Dark chocolate with a high cocoa content (70% or more) often contains less sugar or can be found in sugar-free varieties. It provides a rich, intense flavor without the high sugar content.
Chocolates or candies sweetened with stevia, a natural sweetener derived from the Stevia rebaudiana plant, are available in various flavors and can provide a sugar-free option.
Some brands offer gummy candies sweetened with sugar substitutes like maltitol or xylitol. These provide a sweet taste without the added sugars.
Jellies or gummy-like sweets made with fruit pectin and sweetened with sugar alcohols or artificial sweeteners can offer a fruity and sugar-free alternative.
You can make sugar-free desserts at home using natural sweeteners like erythritol, monk fruit, or stevia. Options include sugar-free cheesecakes, puddings, or keto-friendly desserts.
Almonds, peanuts, or pumpkin seeds coated in sugar-free chocolate or cocoa powder can satisfy cravings for both sweetness and crunch without the added sugars.
Several brands offer sugar-free or low-sugar options for ice cream or frozen yogurt, sweetened with alternatives like erythritol or stevia.
Some bakeries or packaged goods companies produce sugar-free cookies or biscuits using sugar substitutes or natural sweeteners. Look for options made with almond flour or coconut flour for a low-carb alternative.