Make Keto Christmas “Crack” Toffee This Holiday Season!
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We can’t get enough of this keto Christmas Crack!
Love the popular holiday treat known as “Christmas Crack”?
Now you can make your own “Keto Christmas Crack” pecan toffee! It’s an addicting toffee often made during the holidays with lots of butter, sugar, and chocolate! Check out all of our amazing chocolate recipes while you’re in the baking mood!
If you’re having a candy craving this Christmas, make a batch of this easy Pecan Toffee to keep your Keto lifestyle on track!
The result is a delicious, low-carb candy dessert, and I LOVE that it also happens to be super easy to make. You won’t regret including it in your keto holiday baking! Simply cook up the pecan toffee mixture, spread it on a pan, let it cool, top with melted chocolate, let it cool again, and then crack off sections for easy snackable pieces.
Keto "Christmas Crack" Pecan Toffee
yield: 24 SERVINGS
prep time: 15 MINUTES
cook time: 1 HOUR 30 MINUTES
total time: 1 HOUR 45 MINUTES
Sweet and buttery low-carb toffee with chocolate and pecans makes for the perfect keto holiday treat.
Here are a few recipe tips to keep in mind when making Keto Christmas Crack Pecan Toffee:
- For the chocolate, I used two Lily’s chocolate bars. They’re sweetened with stevia and super YUMMY. They also melt nicely in the microwave to pour over your toffee layer. You could also use keto chocolate chips, a 7-ounce bag of ChocZero milk chocolate chips works perfectly.
- Feel free to also sweeten with your favorite keto sweetener. I used 1/2 cup of Swerve granular and it worked out perfectly! Another option would be to try this Swerve brown sugar alternative for a richer flavor—yum!
- Not a fan of Swerve? Check out our best keto sugar substitute guide for helpful info on different keto-compliant sweeteners.
- Feel free to use your favorite chopped nuts in place of the pecans, such as walnuts or almonds.
- To avoid sticking, I covered a smaller 9×12 baking sheet with foil and then sprayed it with nonstick spray. You could line it with parchment paper as well.
Finally, a keto Christmas candy to indulge in!
In all honesty, the softer consistency isn’t exactly like traditional toffee which is super hard, but the taste is very similar, and it does the trick if you’re having a sweet craving!
This treat will melt, so I suggest keeping the keto Christmas crack in a covered container in the fridge or freezer until ready to eat.
Check out what my teammate Jenna had to say about this keto Christmas crack pecan toffee:
“I am such a big fan of Lily’s chocolate, the only way to make it even more delicious is to add it to keto toffee, YUM! This turned out great! I appreciate how simple and easy to follow the process was, and love this toffee as a holiday treat!”
Here’s what my Hip sidekick Emily thought of this keto Christmas crack:
“This keto Christmas crack is seriously addicting! I could not stop eating it! I kept telling myself just one more piece about five times before I could walk away! Also, so easy to make! I’m going to have to make another batch because it did not last long at my house. I used ChocZero’s keto milk chocolate chips and they made it so good!”