if desired.

Add some chocolate pieces, melted chocolate, chopped peanuts, swirl some of the melted fudge into ice cream, etc. We have enjoyed this plain but I can easily see adding to this recipe. I think adding this to ice cream is a great idea. I poured this into a parchment paper lined loaf pan. If you want this thicker, use a smaller pan. If you want this thinner, use a larger pan. We really liked the thickness that the loaf pan made. If you make this, I would love to know what you think about the recipe.

Peanut Butter Fudge- Low Carb

Author Jennifer Overstreet


  • 1 C Peanut Butter
  • 1/2 C Salted Butter
  • 3/4 C Powdered Sweetener, I used Swerve Swerve measures cup for cup to sugar
  • 1 t Vanilla


  • In a medium saucepan, start melting butter. Measure peanut butter. I line my measuring cup with plastic wrap.
  • Add peanut butter to the butter and stir/whisk until melted.
  • Add sweetener and allow to come to a low boil. Add vanilla and whisk.
  • Pour into a prepared pan. Refrigerate until ready.
  • Cut into desired sizes. Store in fridge.

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