Low Carb Candies, Mints, and Gums

Sugar Free Candies, Sugar Free Mints, and Sugar Free Gums keep you on your low carb diet. No carb candy includes low-carb chocolate bars, Low-Carb chocolates, Low-Carb candies.

Low Carb Candies:

Atkinson Candies

  • Sugar Free Chick-O-Stick, 3.75 oz. bag

Baskin Robbins


Brown & Haley

Coffee Rio Sugar Free Premium Coffee Candy

Russell Stover

Spry Candyby Xlear

  • Spry SparX Xylitol-Sweetened Candy 30 gram Tube
  • Spry SparX Xylitol-Sweetened Candy 30 gram Tube

Sweet ‘N Low


Jelly Belly

  • Jelly Belly 10 Flavor Sugar Free Gift Box
  • Jelly Belly Sugar Free Sours 3.1 oz. bag
  • Jelly Belly Sugar Free Jelly Beans 3.1 oz. bag
  • Jelly Belly Sugar Free Gummi Bears 3.0 oz. bag

Judy’s Candy Co.

Adams & Brooks

  • Fairtime Sugar-Free Taffy 5 oz. bag

American Licorice

GoLightly Sugar Free Candies

  • GoLightly Sugar Free Candies


  • Sorbee Crystal Light Hard Candies 3 oz. bag

La Nouba


  • Sugar Free Sweetheart Candies, 1 oz. box

Low Carb Gum

  • Altoids Sugar Free Cinnamon Chewing Gum 1.05 oz.
  • Dentyne Fire Spicy Cinnamon Gum with Splenda
  • Sugar Free Glee Gum by Verve
  • Spry Xylitol-Sweetened Gum 10-Piece Blister-Pack by Xlear
  • Spry Xylitol-Sweetened Gum 100-Piece Tub by Xlear
  • Spry Xylitol-Sweetened Gum 30-Piece Tube by Xlear
  • Spry Xylitol-Sweetened Mints 240-Piece Tub by Xlear
  • Spry Xylitol-Sweetened Mints 45-Piece Tube by Xlear
  • Xylichew Sugar Free Gum 12 Pieces Box
  • Xylichew Sugar Free Gum 100 Piece Tub

Low Carb Mints:

  • Blitz Powermints
  • Dentyne Fire Cinnamon Spicy Mints with Splenda


    • Dana Carpender says

      I’m afraid I don’t know of any really carb-free candy. Most of it has sugar alcohols, which are carbohydrates, though easier on the blood sugar than sugar. There’s no-sugar/no-sugar-alcohol chocolate — our Nevada Manna chocolate chips being a case in point — but the chocolate itself has a few carbs.

      I do eat sugar-free chocolate just about every day. I love Valor brand 70% dark. I’m also fond of the sugar-free Reese’s cups. However, remember that this stuff must be eaten in serious moderation — a couple of squares of chocolate or a couple of mini-cups a day, not bars and bars.

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