Lily’s Keto Chocolate Bars UNDER $1 Each at Target (Stock Up While You Can!)
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Looking for the yummy keto chocolates?
At Hip2Keto, we LOVE Lily’s chocolate bars (in fact, they’re listed on our shopping guide!). These low-carb chocolate bars are made with only the best ingredients and don’t have any sugar added. They taste great, too!
Even better, we have a sweet Target deal for you!
Through February 29th, Target shoppers can score 30% off Lily’s Chocolate Bars with this new Target Circle offer! Even better, head over to Lily’s Sweets and print a $1 off any Lily’s Sweets products coupon – expires 30 days from printing with a limit of two like coupons.
To purchase online, first apply the Circle offer and then add the item to your cart and select free in-store pickup or drive up at checkout.
Check out this keto Target deal:
Lily’s Chocolate Bars $3.79
Use the 30% off Lily’s Chocolate Bars Circle offer
Use the $1/1 any Lily’s Sweets Product printable coupon
Get 75¢ from Ibotta when you buy 1 Lily’s Sweets Chocolate (limit 5)
Final cost just $0.90 for a yummy keto chocolate bar!
Here’s Lily’s nutrition info:
Lily’s Caramelized & Salted bar is the perfect combination of two classic flavors, caramel, and chocolate, with just enough salt to make both irresistible. Yum!
- Nutrition: 160 calories | 15g Fat | 22g Carbs | 3g Net Carbs | 12g Fiber | 7g Erythritol | 2g Protein
Get your sweet and salty on! Lily’s Salted Almond & Milk bar is rich, creamy milk chocolate with roasted, salted almonds. Sweetened with Stevia, it has no added sugar.
- Nutrition: 170 calories | 15g Fat | 21g Carbs | 4g Net Carbs | 11g Fiber | 6g Erythritol | 3g Protein
With flakey, mineral-rich Sea Salt on top of Extra Dark Chocolate, it’s everything you need (and want) so can’t blame you for stocking up. They use Fair Trade certified cocoa, certified gluten-free ingredients, and rBST-free dairy products.
- Nutrition: 140 calories | 16g Fat | 18g Carbohydrates | 2g Net Carbs | 10g Fiber | 6g Erythritol | 4g Protein
Don’t be alarmed by the high total carb count!
Fiber and erythritol do not affect blood sugar in the same way that regular carbs do, so you can subtract them from the total carb count. You’ll see that the net carbs are much lower once you remove the sugar alcohols and fiber.