Rough chip the chocolate and place it in a microwave save container.
Add the powdered swerve in with the chocolate and shake it around a bit to make sure that it is evenly distributed.
Place the container into the microwave for one minute to a minute and a half.
In the meantime, grab a silicon mat or chocolate chips mold and a spoon spatula.
Take the container out of the microwave and mix the ingredients together. If the chocolate is still too solid, simply microwave it for another 30 seconds and mix again. Repeat until you have a smooth mixture, making sure not to over microwave it and burn the chocolate.
Take a spoon or spatula and spread the mixture evenly across the silicon mat or chocolate chips mold.
Place the mold into the fridge and allow the chips to cool for a while.
Once the chocolate chips have cooled enough to solidify, simply flip the silicon mold over onto a piece of parchment paper and pop the chocolate chips out.
Let the chips sit out for a little bit to allow them to harden.
Only microwave the ingredients for 1 minute to start and in 30 second increments after that. It's super important that you don't burn the chocolate as that will ruin the taste and consistency of the chips.
If you don't have a honeycomb silicon pot holder like I have, you can purchase one HERE. If you prefer to use a chocolate chip mold, you can use these silicon molds.
Make sure to taste the mixture before placing it into the mold. Feel free to add an additional teaspoon of powdered Swerve if the sweetness is not to your liking.
Make sure you really smash the mixture down into the molds. That way you don't have any weird air pockets or missing sections in your chocolate chips.
Make sure to place down some wax paper before you pop the chips out of the mold. This will save you the trouble of having the clean your counter tops afterwards.
If you're having trouble getting the chips out of the molds, place the mold back into the fridge and allow it to cool for a bit longer.