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Keto Candy: Top 20 Keto Candy Recipes for Every Occasion

20 Keto Candy Recipes 

#1 Keto Buckeyes

Not enough time? This keto-buckeyes recipe takes 20 minutes to make and cannot be baked. All you need are ingredients, a mixing bowl, and a freezer. Horseseye is known as a rich peanut butter chocolate treat, modeled after the horse nut. But traditional Midwestern candy won’t do you any good if you try to stick to the keto diet.

They’re packed with sugar and processed ingredients, which can lead to blood sugar spikes and inflammation. 

But if you’re craving candy or loving the classic combination of chocolate and keto nuts, this dessert recipe is for you. These ketogenic skins are also a great alternative to fat bombs. They are gluten-free, dairy-free, paleo-free, and no-baked, making them an easy dessert to make on the busiest weekday evenings.

They’re delicious straight out of the freezer, but don’t forget to put them in the refrigerator if you want to store them for later.

These dark chocolate buckeyes are:

  • Sweet
  • Satisfying
  • Chewy
  • Delicious

#2 Keto Chocolate Candy Bar

Sometimes you just want a simple bar of chocolate. Although there are sugar-free chocolate bars on the market, keto chocolates are made up of only five ingredients and contain natural food ingredients. It’s also vegan and paleo-friendly.

A healthy, low sugar, and low carb chocolate bar? Doesn’t that sound like an oxymoron?

For all of you chocolate lovers, here’s some good news: Chocolate isn’t bad for you. These extra ingredients added to chocolate (soy lecithin, emulsifier, artificial flavors and sugar) negatively impact your health.

But the main ingredient in all chocolate bars, cocoa, has been shown to have many health benefits, helping treat allergies, cancer, oxidative stress, insulin resistance, and inflammation.

The key to enjoying healthy chocolate is avoiding store brands and making your own at home.

#3 Trail Mix Chocolate Bark


Chocolate crust tends to be a favorite during the holidays, but you can enjoy this trail mix chocolate bark recipe all year-round. It’s made with Perfect Keto Trail Mix, so you have tons of healthy keto nuts and seeds and sweetened with monk fruit, so you don’t have to worry about your blood sugar. 

Most standard trail mixes are filled with dried cherries, cranberries, and pumpkin seeds. Maybe they get really crazy and add in some chocolate chips. 

But Perfect Keto Trail Mix isn’t just dried fruit. And this chocolate crust mixture is not your standard recipe. Whether you’re looking for a sweet snack or a complete dessert, this gluten and dairy free bark fits the bill.

This dark chocolate trail mix bark is:

  • Sweet
  • Flavorful
  • Delicious
  • Satisfying

#4 Keto Chocolate Kisses


These sweet, low-carb kisses are the perfect keto valentine treat or anytime you want to take a bite out of dark chocolate. Each kiss contains only 20 calories, so enjoy these chocolate keto kisses!

#5 Keto Butter Coconut Bites

These delicious keto butter coconut feathers take traditional peanut butter cups to the next level by adding a layer of coconut oil. The smooth and creamy textures of coconut and peanut butter together make these bites truly decadent. 

Step aside peanut butter cups — there’s a new (macadamia) in town. It is rich in key nutrients, low in sugar, and sure to meet your keto goals.

Oh, and it’s not even made with peanut butter, but with keto-friendly macadamia oil.

These Keto Butter Coconut Bites have only four ingredients and require no baking whatsoever.

Unlike many cups of the peanut butter you see online or on the grocery store shelves, these tasty bites contain 26 grams of fat, 3 grams of protein, and less than one gram of net carbs per slice. Pretty crazy, right?

#6 Low-Carb Turtle Candies

This recipe might be sugar-free, but try to communicate that caramel-chocolate goodness you experience with every bite. These low-carb turtle lollipops are the perfect combination of chewy and crispy

#7 Almond Joy Keto Bark

This delicious Almond Joy keto bark is infused with a nutty flavor and covered in chocolate icing. One serving contains only 100 calories and only net carbs. This is the perfect big batch recipe to satisfy your sweet tooth. It’s very important to supply your home with sugar-free keto foods.

Escape the temptation and quench any cravings for crispy chocolate keto almond crust. This super-simple, low-carb dark chocolate almond bark is perfect for the keto diet.

It’s time to ditch the chocolate bars and add this sugar-free chocolate keto crust to your low-carb or sugar-free diet.

This completely addictive keto chocolate bark is:

  • Chocolatey
  • Crunchy
  • A bit salty
  • Gluten-free and grain-free
  • Vegan
  • Dairy-free

#8 Keto Peppermint Patties

When was the last time you ate a mint cake? If you’ve been following the keto diet for a while, it probably was a long time ago. These keto mint patties are sweet and refreshing, and because they’re made from peppermint extract, you don’t have to worry about any artificial flavors

#9 Low-Carb Chocolate Crunch Bars


This recipe is like a chocolate bar that met a breakfast bar and gave birth to a beautiful, healthy, chocolate baby. Satisfy your hunger with this low-carb chocolate bar.

Sure, it might be easier to just buy peppermint patties from your local grocery store, but remember that whatever you put into your body is good or bad. Chances are, peppermint patties are loaded with unhealthy ingredients, not to mention tons of sugar that will definitely get you out of ketosis faster than peppermint can tell.

