Russell Stover Sugar Free Peanut Butter Cups with Stevia 3 oz Bag

Russell Stover Sugar Free Peanut Butter Cups with Stevia 3 oz Bags

Russell Stover Sugar Free Peanut Butter Cups with Stevia 3 oz Bag
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3 oz. bag of individually wrapped pieces of sugar-free peanut butter cups covered in chocolate candy and sweetened with Stevia.

For years, Russell Stover has been known for making some of the best regular and sugar-free chocolate in the world. For the last 10-12 years, they have made their sugar-free chocolate with a combination of maltitol and sucralose (Splenda) and it became the industry standard…until now.

Released in 2017, Russell Stover’s new Sugar-Free Chocolates sweetened with stevia extract and maltitol makes the best even better. You won’t be able to tell that these peanut butter cups are sugar-free and you’ll love the perfect mix of sugar-free chocolate and peanut butter.

Each serving is 2 peanut butter cups which should satisfy any peanut butter cup lover.

Russell Stover Sugar-Free Peanut Butter Cups with Stevia Nutrition Facts

  • Serving Size 2 Pieces (34g)
  • Total Servings about 2.5
  • Calories 150
  • Total Fat 12g
  • Saturated Fat 6g
  • Trans Fat 0g
  • Cholesterol <5mg
  • Sodium 70mg
  • Total Carbohydrate 18g*
  • Dietary Fiber <1g*
  • Total Sugars 0g
  • Including Added Sugars 0g
  • Sugar Alcohols 15g*
  • Protein 3g

Ingredients: Chocolate candy (maltitol, cocoa butter, chocolate, sodium caseinate (milk), milk fat, soy lecithin (emulsifier), vanilla, salt, rebiana (stevia extract), peanut butter (dry roasted peanuts, hydrogenated cottonseed/rapeseed oil, soy oil, salt), maltitol, hydrogenated vegetable oil, (palm kernal, soybean), and salt.

*Net carbs as listed on the label by the manufacturer = 3g per serving.

Allergy Alert: May contain tree nuts, eggs and wheat.

Excess consumption may cause a laxative effect.

This product may contain traces of nuts.

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  1. I haven’t been able to eat sugar free candy as it gives me diarrhea. I just spotted your sugar free candy with Stevia and I bought a bag. I hope it doesn’t send me to the toilet for hours as regular sugar free candy does. Thank you so much for using stevia to your candy,

    • Even though the Russel Stover chocolates have added stevia, we suggest you do not over-indulge because you can still have stomach isues – hopefully not as often or quickly.


    • They still contain malitol, which is what hurts your stomach. Lilly’s sugar free chocolates are the only candies I know that only contain stevia and NOT malitol.

    • It is the maltitol! always causes gastric distress !

  2. Love the Robert stover candy made with stevia. Everyone I know that has tried it loves it. All of the different kinds are good, especially pecan delight. Very happy with these products because I would never buy anything made with Splenda or others like it.

  3. They contain alot of soy that is non GMO products no thanks would rather make my own.

  4. Very disappointing to see “Made with Stevia” on the front of the package, only to find the main sweetener is Maltitol. Also not knowing how much of each is in each candy makes tracking the GI of the product impossible. Not good for those who could have adverse reactions from the Maltitol.

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