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28 Best Homemade Keto Candy Recipes for Your Sweet Tooth

Craving candy on the keto diet? No worries! Here are 28 of the best homemade keto candy recipes to satisfy your sweet tooth from chocolate to gummies!

Article image from KindKetoMama

1. Keto Butterscotch Candy

Candy with only four ingredients? Impossible. This keto butterscotch candy is delicious and brittle but will melt in your mouth!

via BetterThanBreadKeto

2. Low Carb Keto Chocolate Peanut Butter Candy Bars

The flavor of low carb peanut butter cups in easy to make squares. Forget the molds and save time by making this popular candy in bar form.

via LowCarbYum

3. Zero Carb Gummy Candy

These zero carb gummy candies are a sugar free treat!

via StepAwayFromTheCarbs

4. Keto Bounty Bars

This keto & paleo version of this popular treat is nowhere as sweet as the original Bounty bars but if you follow a healthy ketogenic diet, your palate will adjust. You won’t crave sugar and may even realize that you don’t need any sweeteners.

via KetoDietApp

5. Low Carb Keto Snickers Candy Bars

Granted, it’s not zero carbs (5.5 g) but one of these bars will fill you up quite well and oh, have I mentioned they taste just like snickers bars?

via HungryForInspiration

6. Keto “Andes Mints” Chocolate Peppermint Fat Bombs

These Chocolate Peppermint Fat Bombs will remind you of the yummy, minty, chocolatey flavor of Andes Mints! What better way to boost your fat intake than these tasty treats?

via ForgetSugarFriday

7. Keto Pecan Pie Fudge

A pecan pie fudge recipe… that’s also low carb? How can that be? Enter, the ketogenic diet.

via TheseWildAcres

8. Keto No Bake Almond Joy

When you’re craving something sweet, but don’t want to fudge up on your perfect macros for the day, we like to turn to this Almond Joy Recipe! These little fat bombs store great in the fridge and have fat bomb macros so there is 0% guilt involved.

via KetoConnect

9. Super Easy Keto Fudge

This no-bake keto chocolate fudge is very easy to make; all you need are a handful of ingredients and a microwave for melting chocolate. It’s sugar free and low carb — just 0.5g net carbs for a generous bar of fudge.

via SavoryTooth

10. Keto Coconut Almond Fat Bombs (Raffaello Coconut Candy)

If you’re on the ketogenic diet, these little almond coconut fat bombs are a great way to increase your fat intake while keeping your carbs low.

via HungryForInspiration

11. No Bake Sugar-Free Peppermint Patty Bites

These sugar-free, gluten free peppermint patty bites are grain free, low carb, no bake delights!

via SugarFreeMom

12. Low Carb White Chocolate Coconut Fudge

Keto White Chocolate Fudge made low carb, sugar free and dairy free!

via SugarFreeMom

13. Easy Keto Almond Bark

This Keto Easy Chocolate Almond Bark recipe is a like a homemade candy bar with all your favorites.

via KaseyTrenum

14. Keto Buckeyes

This Keto Buckeyes Chocolate and Peanut Butter Balls Recipe is a treat! Honestly, I don’t think you could go wrong with any recipe that includes chocolate and peanut butter, could you?

via ISaveA2Z

15. Low Carb Chocolate Caramel Turtles

The perfect low carb, crunchy, chewy, and chocolatey treat.

via KindKetoMama

16. Low Carb Keto Chocolate Dipped Bacon

Chocolate and bacon make everything taste better so why not combine these two to make this addictive ketogenic treat? It’s is the perfect marriage: bittersweet dark chocolate with salty bacon and subtle maple tones.

via KetoDietApp

17. Low Carb Keto Candy Cane Cream Cheese Mints

The original cream cheese mints recipe calls for cups of powdered and granulated sugar. With a few low carb modifications, this recipe is totally suitable for a Keto diet.

via NoBunPlease

18. Keto Licorice

This is a ridiculously easy recipe, I promise! So instead of raiding the kids Halloween haul this year, make your own Low Carb candies and enjoy staying on your Keto way of eating.

via AKetoKitchen

19. Homemade Sugar-Free Chocolate Kisses

It’s nearly impossible to find good low carb sugar free chocolate kisses molded candy. Why not make it yourself using kiss drop candy molds?

via LowCarbYum

20. Keto Peppermint Melt-Away Bark

This is not your ordinary peppermint bark. This low-carb version combines coconut oil and cream cheese for a deliciously creamy white layer, while the chocolate layer is made using a technique similar to how you’d make low-carb sweetened condensed milk to create a silky, rich chocolate swirl. Plus the pecans and coconut or whatever else you throw on top is just bonus.

via MouthwateringMotivation

21. Keto Cream Cheese Truffles

Chocolate, coffee, and rum combine to form little balls of goodness perfect for keto dieters to satisfy their sweet tooth.

via Recommend.Tips

22. Sugar-Free Keto Chocolate Bars

Learn how to make low carb chocolate bars! This is the best way to make a keto chocolate bar that tastes like the real thing. Includes which sweeteners to use and the best method.

via WholesomeYum

23. Sugar-Free Gummies

These sugar-free gummies prove you do NOT have to break your keto diet for any of your favorite foods!

via ISaveA2Z

24. Low Carb Keto Red Hot Spicy Cinnamon Gummies

When I was a kid I would eat handfuls of Red Hots until my mouth was on fire. Spicy cinnamon has been a favorite flavor ever since. When I found cinnamon oil I knew I had to use it in a batch of Red Hot Cinnamon Gummies.

via JoyFilledEats

25. Sugar-Free Raspberry & Cream Jellies

These little jellies are like a bowl of raspberries and cream… in a solid form. Enjoy!

via KetoDietApp

26. No Sugar Homemade Fruit Snacks

These Healthy Homemade Fruit Snacks are sweet, soft, chewy and packed with fresh strawberry flavor!

via DessertsWithBenefits

27. Sugar-Free Strawberry & Lime Jellies

A great way to sneak more gut healing gelatin goodness into your life with these keto strawberry and lime jellies. Sweetener and sugar free and flavoured naturally with just fresh strawberries. Gummies don’t come healthier than this keto recipe!

via KetoDietApp

28. Sugar-Free Blackberry and Coconut Jellies

Coconut and Blackberry Jellies – or gummies, whatever you prefer to call them. They are not the same as gummy bears but will do the trick for sweet cravings – without all the sugar found in processed foods!

via KetoDietApp



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