Keto chocolate chips are very pricey unless you opt to make your own! Here’s how to make amazingly tasty keto-friendly chocolate chips that are just 2 net carbs per serving.
Keto Chocolate Chips
If you use Nestle Tollhouse unsweetened cocoa and Bocha sweet as the recipe indicates, the chocolate chips will taste identical to Nestle tollhouse chocolate chips!
In a heavy saucepan over low heat, melt cocoa butter and chocolate together until smooth.
Stir in the Bocha Sweet (or powdered Swerve), then stir in cocoa powder, until smooth.
Remove from heat and stir in vanilla extract.
Spread the mixture into the back of a raised cone baking mat, or pour into chocolate chip molds or spread in an 8×8 pan lined with parchment paper. Refrigerate until set, then chop into small chunks.
Homemade Keto Chocolate Chips Nutrition Info
Total Servings: 14
Serving Size: 2 Tablespoons
Total Carbs 3.5 Fiber 1.4g, Net Carbs 2.1g
The Budget101.com Price Breakdown
Organic Cacao Butter Wafers .93¢ per ounce: 3 ounces = $2.79
Unsweetened Bakers Chocolate $1.79 (for 8 ounces): 2oz = 44¢
Cocoa Powder $2.26 for 8 oz, 2.4 ounces in 2/3c = 67¢
Bocha Sweet 81¢ per ounce 4 ounces in half cup of Bocha = $3.24 (or 2.56 if using Powdered Swerve)
Vanilla extract = .08¢
Total cost for 1 pound of Keto Chocolate chips $7.22 (or 45¢ per ounce). Compare that with Lily’s keto Chocolate Chips which are $1.11 per ounce
If you love the taste of Lily’s Chocolate Chips, you can use powdered Swerve instead of Bocha Sweet. Powdered Swerve is 64¢ per ounce. This will change the price to $6.54 per pound or 40¢ per ounce of chocolate chips.