The holidays are near and there are so many sweet temptations we don’t want to cause us to derail our low carb or keto program. This is where the holiday-inspired keto sweet treats and keto fat bombs will not only help you beat your sweet cravings but might just help you lose weight during the holidays!
Whether you’re craving homemade keto chocolate truffles, low carb caramels, cheesecake fat bombs, or even a low carb toffee candy, you’ll definitely find holiday and Christmas fat bomb recipes and keto sweet treats you’ll love!
How amazing would it be to have your new family favorite Christmas treats be sugar-free, low carb and gluten free? Even better yet, you don’t have to stop enjoying these yummy low carb sweet treats at Christmas and many of them make easy keto sweet treats all year-round!
Here’s our round-up of our favorite holiday low carb and keto sweet treats and fat bombs that I know you’ll love as much as we do!
Please understand that some of these recipes are considered low carb and others are keto, I’ve listed the net carbs for each so you can decide if they work for your specific health program. The majority of recipes have 3 net carbs or less per serving.
Happy Holidays! You’ll definitely satisfy your sweet tooth during the holidays with these delicious sugar free low carb candy recipes!
Common Recipe Ingredients
Many low carb and keto sweet treat recipes use common ingredients and even similar brands. For some people, it might be easy to find these ingredients if you live near a Whole Foods or Co-op, but for many of us, finding sugar free and low carb baking ingredients is tough. Here’s a list of common recipe ingredients you can find online you’ll use time and time again for your low carb, sugar-free and keto baking:
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✔️Erythritol sugar substitute – The #1 Amazon best-selling sugar substitute
✔️ Almond Flour
Find the recipe at All I Dream About is Food
Net Carbs: 3.43 per serving
When I think of classic holiday treats, cracker toffee is one of the first recipes that come to mind. This was one of mine and my sister’s favorites to make at Christmas when we were kiddos. You’ll love this keto toffee by Carolyn at All I Dream About is Food that makes the best keto Christmas treats.
She’s created an easy low carb cracker recipe for this amazing low carb toffee candy your friends and family won’t believe are sugar-free low carb candy. That combined with the best sugar-free chocolate chips, makes this low carb toffee recipe a new favorite low carb Christmas recipe!
Keto Rum Balls
Find the recipe at Fat for Weightloss
Net Carbs: 2 per serving
Keto rum balls are a classic keto chocolate candy recipe your friends and family will love. Aaron from Fat for Weightloss uses spiced rum in these easy low carb rum balls with coconut, these easy keto Christmas treats can be made in only 20 minutes!
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Keto Oreos Fat Bombs
Find the recipe at Gnom Gnom
Net Carbs: 3 per serving
These mouthwatering cookies and cream fat bombs make a decadent sugar free Oreos substitute you won’t believe are low carb, keto, and gluten-free. These keto oreo fat bombs are easier than you’d think and are completely no bake.
Paola from Gnom Gnom also includes substitutions for making these paleo Oreos fat bombs too, by using coconut milk and coconut cream, in addition to keto Oreos too.
Keto Chocolate Truffles
Find the Recipe on How to This and That
Net Carb: 1 per truffle
Keto chocolate truffles are one of the best low carb Christmas recipes and you won’t believe these homemade truffles only have 1 net carb per serving! I believe she used regular sprinkles for the photos, which might work for a low carb diet but not if you’re going totally sugar free. She does include a link to a recipe for homemade sugar free sprinkles if you want to make your own!
Find the recipe at My Montana Kitchen
Net carbs: 1.3 per serving
This two-ingredient keto fudge recipe I’m sure will become one of your new favorite keto sweet treats! Finding a good sugar free fudge recipe that still tastes like the real deal isn’t always easy.
My Montana Kitchen simplifies keto fudge and your family and friends will love these easy keto fudge bars.
Keto Coconut Fat Bombs
Find the recipe at Create Mindfully
Net carbs: 1 per serving
Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Fudge
Find the Recipe at All I Dream About is Food
Net carbs: 2.15 per serving
NOTE: The chef did this as a guest post on another bloggers site, you have to click on a link in this post to see the actual recipe.
Low Carb Salted Caramel Cups
Find the recipe at Joy-Filled Eats
Net carbs: 1 per serving
Chocolate Cheesecake Fat Bombs
Find the recipe at Eat Well 101
The cook did not include the nutritional content for this recipe, but as long as you use unsweetened creamy peanut butter, Swerve sweeter (as she says to) and Lily’s sugar-free dark chocolate chips, these are definitely low carb and keto! Sometimes people following a low carb program might use something like regular dark chocolate or Theo’s dark chocolate, but for these to be keto you need to use the popular Lily’s sugar-free chips which have ZERO net carbs.
Low Carb Dark Chocolate Strawberry Bark
Find the recipe at Kristi Timmer
Net carbs: 5.7 per serving
Kristi uses the popular keto friendly Lily’s chocolate chips in this recipe to keep the carbs down. The dark chocolate strawberry bark does have some strawberries and freeze-dried strawberries, which is why the carbs are a little higher than the other recipes.
Berry’s are considered one of the lowest carb fruits, the lowest carb berry are actually raspberries, so feel free to swap raspberries and freeze-dried raspberries if you want to reduce the carbs even more.
I love dark chocolate and berries together, and can’t wait to enjoy these low carb and keto sweet treats for both Christmas and Valentines Day!
Chocolate Mint Cream Cheese Patties
Find the recipe at Mom on Timeout
11/13/18 UPDATE: I realized I mistakenly added this recipe and it is NOT low carb. I apologize to my readers since I always try to scan the recipe to make sure the net carbs are indeed very low.
To make this low carb, you can simply substitute the powdered sugar with low carb/keto friendly powdered Erythritol. Erythritol is known for being about 70% as sweet as regular sugar, has 0 net carbs and you can easily increase the amount in the recipe if it needs to be a little sweeter. Erythritol is one of the most popular low carb and keto sugar substitutes.
Instead of using regular chocolate chips, you can swap those out with low carb/keto friendly chocolate chips sweetened with Stevia. The most popular keto friendly chocolate chips are Lily’s Sugar-Free Dark Chocolate Baking Chips.
Instead, you could try these yummy low carb coconut grasshopper bars by Whole New Mom.
Gingerbread Fat Bombs
Find the recipe at Low Carb with Jennifer
Net carbs: 1.5 per serving
We’d love to hear which keto sweet treats recipe is your favorite! I’m so excited to enjoy these sugar-free low carb candy recipes for our keto Christmas, Valentines Day, Thanksgiving and year-round!
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