These Keto Peppermint Patties are keto, duh, paleo, gluten-free, and can be made dairy-free. They’re the perfect little feel-good snack or treat, and the best part is they contain a plethora of health benefits.

From improving your brain function to boosting your oral health and digestive health, these low carb, Keto Peppermint Patties are a surefire way to give your body the proper fuel to get you over that hump.

#10 Keto White Chocolate 

For fans of white chocolate – we have prepared you. This keto white chocolate recipe sets the stage for any flavors you want to combine. You can think of chocolate as a canvas and paint as your favorite spices and additives. You can choose the cinnamon route, season with cayenne pepper, and chill with peppermint. 

Super easy keto white chocolate recipe! I can’t believe how easy it is! This chocolate is full of fat and contains almost no carbs! To make this delicious treat, you need to use a water bath or steamer to melt the cocoa butter. If you don’t risk burning the chocolate and trust me, it tastes AWESOME.

When you go chilling your chocolate, you can also add a bunch of different things to give it texture. When I poured in the chocolate for cooling, I added some almonds, cinnamon and cayenne pepper, but the options are endless! The hazelnuts would be DELICIOUS.

#11 Low-Carb Toffee


Toffee is one of those candy recipes that seems to take a lot of work. What to do if it takes too long to cook? Not long enough? Make guesses about this favorite holiday with this simple, low-carb toffee recipe.

#12 Pecan Pie Fudge Fat Bombs


Everyone loves pecan pie, so why not scale it down and turn it into pecan candy (also known as fatty pecan pie bombs)? This recipe is a favorite among fat bomb lovers and contains only two net carbs per serving. If you are not a fan of pecans, feel free to mix the keto nuts you use.

#13 Chocolatey Keto Nut Butter Cups

These chocolate keto peanut butter cups are your answer to Reese’s peanut butter cup addictions – everyone has them. Enjoy it with dark or milk chocolate, just make sure it’s unsweetened. The best part? Each cup contains 2 grams of protein.

#14 Keto Christmas Crack

Forget crackers and sugar, this keto Christmas crackle has all the crunch and sweetness without any carbs. You can use traditional pecan topping, or substitute walnuts, almonds, or even some keto-friendly sprinkles. 

Keto Gummy Recipes

You can’t forget about gummies when it comes to keto candy; they’re not only easy to make — but with the variety of molds you can use, they’re a pretty good time as well. 

#15 Cafe Latte Gummy Bears

These latte mummy bears don’t just delight your sweet tooth; they will also give you a little boost of energy. One of the main ingredients is Perfect Keto instant coffee, so don’t drink it too late in the day or you may stay awake all night. However, they really are the perfect midday snack if you start to feel the afternoon slump.

#16 Vanilla Blueberry Gummies

These delicious fruit gummies contain exogenous ketones, which means they will not only keep you in ketosis but also give you an extra ketone boost. Blueberry Vanilla Gummies are a great pre-workout snack or just something chewy to carry.

#17 Sugar-Free Chocolate Strawberry Gummies

There is nothing like fresh fruit if you want a strawberry flavor. Do you like chocolate-covered strawberries? These sugar-free chocolate-strawberry gummies deliver the desired flavor with the added bonus of exogenous ketones and grass-fed gelatin.

Keto Truffle Recipes

There’s no candy more indulgent than a truffle. Rich, creamy, and silky –these recipes will leave you wanting for nothing when it comes to decadence. 

#18 Sea Salt Caramel Brownie Truffles

Each of these delicious sea salt caramel brownie truffles contains only one pure carbohydrate and is packed with healthy fats to keep you full and satisfied. And best of all, they only take ten minutes to get ready.

#19 Silky Mocha Truffles

These creamy, silky mocha truffles melt in your mouth. And since they are made from real mocha, they will give you a boost to keep you going. Enjoy them with a warm glass of milk or afternoon coffee.

#20 Coconut Matcha Truffles

While most truffles are chocolate-colored, these matcha coconut truffles mix a little with matcha and coconut flavor. They require a true match along with MCT Oil Powder making them a great nutrient.

A Word On Sweeteners

One of the most important decisions to make when making keto candy is figuring out what type of sweetener you’re going to use. There are many sugar-free sweeteners out there, but which one should you choose? Monk fruit and stevia are ideal, both are natural sweeteners obtained from real food sources (not laboratory ones).

Another option is a sugar alcohol. While not necessarily harmful, many people report digestive problems and some may even raise their blood sugar levels. So if you prefer sugar alcohol, stick with erythritol. Sugar alcohols such as maltitol and xylitol can be difficult to digest.

Keto Candy Round-Up

Whether you are a gummy lover, a chocolate fanatic, or anything in between, there is a keto candy recipe for you. You shouldn’t miss the moment when this candy craving starts to lift its ugly heads, just make sure there is enough to share!

Julia Clarks

Julia Clarks

Julia is a health and wellness reporter who is passionate about aiding people much better to recognize their bodies. She's a fan of excellent scientific research and also bad wordplay here, and resides in Boston with her spouse, 2 daughters, and also loves dogs.
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