Low Carb, Sugar-Free Gummy Bears Candy
Move over, Haribo! Here’s a recipe for making homemade low-carb, sugar-free gummy bears that are a zero-carb fruit snack. Use any festive silicone molds you like, and these sweet treats will make the perfect dessert for your spring spread. Low Carb, Sugar-Free Gummy Bears Candy – You must try this recipe.
These homemade Low Carb, Sugar-Free Gummy Bears Candy are not only cute and delicious, but they’re also zero carbs! This yummy snack is a great way to eat more healthy gelatin.
Now, since going low carb, it’s been a struggle to satisfy my gummy cravings. Traditional gummies are predominantly sugar and loaded with carbs. They’re zero carbs!
How cute are these Keto Gummy Bears? Not only are they super fun, but they’re also really healthy! In fact, they are probably one of the healthiest sweets ever.
What’s your Haribo memory? Whether you used to share your sweeties with your best friend or whether you rather enjoyed them by yourself – gummy bears and gummies in all shapes and forms are part of the fabric of our childhood.
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Let us know if you liked this recipe. Try the other keto / low-carb recipes as well!
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Erythritol carbs are not included in carb counts as it has been shown not to impact blood sugar. Net carbs are the total carbs minus fiber.
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