Keto-approved Chocolate Bars for Chocolate Lovers

People often fall into two categories: those who love chocolate … and those who are wrong.

But, as we say in my household: “Don’t hate those who are wrong! It leaves more chocolate for the rest of us.”

All jokes aside, if you are following a low-carb or keto diet — but still want to enjoy chocolate every now and then — we’re here to tell you that you CAN do both. It’s just about choosing the right chocolate options!

If you’ve ever attempted to shop for low-carb or keto chocolate at the grocery store, you may have been confused about how to select the healthiest kind.

There are bars with 84% or 92% cocoa … and then, there are numerous options labeled “sugar-free,” “low carb,” or “keto.” Figuring out which to buy can be terribly confusing.

That’s why, in this week’s episode of Diet Doctor Explores, I decided to walk you through which chocolate options should make it into your cart — and which should remain on the grocery shelf.




The best low-carb & keto chocolate recipes

Craving a warm chocolate brownie, creamy chocolate mousse, birthday cake or even peanut butter cheesecake? Don’t worry, you can stay keto and have a delicious chocolate treat once in a while.


Keto sweeteners – the best and the worst

What sweeteners are good on a low-carb diet? Check out our visual guide. The best options are to the left. We suggest primarily using stevia, erythritol or xylitol.


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8 Thoughts to “Keto-approved Chocolate Bars for Chocolate Lovers”

  1. I’m on the Keto diet. It works, but I’m constantly tired. I can’t wait to be done… ? However, Teriyaki Madness has a all Protein Keto lunch that’s ? and that always cheers me up lol.

  2. I would also love to explore this Keto chocolate though ?

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  4. Lily’s chocolate bars are the best in the business. My favorite is the dark chocolate salted almond. Love these bars, and love how my glucose levels don’t seem to be affected.

  5. Kerri

    Great, informative blog post!

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  7. I love chocolate and am never going to change aha, and I know that dark chocolate is meant to be much better for you compared to milk or white.

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