Low Carb Almond Joy Candy Bar

There are several recipes for homemade Almond Joy Candy Bars that I’ve found on the internet. A couple are low carb versions. I’ve had my eyes on these for quite some time. As always, I like to tweak things in the recipes I find to make it my own.

This is my version of the famous chocolate covered coconut with almond candy bar. Most regular sugar recipes use sweetened condensed milk and I’m sure this makes for a chewy bar. I’m not sure how this chewy coconut center can be done without real sugar. However, the unsweetened coconut does hold together well with table cream and liquid sucralose. Although I didn’t try this with a erythritol and stevia blend for the coconut mixture, I’m sure the cream will still hold the coconut center together.

The hardest part to making this recipe is staying away from these candies once they are finished and stored in the refrigerator. I had to hide them in the back so I don’t see them every time I open the fridge. If you love coconut as much as I do and miss eating Almond Joy candy bars, this is a recipe that is well worth your time.

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  1. Nancy says

    Just made these and had to taste. Ooooo, I can see there will be a problem stopping. But these are MY Easter candies (all mine, LOL!). thanks very much!

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