37 Keto Candy Recipes to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth
Got a candy craving? These keto candy recipes are here to help. Using low glycemic sweeteners and rich flavors from chocolate, nuts, and coconut, these recipes deliver sweet flavor with none of the sugar crash.
For those times when you need something sweet, these keto candy recipes can help keep your health goals from running off the rails. With the right sweeteners and high-quality ingredients, they can even come with health benefits—including fighting tooth decay.
Whether you crave chocolate, caramel, or something gummy, these keto candy recipes will keep your sweet tooth satisfied. And if candy-making isn’t your jam, just grab a Bulletproof Chocolate Dipped Collagen Bar at your local Whole Foods. It’s keto-friendly and tastes like dessert.
Chocolate Keto Candy
Wrap them in foil, and you won’t notice the difference: This keto candy gets rich flavor from unsweetened chocolate, cacao butter and sweetener. To make it more Bulletproof, use mold-free chocolate and a sweetener like birch xylitol or non-GMO erythritol.
You won’t believe these truffles are under 2 net carbs each, thanks to satisfying centers made from coconut cream and cocoa powder. Skip the espresso powder (or get some from mold-free espresso beans) to make this elegant keto candy more Bulletproof.
When you need a sweet treat with benefits, try this simple fat bomb recipe. Mix CBD-infused coconut oil and coconut butter to make a fat-fueled treat that you can customize with your favorite flavors.
This keto candy delivers all the creamy flavor of white chocolate, with none of the refined sugar or hydrogenated oils. All you need is cacao butter and a low-glycemic sweetener to create a rich a creamy sweet. For a more Bulletproof candy, use a powdered sweetener like non-GMO erythritol or birch xylitol.
This recipe tastes just like store-bought candy cups, and takes just minutes to prepare. A cocoa powder and coconut oil coating surrounds a creamy coconut butter center for a craveable candy under 2 net carbs. Use a mold-free cocoa powder and a sweetener like birch xylitol to stay Bulletproof.
This easy freezer keto candy studs every chocolatey bite with pieces of raw pecans and shredded coconut, all with minimal net carbs. Use a mold-free chocolate for a more Bulletproof take on this recipe.
Make a chewy brownie center with almond flour, butter, cocoa powder, and vanilla, then dip in a rich coating with dark chocolate and cocoa butter for the ultimate chocolate experience. Use a sweetener like birch xylitol or non-GMO erythritol, get unsalted butter, and use a high-quality dark chocolate to stay Bulletproof.
A cocoa powder and cacao butter base gets a zingy upgrade from spices like chili powder and cinnamon. Best of all, each spicy bite is just 1 net carb. For a more Bulletproof version of this keto candy, skip the nutmeg and black pepper — and watch your reaction to peppers if you’re sensitive to nightshades.
Fudge keto candy recipes
This chewy keto candy comes in three delicious variations: Classic chocolate, creamy vanilla, and earthy turmeric. Since every recipe uses the same base out of coconut butter, collagen peptides, and vanilla, each protein-powered bite is only 1.5 net carbs.
This silky layered keto candy uses ingredients like cashew butter, mint extract, and a secret ingredient (avocados!) for a high-fat treat with only 1 net carb. Use a raw nut butter and swap the mint extract with a very small amount of food-grade peppermint oil to keep this fudge more Bulletproof.
Make this ultra-easy freezer fudge with just minutes on your stovetop. With a trilogy of butters (coconut, cacao, and cashew), plus liquid stevia to sweeten, this creamy fudge makes a satisfying standby keto candy.
Keto candy recipes: Gummies
These bright gummies deliver all the chew and bounce of conventional gummies, all with high-quality protein from Collagelatin and sugar-free green juice. Sweeten with xylitol or stevia if desired, or enjoy their green flavor all on their own.
With the right approach, you can incorporate alcohol in a ketogenic diet — and you can even stay Bulletproof if you keep it limited to special occasions. These gummies make the perfect boozy way to enjoy margarita flavors, with fresh strawberries, lime juice, and tequila. To stay more Bulletproof, use a high-quality tequila, fresh strawberries, and grass-fed collagen peptides.
These sweet and tart gummy bites use just four ingredients, so they’re ready in about 15 minutes. Plus, with a low-sugar lemon juice base, each generous serving is only 1 net carb. Make this keto candy Bulletproof with a grass-fed gelatin like Collagelatin.
Make perfectly pastel gummies with strawberry and coconut layers using this keto candy recipe. For more Bulletproof gummies, simply use the pureed and strained strawberries instead of the suggested sauce, and pick up a grass-fed gelatin.
Combine blended blueberries, coconut milk, grass-fed gelatin, and sweetener for chewy berries and cream-flavored gummies with super-low net carbs. Make this keto candy both low-carb and Bulletproof and swap the honey with birch xylitol or non-GMO erythritol.
With a refreshing blend of cucumber, mint, and lime, these gummies taste totally satisfying without turning into a fructose bomb. Best of all: Zero net carbs per serving! No substitutions needed to stay Bulletproof — just use grass-fed gelatin.
This fat bomb-style keto candy gets creaminess from cacao butter and coconut cream, plus grass-fed gelatin to add a satisfying bite. Each gummy is just .5 net carbs.
