You can find sugar-free Halloween candy like Hershey’s Miniatures, Jolly Rancher, Reese’s Miniature PB Cups and Twizzlers Licorice.

But what we really look forward to every Halloween is a crunchy red candy apple and a chewy caramel apple.

If you can’t have sugar, worry not: We have recipes for sugar-free/no sugar added candy and caramel apples.

  • Sugar Free Candy Apples Recipe
  • Sugar Free Caramel Apples Recipe
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    We couldn’t find a sugar-free candy corn to decorate, which isn’t surprising because candy corn is mostly corn syrup.

    But there are sugar-free gummy bears from Albanese—not Halloween-y but fun.

    Plus:

  • You can decorate the apples with chopped nuts—all protein, no added sugar (photo #2).
  • You can also decorate with sugar-free chocolate chips or shaved chocolate.
  • Don’t forget sprinkles and confetti. Here’s how to make a sugar-free version.
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    [1] Apples dipped in chocolate. Get sugar-free milk chocolate or white chocolate. The latter can be tinted with food color for a green or orange apple (photo © All Recipes).

    Caramel Apples With Nuts
    [2] Use chopped nuts, like these apples from Mrs. Prindables (photo © Mrs. Prindables).

     

      


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