These sweet and indulgent keto candy recipes are game-changers!
They’re easy, tasty, and ideal for anyone that’s avoided the low-carb diet because of their sweet tooth.
While very effective, the restrictive keto lifestyle is pretty much impossible for dessert lovers (like me!).
If you’re really motivated, you can last a few days or weeks without dessert. But at some point, you’ll start to crave sugar.
And just one bite can ruin all your hard work.
That’s where these homemade keto candy recipes come in!
From truffles and gummies to copycats of your favorite candy bars, they’ve got your cravings covered.
Top 25 Keto Candy Recipes You’ll Go Nuts For
1. Keto Candy Bars
Packed with healthy fats and proteins, these keto candy bars are beyond delish.
Made with a combination of sugar-free chocolate, peanut butter, and your choice of nuts, they’re crunchy, chewy, and delightfully fudgy.
Plus, they’re gluten-free, soy-free, and GMO-free.
Don’t like peanut butter? No problem. Just use your favorite nut butter instead.
And if you can’t find sugar-free chocolate, there’s even a recipe for that in the card!
Gummy candy is a favorite of mine. As much as I love chocolate, I can’t get enough of the sweet, chewy goodness.
And this recipe is especially ideal for satisfying your sweet tooth without blowing your daily carb count.
It’s a super simple blend of jello and water, and it’s beyond easy to modify – just use different flavors!
How easy is that?
Most store-bought candy bars are loaded with sugar and carbs, which isn’t so great for the keto lifestyle.
So if you’re missing the goodness of this classic treat, you know what to do.
Sweet, chewy, chocolatey, and caramelly, this copycat recipe makes a fantastic replica of 100 GRAND!
It’s not only keto-friendly but gluten-free and dairy-free, to boot. So it’s for everybody’s enjoyment.
Looking for an appetizing Christmas treat that’s both gluten-free and low-carb? Try this keto turtle candy recipe!
Featuring roasted almonds and ooey-gooey caramel encased in a smooth and crunchy chocolate shell, it’s devilishly delish.
It’s dairy-free, sugar-free, and plant-based, so it’s not just perfect for keto dieters but for vegans, as well.
5. Keto Toffee
Are you ready to enjoy the rich, buttery taste of toffee without the sugar crash? Me too!
Made with walnuts, butter, cream, and dark chocolate, this toffee candy is crunchy, chewy, and chocolatey to the max.
Feel free to use a different nut or to leave them out altogether. It’ll be tasty either way.
These keto and diabetic-friendly peanut clusters are an excellent holiday dessert.
From the melted dark and white chocolate to the peanut butter and roasted peanuts, they’re so good, no one will even know they’re low-carb!
Plus, they couldn’t be easier to make. Just drop the ingredients into the Crockpot and slow cook for 2 hours. Easy peasy!
This butterscotch candy starts off crunchy and brittle and then slowly melts in your mouth.
And its sweet and buttery flavors will make your taste buds sing.
It’s incredible how something so decadent can be both sugar-free and a breeze to make!
All you’ll need is butter, keto sweetener (golden for the color), and some salt for sprinkling. How easy is that?
If you need something sweet to hand out as gifts to your keto friends, these wrapped caramel candies are just the ticket.
Low in carbs and calories and containing zero sugar, they still somehow taste just like the real thing!
I love the way these melt in my mouth, and the sweet and salty flavors always hit the spot.
Keto chocolate nut clusters are a quick and easy snack that’ll instantly satisfy those sweet cravings.
I mean, how can you go wrong with nuts and chocolate?
Thanks to the microwave, they only take a few minutes to make.
Just be careful and use 30-second increments on low power to keep it from scorching.
Chocolate, salted caramel, and almonds join forces to make one epic keto-friendly treat!
This crockpot candy perfectly balances sweet, salty, and nutty. As a result, it’s scrumptious without being too overwhelming.
Made with just four simple ingredients, it’s naturally gluten-free, low-carb, and dairy-free.
Best of all, it can be made ahead of time and stored in the fridge for up to two weeks.
Made mainly with nuts and seeds bound together by chocolate, these crunch bars are crispy, chewy, and fudgy, with just the right amount of sweetness.
And they’re easy to make, too.
The prep time is less than five minutes! Then, when you’re done, simply pop them in the fridge to set.
In just a few hours, you’ll have heavenly chocolate crunch bars that are perfect for satisfying your sweet tooth without derailing your diet.
I love coconut, so Mounds and Bounty bars are two of my go-to sweets.
So if you’re team coconut, too, you’ll love these chocolate-covered coconut candies.