Chocolate covered keto candy recipes
This four-ingredient keto candy bar tastes just like Mounds, thanks to a sweet center with to coconut and a rich dark chocolate coating. Since each bar is 3 net carbs, it’s perfect as an everyday treat or occasional indulgence. Use the very dark chocolate option, or try melting down a Chocolate Fuel Bar, to stay Bulletproof.
This keto candy takes vanilla collagen protein bars (or any of your favorite flavors) to a whole new level. Freeze bars, then coat in a chocolatey mixture with powdered vanilla bean and Brain Octane Oil for candy that will charge you up.
These simple truffles double as fat bombs. Mix up a nourishing center out of coconut butter, milk, and flakes, then dip in ultra-dark chocolate for a high-fat treat with 3 net carbs. Gently heat your chocolate on the stove instead of in the microwave to keep this keto candy Bulletproof.
Minty keto candy recipes
Your favorite after-dinner mint just turned keto: This recipe wraps rich dark chocolate around a minty base. Use high-quality chocolate and peppermint oil for the tastiest results.
Butter makes the perfect base for melt-in-your-mouth mints. This keto candy recipe mixes it together with vanilla, peppermint, and sweetener for candy that loves you back. Make it both keto and Bulletproof and swap the raw honey with a sweetener like birch xylitol or non-GMO erythritol. Then, swap peppermint extract with a small amount of food-grade peppermint oil.
Craving peppermint patties? Try this keto alternative: Dark chocolate surrounds a minty coconut butter center for a sweet recipe that tastes just like the original version. Try a drop of food-grade peppermint oil instead of extract to keep this candy Bulletproof.
This recipe transforms just two ingredients into refreshing mints. Melt down xylitol until liquid, then mix with peppermint oil and re-harden into a frosty keto candy. Make sure you use birch xylitol to stay Bulletproof with these mints.
Nutty keto candy recipes
With only 1 net carb, this candy recipe combines chocolate with the perfect nutty crunch. A buttery chocolate mixture coats rich nuts — no sweetener needed if you don’t want it. Make these clusters more Bulletproof with raw almonds, chocolate with at least 85% cacao, and a sweetener like birch xylitol or non-GMO erythritol (if using).
With an iconic flavor duo of macadamia nuts and chocolate as the base, this keto candy recipe is easy to customize with extra mix-ins. Use raw nuts to make this keto candy Bulletproof-friendly.
This satisfying hazelnut and chocolate keto candy is perfect for slashing cravings — and contains less than 1 net carb per serving. Use the freshest raw hazelnuts you can find, or swap with raw macadamias or almonds, to stay Bulletproof.
This keto candy tastes just like you’d expect: A chocolate and coconut base houses an almond garnish, just like the original Almond Joy. This version delivers all the flavor with zero sugar and whole food ingredients. Use birch xylitol to keep this one Bulletproof.
Keto candy recipes: Brittles and barks
Instead of gluten-filled saltines or pretzels, this keto take on a classic recipe uses an almond flour cracker base instead. Top with layers of chocolate and sugar-free toffee for a totally decadent keto candy you can serve to your whole family — all under 4 net carbs. To make it Bulletproof, use raw pecans and grass-fed butter — and avoid enjoying your butter heated this high very often.
Make this super-simple keto candy with cacao butter and dark as your base, then top with chopped nuts and coconut flakes for a sweet and salty treat with 2 net carbs. Keep it Bulletproof and skip the almond extract, plus use raw nuts like macadamias or almonds (and avoid toasting them).
For sweet white chocolate flavor, look no further than this loaded bark. Prepare a melty cacao butter base, then sprinkle with your favorite add-ins for bark with only 1 net carb. To make this keto candy Bulletproof, use a raw cashew butter and a liquid monk fruit or stevia sweetener, plus try toppings like raw nuts, shredded coconut, or sugar-free dried cranberries.
This crunchy, salty keto candy will remind you of peanut brittle and packs every bite with fat-filled macadamias and chocolate. To make it Bulletproof, use raw nuts and grass-fed butter, and avoid enjoying highly-heated butter very often. Every serving is just 3 net carbs.
With layers of cacao butter and chocolate, plus refreshing peppermint flavor, it’s easy to make this holiday candy keto — and every serving is under 2 net carbs. Keep it more Bulletproof and use chocolate with at least 85% cacao, then skip the candy topping and trade peppermint extract for a little food-grade peppermint oil.
Caramel keto candy recipes
This keto candy uses surprise ingredients like cashew butter and coconut oil to create chewy caramels with no sugar or corn syrup. For a more Bulletproof spin, use raw cashew butter.
This recipe creates a hard caramel-like candy with a melt-in-your-mouth texture, using ingredients like butter and erythritol. Make this zero-carb keto candy more Bulletproof with grass-fed butter, and avoid enjoying it heated this high very often.
This dessert uses layers of chocolate, coconut, and buttery caramel for a sliced dessert that anyone can love. Use chocolate with at least 85% cacao and grass-fed butter to stay Bulletproof — and avoid heating your butter this hot very often, since it can oxidize the healthy fats.
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