Sugar Free Peanut Butter Twix is copycat version of the popular candy bar.
This homemade candy bar tastes like a lush yummy crunchy peanut butter cookie with a chocolate covering.
Copycat Sugar free Peanut Butter Twix bars.
The inside of this bar is a crunchy peanut butter cookie.
That cookie is then covered with sugar free chocolate.
Did you try my Sugar Free Copycat Twix Bars?
That recipe is also a copycat version of the popular candy bar. However, this version has the added peanut butter flavor to it!
To make this recipe you will need sugar free dark chocolate chips. You can find a variety of dark chocolate chips with no added sugar here.
A 'Twix Bar' is a popular candy bar.
The candy bar resembles connected cookies that are covered in chocolate.
The cookies themselves are comprised of two layers.
On the bottom there is a crunchy shortbread cookies.
Layered on top of the cookies is a caramel-like sweet layer.
Twix is rumoured to be of 'English' origin.
As are result, its name can be traced to the British.
The "TW" is said to represent twins (as the candy bar will have two cookies).
Then the "IX" comes from the shortened name for 'biscuits' (aka cookies).
Tips for making this sugar free bar.
It is important that you oven gets to the correct temperature before baking the cookie portion of this recipe. For this reason you should allow the oven to preheat for at least 10 minutes.
More helpful tips for you.
- Almond flour and coconut flour are both used to make to make the crunchy center of these bars. The ingredients and the amounts used should not be altered for best results.
- Sugar free creamy peanut butter works best in this recipe. You could use an alternative sugar free nut butter instead.
- The filling in my bars uses sugar free maple syrup. You could however use the liquid sugar alternative of your choice or actual maple syrup, making adjustments as needed.
How to store copycat peanut butter bars.
These bars should be stored in an airtight container. They can be refrigerated or frozen but, you should let them get to room temperature before serving for a more enjoyable bar.
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About this recipe for keto friendly copycat Twix bars.
This is a no added sugar recipe for a copycat peanut butter candy bar. To make this a keto low carbohydrate recipe, please make sure that the ingredients that you are using to make this recipe are all friendly to your diet.
This recipe is made in three stages.
The first stage of this recipe is making the shortbread cookie layer. Then we will top this with the peanut butter layer. Lastly, melted chocolate will cover the entire layered cookie to make the bars.
Ingredients needed to make this sugar free peanut butter Twix bar.
- Almond Flour. Essential ingredient for making the shortbread cookie.
- Coconut Flour. Also an essential ingredient for the cookie layer. However, do not use an alternative flour or alter the amounts of flour used.
- Also, Coconut Oil. This should be melted.
- Sugar Free Maple Syrup. Feel free to use an alternative liquid sweetener and in the amount needed.
- And, Sugar Free Peanut Butter. Creamy peanut butter works best.
- Vegetable Oil. This is used to help the texture of the melted chocolate.
- Sugar Free Dark Chocolate Chips.. This is what will cover the bars.
- Sea Salt. It is the size of this salt that offers the perfect balance of flavors in this recipe. An alternative to this larger salt granule is kosher salt.
How to make Sugar Free Peanut Butter Twix (copycat version)
- Preheat your oven to 350. Prep a square pan (8 X 8) with parchment paper that also overhangs the edges.
- In a large mixing bowl, use a fork or a whisk to combine together the almond and coconut flours. Then pour half of the melted coconut oil over the mix and work the ingredients into a dough. Transfer the dough to the prepared baking pan and evenly press it into place. Next, use a fork to poke a few holes in the dough and then bake the dough for 10-12 minutes or until it turns golden. Allow the shortbread layer to cool to room temperature (15-20 minutes).
Make the bars.
- For the peanut butter layer, first mix together your sugar free maple syrup, peanut butter, and remaining coconut oil until creamy. Then pour this over the shortbread and evenly spread the peanut butter mixture over the entire layer of shortbread. Place this into your refrigerator until hardened (however, about five hours) or freezer (about an hour or so).
- Once the bars are set, use the overhanging parchment paper to lift the bars from the baking dish and place the bars on a flat surface. Use a knife, rocker style pizza cutter, or similar utensil to first cut the cookies into bars. Then, to make 16 bars, cut the shortbread and half and repeat this process cutting each of the halves until as a result, you have 16 bars.
- Start by lining a baking sheet with parchment or wax paper. Then melt the chocolate according to the directions on the packaging and then stir in the oil. Next, use a fork or spoon to dip each of the bars into the chocolate and then lastly, place it onto the prepared baking sheet. Lastly, sprinkle the salt on top and refrigerate or freeze the bars until set as a result.
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Table of contents for this recipe.
- Copycat Sugar free Peanut Butter Twix bars.
- Tips for making this sugar free bar.
- How to store copycat peanut butter bars.
- About this recipe for keto friendly copycat Twix bars.
Sugar Free Peanut Butter Twix,
- 1 cup Almond Flour
- ⅓ cup Coconut Flour
- ⅔ cup Coconut Oil - melted and divided
- ¼ cup Sugar Free Maple Syrup
- ¾ cup Sugar Free Peanut Butter
- 1 tbsp Vegetable Oil
- 1 ½ cup Sugar Free Chocolate Chips - dark
- 1 tsp Sea Salt
- Preheat your oven to 350. Prep a square pan (8 X 8) with parchment paper that overhangs the edges.
- In a large mixing bowl, use a fork or a whisk to combine together the almond and coconut flours. Then pour half of the melted coconut oil over the mix and work the ingredients into a dough.
- Transfer the dough to the prepared baking pan and evenly press it into place. Use a fork to poke a few holes in the dough and then bake the dough until it turns golden. Allow the shortbread layer to cool to room temperature .
- In a medium mixing bowl., mix together the sugar free maple syrup, peanut butter, and remaining coconut oil until creamy. Pour this over the shortbread and evenly spread the peanut butter mixture over the entire layer of shortbread. Place this into your refrigerator until hardened.
- Once the bars are set, use the overhanging parchment paper to lift the bars from the baking dish and place the bars on a flat surface. Use a knife, rocker style pizza cutter, or similar utensil to cut the cookies into bars.
- Line a baking sheet with parchment or wax paper. Melt the chocolate according to the directions on the packaging and then stir in the oil. Use a fork or spoon to dip each of the bars into the chocolate and then place it onto the prepared baking sheet. Sprinkle the salt on top and refrigerate or freeze the bars until set.
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Sugar Free Peanut Butter Twix, a delicious copycat version of a peanut butter flavored candy bar. No added sugar and as a result, also keto diet friendly.
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