Nutty Caramel Chocolate Delight!

These are so delicious! They are Induction friendly and very low in carb. Enjoy!

8 oz cream cheese (softened)
1/2 cup of unsalted butter (softened)
1/3 cups Diabetisweet
1/4 cups of unsweetened cocoa powder
1/4 cups of caramel flavored Da Vinci syrup
1 oz of peanuts (chopped)
Method:
See video above.
After mixing the batter place in the freezer for about 2 hours until frozen. Remove from the freezer and place in freezer bag or a freezer save container. Keep in the freezer. I stored them in a zip freezer bag, see below:

Low Carb Chocolate Delight

Frozen Chocolate Delight

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18 Responses to “Nutty Caramel Chocolate Delight!”

  1. Jay says:

    Hi Malinda, just check out all the Induction recipes on my website here http://www.lowcarb360.com/category/atkins-induction-friendly-recipes

  2. malinda says:

    you have great receipt’s please send me some of these I am on phase 1 day 1….I really don’t know what to do?

  3. kmp723 says:

    Hi I made these and they came out really good. My son loved them as well. When I want a real decadent treat I melt one of these cookies and pair it with a miracle brownie, which is a low carb friendly receipe I found. You might be familiar with it as well. I found it on about.com

  4. Jay says:

    Hi Lisa, the Chocolate Delight was made to be eaten cold like a frozen chocolate treat : )

  5. Lisa says:

    Hi! I’m a big fan of yours. I’ve tried almost all of your dishes. I did this one last night…I wasn’t entirely sure when to eat it. I took it out of the freezer and they were very hard to chew it, my boyfriend ate it like that two of them. I waited a lit but until it was a little bit more thawed and then we left the rest out completely and went bowling to see if that way would be better…Can you share how you’re suppose to eat these?

  6. Jay says:

    Your welcome Gloria, stick with it because it works!

  7. Jay says:

    Hi Vetta, You have to keep them frozen or they will melt.

  8. Vetta says:

    I am enjoying looking at all of your many recipes. So far I’ve only tried one but I will be making an attempt to try these cookies. A question that I have is do you allow the cookies to sit out of the freezer awhile before eating so that they can soften or do you eat them still frozen. Is the total carb count on these cookies 2.5 each. I love watching your videos, keep up the good work.

  9. Jay says:

    Thanks so much for commenting. I am happy to hear that you are enjoying the recipes : )

  10. Teketa says:

    I made these and they were very good. I have tried several recipes from your site, and all were delicious. Thanks a million for sharing your recipes.

  11. Gloria says:

    Hey Jay, I’m excited about starting the low carb lifestyle since you’ve posted such great recipes,thanks.

  12. Melissa says:

    I made these and they were delicious!!! They were exacty what I needed to satisfy my sweet tooth craving. I used Splenda instead of Diabetisweet because that’s what I had on hand. I also had some hazelnut sugar free syrup in the pantry and used that instead of the carmel.And I left the peanuts out because this is just my second week on Atkins and I’m still in induction phase. Well all I can say is WOW!!! Thanks so much for the recipe!! I love your website!! It’s extrememly helpful and has great ideas!

  13. Jay says:

    You can leave it out, it just will not have the caramel flavor. You could add some Vanilla extract to it.

  14. Jay says:

    Hey Ericker, I just updated the post with the nutritional information.

  15. ericker says:

    what is the net carb for these

  16. ericker says:

    is there a substitute for the caramel syrup we dont carry it in st.ucia

  17. Jay says:

    Your Welcome Patricia: )

  18. Patricia says:

    Thank you for your webpage, recipes and inspiration.

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