We all know brownies are very tasty but they are not exactly diet friendly. However when the cravings for those chocolate treats won’t go away you’re bound to reach for help on the internet probably by scrolling for hour looking for a low carb brownie recipe.
That’s why we prepared a rundown of some amazing keto friendly brownies and bars you can purchase online.
1.IQ Bars: Cacao Almond Sea Salt
The best low carb chocolate brownie you can get on the market is definitely this one. Even though most items that utilize cacao use too much of it, this brand managed to add the perfect amount to create this nutty fudge brownie. This makes it very flavorful without the sweetness being over-done with a hint of nuttiness.
Another great thing is that the compounds used are all well known to us: Almonds, Soluble Tapioca Fiber, Allulose, Almond Butter, Erythritol, Flax Seed, Monk Fruit, Stevia, Cacao, Sea Salt, Walnuts, Lion’s Mane Extract, Natural Flavor, Green Tea Extract and Vitamin E.
They contain only 4g net carbs per bar and even though they are made of all natural compounds they don’t feel like you’re eating health food because they are still very tasty. They are definitely the best item on this rundown.
2.KetoBrownie – Low-Carb High Fat Baked Keto Brownies
One of the absolute best “no bake” keto fudge brownies available out there. The sweeteners used are the low glycemic ones: Erythritol, Stevia and Monk Fruit.
They have two flavors which contain really good macro counts which are 16g fat for Blondie and 12g fat for Chocolate Almond per bar.
The surface is a bit denser the usual and a bit gooey and chewy. These brownies don’t have the aftertaste of protein bars unlike some other keto dessert items.
These are quite compact and you can take them with you on your business trips or outdoor adventures easily. They manage to satisfy the sweet cravings that most people struggle to resist when they start a low carb or keto diet. They have two flavors which contain 6g net carbs for Chocolate Almond and 5g net carbs for Blondie.
3.Simply Scrumptous Low Carb Brownies
These brownie’s texture is a bit fluffy and moist. People on keto diet might not really like them because they don’t contain a lot of fat even though they are very low on carbs. However even ketoers might prefer these over others.
The compounds they use to create these are: Water, oat fiber, erythritol, defatted cocoa, egg whites, cheese, non-fat cream, puree, brown sugar, wheat flour, baking powder and vanilla.
They come in two flavors: Peanut Butter (4g net carbs) and Double Fudge (5g net carbs)
Simply Scrumptious also has a variety pack of the low carb products they offer including cookies, brownies and cakes.
4.Atkins Endulge Nutty Fudge Brownie Bars
These taste a bit sweeter so if you’re a sweet tooth they will come as a nice surprise. The flavor is great and the texture as well just like all the other products from Atkins, since they’ve been around for a long time.
The reason they are ranked lower on our rundown is because of the sweetener maltitol used that affects you blood glucose and because the rest of the compounds are less natural like maltodextrin and soybean oil.
They are still quite good and are cheaper than the ones that utilize more natural compounds. They come at 2g net carbs per bar.
If you decide to make your own brownies you can always utilize some Lily’s Chocolate Chips in there to make the brownie gooier. Here are a few low carb mixes you can use for keto fudge brownies.
- Good Dee’s Brownie Mix
If you’re able to prepare it right this is the tastiest mostchocolaty mix out there. It’s very low on carbs per brownie and it makes it easy to make a perfect texture. It’s only 1g net carb per brownie which means you can easily enjoy a few of these without going overboard.
Make sure you understand the instructions so that the brownies turn out perfect. If you like your brownies more on the fudge side you’ll need to cook them longer.
- Swerve Chocolate Cake
Although this is a cake mix you can utilize it for brownies. The catch is to use 1 less egg than you need and you’ll get a thicker and more brownie-like consistency. The net carb count is 2g per 25g serving which is pretty low because of the almond flour utilized as the first compound on the list.