Paleo Reese’s—seems impossible but you’ll be hooked by the end of this. Some candy combinations are so iconic that they become permanently embedded in our culture, and the marriage of chocolate and peanut butter that is a Reese’s peanut butter cup is one of them. You can whip up a homemade batch of these treats with almond butter in just a few minutes thanks to our modifed recipe. The coconut oil is the secret to that firm outer layer, so don’t worry about sacrificing texture—this one is absolutely on the mark.
One of the best things about making your own homemade paleo recipes is having the ability to add a healthy spin on some of your favorite candy snacks. Take this recipe for paleo milky way for example—homemade chocolate nougat, caramel, and just enough sweetness to quell any sweet tooth. You would never guess that this is 100% paleo approved.
One of my biggest guilty pleasures when I was growing up was the classic Kit Kat bar. These days, thanks to the paleo diet, I no longer have to feel guilty about enjoying them thanks to this homemade paleo kit kat recipe. It offers up everything you know and love about kit kat bars with a perfectly crunchy inner core and a decadent outer layer of chocolate.
These homemade paleo almond joy bars are the best! One of my favorite things about following the paleo diet is the fact that even desserts can be ridiculously good for you, and this candy bar recipe is the perfect combination of healthy and indulgent. If you like almond joys, try this guilt-free paleo version and get your sweet fix without all the junk.
These paleo candy recipes will please kids and adults a like, and there are a wide range of candy types of choose from, including chocolates, fruity candies, licorice, and more.
Check out some of your favorite candy bars in this list, like Mound, Twix, and Mars. These paleo versions feature natural, unrefined sweeteners, dark chocolate, fruit, nuts, seeds, and other more nourishing alternatives. Still, I bet you can’t eat just one!