Chocolate Covered Strawberries | Keto, Low Carb, No Sugar Added

A chocolate covered strawberry with a cream drizzle laying on a tray.

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Chocolate Covered Strawberries are the perfect treat to make for Valentine's Day...or ANY day really. And, they're so easy to make too, from start-to-finish it'll only take you 15 minutes to make them. That said, the chocolate covered strawberries I'm showing you how to make today aren't just easy to whip up. They're low carb, keto, and have no sugar added to them!


2 Cups (280g) Strawberries

1/3 Cup (70g) Keto Chocolate Chips

Heaping Tbsp (15g) Ghee or Butter

Alternatively you can use...

3/4 (70g) Baker's Chocolate Bar

Just less than 2 Tbsps (24g) Ghee or Butter

1/4 Cup (36g) Confectioners Swerve

Pinch of salt


First, wash and dry the strawberries.

Now, melt the chocolate chips and ghee together either in the microwave or stove.

Once melted, dip the strawberries into the chocolate sauce, and then set them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.

Lastly, refrigerate the strawberries for about 15 minutes (until set).

***NOTE: If you're using the Baker's Chocolate method instead, you'll want to melt it with the ghee first, and then sift the Confectioners Swerve into the melted sauce.

After you sift the Swerve, mix it into the sauce until combined.


The Macros DO NOT include the "carbs" from Swerve. Swerve has 0 calories, so it should be tracked as 0 carbs. The FDA makes food companies list "sugar alcohols" as carbs, but that doesn't mean they should be tracked as such. That's why it's ALWAYS important to look at the calories of sweeteners and determine the true carb count FROM THE CALORIES.


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