Sugar-free, keto-friendly, and totally addictive, they’re a must-make.
Between the shredded coconut, sugar-free powdered sugar, condensed milk, and chocolate chips, they’re deliciously chewy and flaky.
Plus, they taste just as good as the store-bought versions.
Here’s another terrific sweet treat that’s ideal for gift-giving.
Everyone loves chocolate and almond bark, right? So make this for your keto friends, and they’ll thank you well into the new year.
Combining chocolate, peanut butter, almonds, and pecans, this candy bark’s flavors and textures truly hit the spot.
Who doesn’t love chocolate and caramel?
This keto sweet combines the two in one yummy candy you’ll crave day after day.
Seriously, it’s so good, you won’t even realize it’s sugar-free.
The secret ingredient is shredded coconut. It brings such a lovely texture and helps bind the ingredients together.
The other key element is walnuts, adding a nice crunch and slight nutty flavor.
Outrageously silky and impossibly creamy, this chocolate and peanut butter fudge is melt-in-your-mouth amazing.
Easy and quick, this is an excellent recipe for last-minute desserts. The hardest part is waiting for the fudge to set!
Believe it or not, you can make these bite-sized treats totally keto with just a few simple swaps. And they’re just as rich and indulgent as you’d expect.
The base is a blend of cream, cocoa powder, and melted sugar-free chocolate. That’s rolled in the coating of your choice, such as cocoa powder.
For a bit of texture, try shredded coconut or crushed hazelnuts.
Or get creative with different types of chocolate – white chocolate, milk chocolate, or even orange or mint chocolate all make mouthwatering options!
Just be sure they’re sugar-free!
Don’t miss out on the holiday fun just because you’re on keto!
Make these festive keto cream cheese truffles for a sweet ending to your Christmas celebration.
These bites call for a mix of crushed, homemade almond cookies and cream cheese dipped in sugar-free melted chocolate.
They’re then sprinkled with Christmas-themed sprinkles and refrigerated until firm.
Not only are they delectable, but they’re also low in carbs and high in healthy fats, making them the perfect decadent yet secretly wholesome snack.
This mouthwatering keto Snickers bar has all of the rich flavor of a traditional candy bar but without the sugar crash when you’re done.
It’s a healthy homemade version with layers of nougat and caramel covered in chocolate. And it’s absolutely delightful.
With this recipe, you can indulge in one of the best chocolate candy bars on the planet without sabotaging your diet. How’s that for a win-win?!
19. Keto Twix Bars
I adore Twix bars, so this was the first keto candy recipe I tried. And oh boy, they didn’t disappoint!
They’re insanely rich, chocolatey, and gooey, with a crisp cookie base and a thick layer of caramel in the middle.
They taste just like the real thing – you won’t be able to tell the difference!
Peppermint Patties get a bad rap, but I love the mix of cool mint and dark chocolate.
Made with peppermint extract, sugar-free chocolate, coconut cream and oil, and Swerve sweetener, they’re easier to make than you think.
And they only take a few minutes to set in the fridge.
So if you’re looking for a quick and easy keto-friendly treat, these sweets are an excellent choice.
These adorable little bears may look like the regular gummies from the store, but their blend of gelatin, sweetener, and unsweetened soft drink mix makes them 100% sugar-free.
Of course, if you don’t have gummy bear molds, feel free to use whatever you have on hand.
Just be sure to use silicone molds, so they’re easy to get out.
If Ferrero Rocher is a Christmas staple in your house, you’ll want to bookmark this recipe.
These chocolate hazelnut truffles are crunchy, sweet, and covered in lashings of sugar-free chocolate.
The filling is a simple homemade sugar-free Nutella that basically dissolves on your tongue. And it’s the best complement to the crushed nuts.
There’s something so nostalgic and comforting about chocolate kisses.
And now, with these homemade sugar-free chocolate kisses, you can enjoy them without the guilt!
This childhood favorite is perfect for satisfying your sweet tooth while on a keto diet.
Guilt-free, delicious, and not to mention super easy to make, they’re bound to be your newest go-to treat.
Chocolate and peanut butter is one of those flavor combinations that just can’t be beat.
And chocolate peanut butter cups are proof.
So give this recipe a shot if you’re on keto and missing that Reese’s fix. You won’t be disappointed.
Made with chocolate, caramel, and more chocolate, these Rolo fat bombs will make your taste buds jump for joy.
Unlike other keto-friendly snacks that can be dry and bland, these mindblowing fat bombs are soft, chewy, and utterly delish.
Plus, they’re easy to make and can be stored in the fridge for weeks. So go ahead, make a huge batch!
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