This chocolate peanut butter bark is sugar-free and low-carb. It only has 2g net carbs per serving! A guilt-free way to indulge in chocolate.
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Sometimes, you just want to sink your teeth into some rich chocolate and let it slowly melt in your mouth. Those candy bars at the checkout line might look really tempting, but you know it’s not worth it.
On days like this, I like to reach for this really simple 2-ingredient chocolate bark recipe. Knowing that there aren’t any net carbs makes them so much more enjoyable!
It’s easier to pass up chocolate candy when you know you have something better! This bark isn’t just made with chocolate, it’s a chocolate peanut butter delight.
Light and creamy milk chocolate swirled with salty and nutty peanut butter. It’s a flavor combination that will satiate even the wildest chocolate peanut butter cravings.
Keep reading – you are going to love this simple bark recipe.
Ingredients Needed For Chocolate Peanut Butter Bark
There are literally just two ingredients in this bark recipe. It could not be any easier!
ChocZero Milk Chocolate Baking Chips
I used an entire bag of chocolate chips from ChocZero. If you want it to have a deeper or richer taste, use some dark chocolate chips.
ChocZero Peanut Butter Baking Chips
By using peanut butter baking chips, you don’t have to worry about whether a type of peanut butter is low in carb or keto-friendly. This takes the guesswork out of it.
Please note: Check out the recipe card at the bottom for a full list of ingredients used to make this low-carb recipe.
- Line a baking sheet with a silicone mat or parchment paper before you pour the melted chocolate and peanut butter. This prevents things from sticking.
- Before you start swirling them together, flatthen the melted chocolate out with the back of a spoon or a knife.
- Place the hard chocolate bark in a resealable plastic food storage bag and break it into pieces in the bag. This contains all the bits of chocolate into one bag.
How To Make Low-Carb Chocolate Peanut Butter Bark
This recipe really is as simple as melting everything, swirling it together, and then letting it harden. Here are some photos and tips about each step – the full recipe is in the printable recipe card at the bottom of this post.
Melt The Chips Separately
Melt the chocolate and peanut butter chips in separate bowls. Either use a double boiler or place a glass bowl on top of a saucepan of boiling water.
If you try to melt the chips in the microwave, do it very slowly – at 10-second intervals – and stir them really well in between each. This will prevent them from burning.
Pour Melted Chips On A Silicone Baking Mat
After they are completely melted, pour them on your baking sheet. Add the melted chocolate chips first, and then pour the peanut butter on top of the chocolate.
Swirl Them Together
Use a butter knife to swirl the peanut butter and chocolate together. Do not overmix them.
Break Into Pieces
Place the swirled chocolate in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes to let the bark harden. When they are completely solid, break the bark into smaller pieces.
What To Eat With Chocolate Peanut Butter Bark
I like to eat these as a dessert or when I am craving something sweet. If you are setting them out at a party, make these keto chocolate cream cheese truffles with them. They have the same sweet and salty combo and will taste and look perfect together!
Another snack that is salty and really low in carbs is keto popcorn. It’s basically cheese puffs and is the perfect texture to compliment this sweet bark.
For anyone that is seriously craving chocolate, these keto chocolate donuts are rich and only have 3g net carbs in each one. Enjoy them with a few bites of chocolate bark for a guilt-free snack.
Frequently Asked Questions About Chocolate Peanut Butter Bark
Before we get to the printable recipe card, here are a few questions people ask about low-carb chocolate peanut butter bark.
How do you store chocolate peanut butter bark?
You can store this bark at room temperature, as long as it is cool. It will melt in a hot kitchen. So, if you think your kitchen will get pretty warm, place the bark in the refrigerator.
Which brand of sugar-free chocolate chips is best?
I highly recommend ChocZero! It’s my all-time favorite. Besides keto-friendly chocolate chips, they have so many delicious baked goods and sweet toppings. You should try all of them!
Can I add nuts to the chocolate bark?
Yes, but it will increase the carbs and might be inflammatory for some people. I like to add a few pecans to my chocolate bark sometimes.
Can I add pork rinds to the bark?
Some people discovered that mixing some pork rinds into the melted chocolate gives the bark a delightful crunch. Yes, you can certainly add some pork rinds to the melted chocolate before pouring it on the baking mat.
Can I sprinkle salt on top?
Yes, that’s a very good idea! Sprinkle some sea salt on top of the bark before it sets. This will not only give it a delicious texture, but it will enhance the sweet and salty flavors of both the chocolate and the peanut butter.
Not only does this low-carb chocolate peanut butter bark satisfy your sweet and chocolate cravings, but it is the perfect thing to take to parties or give as homemade food gifts too. Trust me; you’ll find more excuses to make it!
More Keto Candy Recipes
If you enjoyed this low-carb chocolate peanut butter bark recipe, here are some more low-carb candy recipes you should try next. They are some of my go-to’s.
Keto Chocolate Peanut Butter Bark
This chocolate peanut butter bark is sugar-free and low-carb. It has 2g net carbs per serving! A guilt-free way to indulge in chocolate.
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Line a baking sheet with a silicone mat or parchment paper.
Melt milk chocolate and peanut butter baking chips.
Spoon melted milk chocolate onto sheet. Flatten out a bit with the back of a spoon.
Drop melted peanut butter chips over the milk chocolate. Swirl melted peanut butter chips into melted milk chocolate.
Place sheet in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes to harden. Then remove and break into pieces.
Serving: 28g | Calories: 130 | Carbohydrates: 14g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 10g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Sodium: 30mg | Potassium: 69mg | Fiber: 12g | Calcium: 29mg | Iron: 2mg
Net Carbs: 2 g | % Carbs: 7.8 % | % Protein: 3.9 % | % Fat: 88.2 % | SmartPoints: 5
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