11 Best Keto Candy Alternatives to Buy This Halloween

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Craving sugary Halloween candies? Check out the 14 best keto candy options to buy!

half a Notty fluffernutter cookie held up in front of Notty bag

Don’t let keto keep you from enjoying Halloween!

We’ve got good news – you can still get your candy fix, but without all the sugar and carbs! We’re sharing 14 keto candy alternatives that will let you give in to those sweet tooth cravings this Halloween without falling off the keto wagon. 🎃


We get that everyone does keto in their own way. With that said, the low-carb candy options below are just suggestions and we encourage you to do what works best for you!

Keep in mind that some of the sugar alternatives used in these candies may knock you out of ketosis. However, we still think these are better options than all the sugar-filled candies available. Also, note that excessive consumption of select artificial sweeteners with sugar alcohols may have a laxative effect (i.e. sorbitol, xylitol, mannitol, erythritol, & maltitol). 💩

Here are 11 keto candy alternatives you’ll love this Halloween:

Notty fluffernutter cookie halves on counter

1. Notty Fluffernutter Peanut Butter Cups

You really just can’t go wrong with peanut butter, but we’re all about a twist on the classic chocolate-PB combo! Traditional fluffernutter sandwiches are made with peanut butter and marshmallow fluff slathered between two pieces of bread, so they’re pretty much the opposite of keto. But Notty’s Fluffernutter cups nix all that sugar and trade the chocolate for a delicious & totally keto-friendly marshmallow coating. 😍

Fluffernutter keto peanut butter cups on counter

  • Nutrition (1 fluffernutter cup): 6g Fat | 10g Total Carbs | 1g Protein | 4g Allulose | 6g Fiber | 0g Net Carb
  • Ingredients: Non-GMO soluble corn fiber, allulose, peanut butter (peanuts, salt), sustainably sourced palm oil, cocoa butter, peanut flour (peanuts), oat fiber, refined coconut oil, salt, natural flavors, sunflower lecithin, monk fruit extract.

Where to buy:

“This stuff is amazing. I tried peanut butter, fluffernutter, and cookies & cream, and they are all incredible. They taste like normal candy. I cannot tell there’s no sugar. Better than Reese’s, and I consider them to be the standard in terms of peanut butter cups.” – Amazon reviewer

holding ChocZero candy square

2. ChocZero Sugar-Free Dark Chocolate Squares

What would we do without ChocZero?! Their Sugar-Free Dark Chocolate Squares are creamy, rich, and ideal for anyone with dairy allergies or erythritol sensitivities. Monk fruit is one of our favorite keto sweeteners and we love the flavor that it gives this satisfyingly delicious low-carb chocolate.

  • Nutrition (1 square): 4.5g Fat | 5g Total Carbs | 0g Protein | 1g Fiber | 1g Net Carbs
  • Ingredients: Dark chocolate (unsweetened chocolate, cocoa butter), soluble corn fiber, sunflower lecithin, monk fruit extract, Madagascar bourbon vanilla beans.

Where to buy:

  • Amazon
  • ChocZero websiteuse promo code HIP2KETO to score 10% off, plus get free shipping on orders over $35!

A man holding a chocolate keto bark dessert

3. ChocZero Sugar-Free Keto Chocolate Bark

It’s hard to believe this Keto Chocolate Bark is so low-carb because it tastes just like a high-quality regular chocolate bar. 🙌 With just 2 net carbs per serving, you won’t feel guilty indulging in these tasty treats.

  • Nutrition (1 ounce): 10g Fat | 15g Total Carbs | 1g Protein | 13g Fiber | 2g Net Carbs
  • Ingredients (based on Almond flavor): Dark chocolate (unsweetened chocolate, cocoa butter), soluble corn fiber, almonds, sea salt, sunflower lecithin, monk fruit extract, Madagascar bourbon vanilla beans.

A hand holding a piece of keto bark next to the wrapper

Where to buy:

“One of the best parts about this keto-friendly treat is the absence of any strange aftertaste that can come with lots of sugar-free desserts. All you taste is the richness of the chocolate and the nuttiness of the crunchy bits throughout. YUM! I always carry a couple of ChocZero keto bark packs in my purse and have a few stashed away in the refrigerator for a decadent after-dinner treat.”

holding Lily's chocolate bar

4. Lily’s Chocolate Bars

If you haven’t heard of Lily’s, your taste buds are seriously missing out. This decadently delicious chocolate is sweetened with stevia making it a sweet treat that’s actually low in carbs! Our Hip2Keto team loves them! Collin’s favorite is the Salted Almond Milk Chocolate variety.

