Instead of a Butterfinger candy bar, make these healthier vegan Butterfingers, with just 7 simple ingredients:
And instead of a box of Godiva truffles, try these fudgy Chocolate Brownie Bombs:
Or these addictively rich and delicious Cheesecake Balls:
Instead of a packaged Hershey’s bar, try these 3 ingredient Chocolate Bars:
Skip the packaged peanut butter chips and make your own at home:
Instead of a Hershey’s Eat-More candy bar, try these Eatmore Chocolate Fudge Bars:
Eatmore Chocolate Fudge Bars – from Nutrition in the Kitch
Healthy Candy Recipes
Craving a Reeses peanut butter cup? Try one of these easy homemade recipes:
Or the classic vegan recipe:
You can even make a cookie dough version:
Instead of a Mounds Bar, try these No Bake Coconut Fudge Bars:
Or these Homemade Coconut Bounty Bars:
Instead of packaged chocolate truffles, try this quick homemade version:
For a low carb chocolate treat, try these Keto Chocolate Fat Bombs:
Or these Almond Butter Fat Bombs:
Instead of a bag of m&m’s, try these 3 Ingredient Chocolate Chips:
Or these actual homemade Vegan m&ms:
Instead of a Snickers bar, try one of these Vegan Snickers Ice Cream Bars:
And instead of Ferrero Raffaello Balls, try these No Bake Coconut Bliss Balls:
Forgo the See’s chocolate fudge candy, and try these 2 Ingredient Chocolate Bars:
Instead of a York Peppermint Patty, try these Vegan Peppermint Patties:
Make this Healthy Chocolate Candy recipe any time you’re craving a box of Russel Stover Chocolate Candies:
Healthy Homemade Candies – In An Ice Cube Tray!
Instead of a Nestle Crunch bar, make these chocolate peanut butter crunch cups:
Or these homemade protein bars
And finally, if you haven’t tried baking sweet potatoes this way, it is a must try, because they will seriously taste like candy. (If you don’t believe me, just try it!)
What are your favorite healthy candies?
If you have any requests for healthy candy recipes or allergy friendly alternatives to your favorite candy bars that you’d like to see, please absolutely feel free to let me know in the comments below!
When you think of the word candy, what comes to mind? While some people might immediately think about Twizzlers, Sweet Tarts, Starburst, and gummy bears, my favorite candy has–unsurprisingly–always been of the chocolate variety.
And while candy normally goes hand-in-hand with empty calories, artificial flavors, impossible-to-pronounce ingredients, and added sugar, it doesn’t have to be that way.
These healthy candy recipes prove that it IS possible to eat candy on a healthy diet.
All of the healthy snacks listed here are vegan, and many of them can also be suitable for gluten free, keto, paleo, and other special diets as well. No one should feel left out of the fun!