Low-Carb Candy, Low-Carb Mints, and Low-Carb Gums

Whether you’re a low-carb dieter, you don’t like sweets or you’re reducing your sugar intake, sugar-free candies, sugar-free mints, and sugar-free gums can be the trick. The low-carb sweets on this list help you stay on your low-carb diet, even when your sweet tooth hits. CarbSmart’s low and no carb candy list includes low-carb chocolate bars, low-carb chocolates, and low-carb candies with very few net carbs.

As you browse this list, keep in mind that even sugar-free candy is meant to be an occasional indulgence. Candies with low new carbs like these can still slow or stall weight loss if consumed in large amounts. It’s also worth noting that some sugar alcohols have been known to have a laxative effect when eaten in large amounts, so enjoy your low-carb sweets in moderation.

Low Carb Candy

Peeps Sugar-Free Marshmallow Chicks

Peeps Sugar-Free Marshmallow Chicks

Adams & Brooks

Coffee Rio Sugar Free Original Coffee Candy

Atkinson Candies

Atkinson Sugar Free Chick-O-Stick Candies

Atkins Nutritionals Endulge Candies

Atkins Endulge Chocolate Coconut Bar

Baskin Robbins


Brown & Haley

Sugar Free Almond Roca

Russell Stover

Russell Stover Sugar Free Jelly Beans 7 oz. bag

Spry Candy by Xlear

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

Sweet ‘N Low

Sweet’N Low International Coffee Flavors Hard Candy


Jelly Belly

Jelly Belly Sugar Free Jelly Beans 10 Pack

Judy’s Candy Co.

In 2019, Judy’s Candy Company went out of business after 46 years of business. They were one of our favorite Low-Carb candy and chocolate companies and they will be missed!

Judy's Candy Co. Sugar Free Caramels Box of 80

American Licorice Carb Free Candy

GoLightly Sugar-Free Candies

  • GoLightly Sugar-Free Candies


  • Sorbee Crystal Light Hard Candies 3 oz. bag

La Nouba


Low Carb Gum

Dentyne Fire Sugar Free Gum

  • Dentyne Fire Sugar-Free 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
  • Xylichew Sugar-Free Gum 12 Pieces Box
  • Xylichew Sugar-Free Gum 100 Piece Tub

Low Carb Mints

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  1. What candy do you get when you nedd carbohydrate free?

    • 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.

  2. Where can I find low carb spearmint gummie leaves? You know: the chewy semi-clear soft but thick ones shaped like leaves of mint. Nice brand from Canada (a Walgreens subsidiary or private label manufacturer) has these with tons of sucrose and corn syrup, dextrose and all the other bad carbs. Addictive! But, it would be wonderful to find a similar product that minimizes these carb components or has “good carbs” as the major gummie component. Any ideas, even if it must be a home-made recipe?

  3. I only glanced at two of the candies featured and each one had over 25g of carbs PER SERVING! How is that “carb smart” when one serving is over my daily limit of 20g?

    • I am sorry you are not familiar with the 20+ year old concept of net carbs.

      Total carbs minus fiber minus sugar alcohols equals net carbs.

      It’s that easy.


  4. CP, I couldn’t agree with you more. According to Michelle Dudash, a registered dietitian and author of the book “Clean Eating for Busy Families,” the term “net carbohydrates” was actually invented by food manufacturers in response to the low-carbohydrate diet craze. The term is not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration and has no official definition. Because of this, you’ll never see “net carbohydrates” listed on a nutrition facts panel. You may, however, see it splattered on the front of low-carbohydrate diet foods.

    I’ve done plenty of research and I’m very aware of the “concept” of net carbs . For 20+ years many people trying to eliminate as many carbs as possible from their diets have been ‘duped’ into believing in the marketing ploy of “net carbs” It’s a fancy term to make it easy to feel good about eating more carbs then they should actually have, and a way for food manufacturers to sell more crap food to the glutinous unsuspecting.

    Several weight loss surgery patiences have call BS to the concept of net carbs, only to stop losing or even gaining weight and returned to the gross carbs reality.

    Don’t be so smug Andrew. Your beliefs are not the gospel .

    • Hey Dean, you were right, I was a little smug but I stand by my statement.

      That being said, any problems people have had with “net carbs” is usually related to the sugar alcohols. And yes, that part was created by food manufacturers to sell sugar-free chocolates and candies. And yes, too much sugar alcohols has too many side effects including slowing or stopping weight loss.

      So my suggestion is to stick with the formula of “total carbs – fiber = net carbs.”

      That way you can load up on fresh veggies and stay on your low carb lifestyle.


      • its also minus only half the sugars. This formula works if you are not consuming monstrous amounts of sugars. In other words, most people call under 100 g of carbs a day a low carb diet. Below 50 is a ketosis diet, with those trying to do 20-30 or less being extreme keto. If you are hitting 50 with the sugar formula, you are probably ok. But if you are hitting 50 with normal keto foods and then for instance sucking on a half dozen lifesaver peppermint discs throughout the day, it may either knock you out of ketosis or cause your low carb diet to not be so low carb

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