  • Nutrition (40 grams): 14g Fat | 21g Total Carbs | 3g Protein | 6g Sugar Alcohols | 11g Fiber | 4g Net Carbs
  • Ingredients (based on Almond milk chocolate): Unsweetened cocoa, cocoa butter, erythritol+, inulin, dextrin+, organic whole milk powder (rbst free), dry roasted almonds, milk fat (rbst free), sea salt, organic soy lecithin, stevia extract, vanilla extract.

Where to buy:

Tom & Jenny's classic soft caramels

5. Tom & Jenny’s Sugar-Free Soft Caramel Candy

First off, this keto candy is delicious and tastes just like the real thing. As far as keto, though – is Maltitol the best sugar alcohol? No. That said, the serving size is 5 pieces and they’re fairly large pieces for a soft caramel candy (larger than your average tootsie roll). In any case, people on a keto/low carb diet who crave sweets and have portion control will do just fine eating 2-3 of these a day EVEN IF you count every sugar alcohol as a carb (25g/5 pieces = only 5g carbs per piece). Definitely one of the better keto candy options & worth trying out.

  • Nutrition (5 pieces): 4.5g Fat | 24g Total Carbs | <1g Protein | 24g Sugar Alcohol | 0g Net Carbs
  • Ingredients (based on Classic flavor): Maltitol syrup, heavy cream (milk), xylitol, vanilla extract (water, alcohol, vanilla bean extractives), palm oil, sea salt.

Where to buy:

“Looking for something sweet like candy on a keto diet is near impossible and I am too lazy to cook my own candy so when I found these my mind was blown away! The taste is just like caramel, they are sweet and chewy! 10/10” – Amazon reviewer

holding Lily's chocolate bar

6. ChocoRite Milk Chocolate Pecan Clusters

Be careful with this keto candy because it’s dangerously delicious! It’s rumored to taste just like a chocolate turtle candy bar but without all the sugar. The ooey-gooey caramel mixed with the chopped pecans creates the most amazing texture, making these keto sweet treats a keto-ers dream!

  • Nutrition (1 piece): 3g Fat | 8g Total Carbs | 1g Protein | 1g Sugar Alcohol | 6g Fiber | 1g Net Carbs
  • Ingredients: Caramel layer (fructooligosaccharides, vegetable oil (palm kernel, palm oil), water, glycerine, milk protein concentrate, nonfat dry milk, salted butter (cream, salt). Contains less than 2% of each of the following: soy lecithin, salt, disodium phosphate, carrageenan, sucralose, vanillin), dark chocolate coating (isomaltooligosaccharides, erythritol, palm kernel oil, cocoa, soy lecithin, vanilla flavor, sucralose), pecans.

Where to buy:

“For anyone who is diabetic, ketogenic, or just wants a low sugar alternative treat, look no further! ChocoRite has made a delicious substitute. The Pecan Clusters are my family’s favorite with the soft and chewy caramel center coated in milk chocolate and pecans. – Amazon reviewer

Carb-O-Licious Low Carb Rum Balls

7. Carb-O-Licious Low Carb Rum Balls

These rum balls are so unbelievably yummy, they’ll have you doing a doubletake of the label, but don’t worry, they’re keto-approved! They’re a great on-the-go snack when you need a little protein boost, and they also make the perfect chocolatey topping for keto ice cream.

  • Nutrition (1 ball): 12g Fat | 8g Total Carbs | 3g Protein | 5g Sugar Alcohol | 2g Fiber | 1g Net Carb
  • Ingredients: Almond meal, eggs, erythritol, sucralose (sweeteners), canola oil, cocoa powder (processed with alkali), natural & artificial flavors, baking soda, coffee powder, coconut, flaxseed, trans-fat-free shortening, sugar-free choc, canola oil, erythritol, cocoa powder (processed with alkali), sucralose, artificial flavor.

Where to buy:

“These are fabulous!! I’m on a keto diet and these help on those days of the month without the guilt!!! So yummmmy!!! The Rum flavor is subtle, no after taste from the sugar-free sweetener which is a big plus. Highly recommend these for anyone who is looking for a low carb dessert.” – Amazon reviewer

holding a choco rite bar

8. ChocoRite Peanut Butter Cup Patties

Calling all peanut butter fanatics! You can’t have Reese’s peanut butter cups, but this keto candy is the next best thing! We’ve given these tasty treats a try before and found them totally crave-worthy! They’re a little more reminiscent of a Butterfinger but as you can see pictured, ChocoRite was quite generous with the peanut butter filling.

