Rocky Road Candy -KETO Holiday Dessert

This KETO Holiday Dessert is insane – imagine making Rocky Road Candy with only 3 ingredients! With the stress of all the holiday baking and cooking, here’s a super easy keto dessert with no baking – all you need is a microwave. Make it with the kids – it’s that easy!

0:00 Introduction to Rocky Road Candy -KETO Holiday Dessert
0:11: Prepare Keto Marshmallows for Rocky Road Candy -KETO Holiday Dessert
0:42: Prep nuts for Rocky Road Candy -KETO Holiday Dessert
0:52: Prep chocolate for Rocky Road Candy -KETO Holiday Dessert
1:05: Assemble ingredients for Rocky Road Candy -KETO Holiday Dessert
1:29: Making individual candies for Rocky Road Candy -KETO Holiday Dessert
2:09: Last step for Rocky Road Candy -KETO Holiday Dessert
2:32: Other Keto/Low Carb Recipes from Delicious Chemistry

9 oz. package of Lily’s semi-sweet chocolate chips * (you can also use dark, milk or combination of your favorite chocolate):
1 package Max Mallow (Keto marshmallows):
1 cup pecans (plus a bit more for topping, which is optional):

I made my own KETO marshmallows – so easy and much more affordable and healthier than commercial ones. Here’s the link to make my recipe:

Cut Keto marshmallows into 1/2″ x 1/2″ cubes. You’ll need about 1.5 cups (and extra for the topping, but that’s optional)

Rough chop pecans (plus finely chop a bit more for the topping – this is optional)

Melt the chocolate chips in the microwave (I use the Defrost or Melt Chocolate setting) in 30 second intervals.

Gently stir in pecans first, then the marshmallows.

On a parchment lined tray, take 2 large spoons and make about 10 – 12 candies. While still soft, add a marshmallow and a sprinkling of pecans on top.

Place in refrigerator until cooled (about 2 hours). YUM!

It’s gluten free, sugar free and low carb. It makes the perfect candy for folks who are diabetic – they don’t need to miss out during the holidays. The keto chocolate tastes just like regular chocolate and it has only 4.5 net carbs per large candy! If you want to lower the carbs, just make each candy piece smaller (I made mine pretty big).

* = The ingredients in erythritol do not affect blood sugar, so the carbohydrates it contains are considered non-impact.

Greetings Friends! I’m Kim with Delicious Chemistry sharing another recipe for your Low Carb Journey. My journey started as a way to naturally lower my high blood pressure. I have chosen to use healing foods to do this. As an ancient philosopher once said,
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Macros per serving: 1 large candy
Servings: 10 large candies
Calories: 120
Total Fat: 15 g
Net Carbs: 4.5 g
Protein: 4.5 g

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