Looking for low carb candies that will fool the kids? Keto treats for your spouse? Trim Healthy Mama sweets for your sweet? You are in the right place!
It seems like every holiday is associated with a sweet treat or two and Easter is no exception. The egg-shaped candy bars arrive in the stores as soon as Valentine's Day is over and then we have a month or more trying to resist. This year I think you should fill your own Easter basket with a few of these yummy, healthy treats. If you have a houseful of kids make sure to make double batches.
I have so many candy recipes I had a hard time picking which ones to include in this roundup. If you'd like to see the rest of my candies just click here.
Peanut Butter Reese's Eggs Copycat by Joy Filled Eats - These Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs will fulfill your Easter craving. Say no to the fattening ones in the checkout aisle and make a batch of these when you get home. They are easy and so close to the real thing my kids couldn't tell the difference.
Almond Joy Eggs by Joy Filled Eats - These coconut and almond filled chocolates are the perfect addition to any Easter basket.
Cookie Dough Easter Eggs by All Day I Dream About Food - Low carb, grain-free chocolate chip cookie dough in a crisp chocolate shell. A fun and tasty low carb Easter treat.
Salted Caramel Cups by Joy Filled Eats - Salted Caramel is one of my favorite flavor combinations. I love anything with salted caramel. Especially chocolate. I was inspired to fill dark chocolate cups with salted caramel. They are divine.
Choconut Birds' Nests by Briana Thomas - Spring-inspired coconut nests with chocolate filling and your favorite nuts.
White Chocolate Low Carb Truffles by Low Carb Yum - You may not want to share these amazing sugar-free white chocolate truffles after you taste them.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bark by Joy Filled Eats - If you like Cookie Dough you have to try this. These low carb candies look like a bark but taste like cookie dough.
Buttery Walnut Toffee by Joy Filled Eats - Homemade toffee is so easy but so satisfying. It looks and tastes like the expensive toffee bark in fancy chocolate shops.
Raspberry Cremes by Briana Thomas - Creamy raspberry filling wrapped in dark chocolate.
Chocolate Covered Raspberry Gems by Joy Filled Eats - These low carb candies are made with fresh raspberries and sugar-free chocolate. They are beautiful with red raspberry filling peeking out from the layer of chocolate.
Chocolate Nutella Truffles by Wholesome Yum - These easy sugar-free hazelnut truffles are inspired by Ferrero Rocher!
Orange Creamsicle Gummies by Joy Filled Eats - These gummies will remind you of creamsicle ice pops. They are easy to make and ready in under an hour.
Samoa Fudge Bombs by Beauty and the Foodie - A chocolatey fudge truffle bomb with a caramel coating and coconut sprinkles. Inspired by the Girl Scout cookie, these are low carb & gluten free with paleo options.
Keto Peanut Brittle - easy, creamy, nutty, and delicious! A must-try!
Creamy Pecan Pralines by Joy Filled Eats - These Pecan Pralines are creamy and sweet with toasted pecans throughout. They cook in ten minutes and are ready to eat in under an hour. They are low carb, sugar-free, gluten free, grain free, keto, and a THM S.
Mint Roses by Lotsa Little Lambs - Minty and crisp. Made with coconut cream, coconut, and sugar-free sweeteners.
Sugar Free Peanut Butter Chocolate Candies by Low Carb Yum - With separate layers of peanut butter and chocolate, you'll get two great flavors in easy to make molded candies.
Cake Batter Truffles - You can easily make these into egg shapes for a colorful Easter treat!
Salted Chocolate Almond Brittle Bark by Joy Filled Eats - Crunchy candied almonds on top of rich chocolate sprinkled with coarse sea salt. You’ll never guess how easy this decadent candy is to make.
Almond Cheesecake Bites by Step Away From The Carbs - These low carb almond cheesecake bites are just perfect for sharing... or just keep them for yourself!
Sugar-Free Chocolate Assortment by Nana's Little Kitchen - An easy DIY Chocolate Candy that lightens up the dark chocolate with the addition of cocoa butter for a rich candy bar flavor.
Toasted Coconut Toffee Turtles by Joy Filled Eats - With the crunch of toasted pecans and coconut and the richness of toffee and chocolate these are perfection in a bite.
Cadbury Cream Eggs - These adorable Cadbury Cream Egg Cups taste even better than the store-bought kind but are made without sugar! Don’t tell the kids! These homemade Cadbury Cream Eggs are fun to make, super cute, and have only 6 ingredients!
And here are some cute Easter themed molds for your low carb candies from Amazon:
I have a dog and toddlers, therefore I can't use your sugar blend because of the Erythritol. Do you know of a good blend I could use w/o using Erythritol or Xylitol. Thank you!
Without using erythritol or xylitol you are left with just stevia. It works in some recipes but not all of them. Things like buttercream frosting need the bulk of one of the sugar alcohols. Dogs cannot have xylitol. Erythritol is not harmful to them. Have you tried an erythritol/stevia blend?
Maya | Wholesome Yum says
I love having these available as healthier candy options. Thank you for including my sugar-free Nutella truffles!
All these candies look so yummy. Thanks for including Low Carb Yum!