  • Nutrition (1 piece): 2g Fat | 8.5g Total Carbs | 1g Protein | 1g Sugar Alcohol | 7g Fiber | <1 Net Carb
  • Ingredients: Polydextrose, peanuts, prebiotic soluble fiber, erythritol, palm kernel oil, cocoa, non-fat milk, soy lecithin, vanilla flavor, salt, sucralose.

chocorite peanut butter cups

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think keto bars stacked up on table

9. Think! Peanut Butter Pie Protein Bars

Holy moly, these are out-of-this-world delicious! We’ve raved about these in their own product review because they’re seriously THAT good. Don’t let the “protein bar” name fool you because each bite makes you feel like you’re eating a real candy bar.

The peanut butter flavor is very prominent, but it’s not overwhelming and there’s no weird aftertaste like other protein bars sometimes have.

  • Nutrition (1 bar): 14g Fat | 14g Total Carbs | 10g Protein | 7g Sugar Alcohol | 3g Fiber | 4 Net Carbs
  • Ingredients: Peanuts, erythritol, whey protein isolate, milk, cocoa butter, unsweetened chocolate, chicory root fiber, milk protein isolate, palm oil, butterfat, salt, soy lecithin, natural flavor, ltevia leaf extract.

A box of protein bars on a kitchen counter

Where to buy:

highkey caramel clusters

10. HighKey Chocolate Caramel Clusters

These HighKey Caramel Clusters are a little pricey, but OMG they sure are decadent. I’ll grab one and immediately put the box at the back of the pantry so I’m not tempted to grab another because I could seriously eat the entire box of six all at once. One taste and you’ll be hooked!

  • Nutrition: Serving Size 1 Piece | 110 Calories | 10g Fat | 17g Total Carbs | 7g Fiber | 1g Sugar | 2g Erythritol | 4g Allulose | 2g Protein | 4g Net Carbs
  • Ingredients: Milk Chocolate Confection (Cocoa Butter, Erythritol, Unsweetened Chocolate, Whole Milk Powder, Inulin, Nonfat Dry Milk, Soy Lecithin, Natural Vanilla Flavor, Salt, Stevia Extract) Pecans, Allulose, Pasteurized Cream (Milk), Soluble Corn Fiber, Inulin, Natural Flavors, Natural Caramel Flavor, Sea Salt, Natural Butter Flavor (contains Milk), Locust Bean Gum, Stevia Extract, Xanthan Gum, Monk Fruit Extract.

Where to buy:

“I’m slightly obsessed with these caramel clusters and they are my go-to treat when I’m craving chocolate. There’s no weird aftertaste and they really are a piece of keto heaven!”– Cass, Hip Sidekick

holding ChocZero peanut butter cup

11. ChocZero Peanut Butter Cups

Another utterly delicious peanut butter candy we love! ChocZero’s Peanut Butter Cups taste so similar to a real Reese’s (or maybe even better) and they come in three different chocolate variations.

The white chocolate peanut butter cups are my personal favorite and they are to die for, but you won’t be disappointed by the dark or milk chocolate selections either. We also love these decadent candies in our keto peanut butter cup cookie recipe!

  • Nutrition (1 white chocolate cup): 6g Fat | 5g Total Carbs | 2g Protein | 1g Sugar | 4g Fiber | 1g Net Carb
  • Ingredients: White chocolate (cocoa butter, whole milk powder, soluble corn fiber (non-GMO resistant dextrin), sunflower lecithin, monk fruit extract, Madagascar bourbon vanilla beans.), roasted peanuts, cocoa butter, peanut flour, sea salt, monk fruit extract, xanthan gum, guar gum, natural caramel flavor.

A hand holding a white chocolate peanut butter cup with a bite out of it

Where to buy:

“I’m in so much trouble! I love these peanut butter cups so much that it is hard not to overindulge. I think I like the white chocolate version the best. Also, the way they ship these is so careful and they arrive in perfect shape in their own reusable insulated bag. This is the best sugar-free chocolate product I’ve ever had.” – ChocZero reviewer

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Angela graduated with a Bachelor's Degree and has 20+ years of experience as a writer and photographer with her work being featured in US Weekly Magazine, The Los Angeles Times, People Magazine, and more.

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Comments 6

  1. kristiehisey

    I don’t even like peanut butter, but those Think keto bars are so delicious!!

    • sbaggett

      We love them too!

  2. Rosa

    Trader Joe’s has a chocolate bar that is only 2 net carbs and it is super yummy. The name is simply lite, no sugar added. Comes in milk and dark chocolate and dark chocolate with almonds. Made with maltitol but taste is good.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh cool! Thanks for the suggestion, Rosa! We’ll have to look for that one!

    • yonawrites

      We looooove those bars. I will eat the milk chocolate one for the extra carb, but the dark with almonds is pretty good too. I use these to bake with too!

    • KayleighW

      It’s 2 net carbs/serving, not the whole bar. But they are delicious!

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