Homemade Keto Toffee

Homemade keto toffee is so easy but so satisfying. It looks and tastes like the expensive toffee bark in fancy chocolate shops. My buttery walnut sugar free toffee candy has only 5 ingredients plus salt and takes minutes. Even if you’ve never made candy before you can make this.

Tips for Making Sugar Free Toffee

I have had readers simplify this by putting the melted sugar free chocolate in a muffin tin with aluminum liners. Chill the chocolate, put the warm toffee on top, chill again, and then top with more chocolate. You get cute little circles that way and don’t need to flip the toffee over or cut it. That method can also help with portion control.

Substitutions & Tweaks for Sugar Free Toffee

This basic combination of cream, butter, and sweetener can be used to make all varieties of keto toffee.

Nuts: Any type of nuts work! We love this with pecans. With pecans, it tastes like cracker toffee aka Christmas crack. Almonds, macadamia nuts, and cashews are all great choices. Make it with peanuts and it tastes like snickers!

Coffee: Mix in a teaspoon of instant coffee when you add the final tablespoon of cream for a mocha flavor.

Seeds: If you can’t have nuts pepitas (pumpkin seeds) give a nice crunch in place of the walnuts.

White Chocolate: Now that sugar-free white chocolate chips are more readily available go ahead and try some in place of the dark chocolate!

Cranberries: Add in some sugar-free dried cranberries with the last tablespoon of the heavy cream. They give a nice, tart contrast to the sweetness of the toffee.


  • 5 tablespoon butter
  • 1 cup chopped walnuts or nuts of your choice
  • 5 tablespoon heavy cream
  • ½ cup Joy Filled Eats Sweetener (or see alternatives in recipe notes)
  • pinch salt
  • 7 oz sugar free or very dark chocolate***

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