Sugar Free Candy Recipes


Sugar Free Candy Recipes: Fruity Candy

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Want a fruity refreshing candy? With no cooking involved this is a wonderful quick and easy recipe for kids! If a mistake in measurement is made, it’s super easy to fix just use the guidelines I indicated to adjust for the perfect result.

Sugar Free Fruity Candy Recipes

Sugar Free Candy Recipes

Sugar Free Candy Recipes


  • 4 small boxes sugar free strawberry jello
  • 2 cups unsweetened coconut
  • 1 can light condensed milk*
  • 1 cup pecans chopped super fine


  1. Mix all ingredients together.
  2. Opportunity for adult check
  3. Checking the texture: If your helper does not measure properly add more of the type of ingredient needed...
  4. Too wet or sticky? add more coconut or nuts.
  5. Too dry to hold together? add more condensed milk.
  6. Roll into balls. Chill well (overnight) and then ENJOY!
  7. Hints, Tips and Variations:
  8. This candy can be made in a sugar/ full fat version by simply using jello, sweetened coconut, and sweetened condensed milk.
  9. The pecans can be omitted and or traded for your favorite nut or seed. We use an old coffee grinder to "chop" our nuts or seeds super fine.
  10. Try this recipe with your favorite flavor (orange, raspberry, cherry, lime, lemon, grape) of jello.
  11. Light (sugar free non fat) condensed milk is super easy and inexpensive to make. I keep basic ingredients on hand but don't always have canned milk or want to run to the store.
  12. Dissolve 1 cup Equal (Nutrasweet, or other sweetener) in 3/4 cup warm water then add 1 cup plus 2 Tablespoons Nonfat dry skim milk and blend. This recipe makes 14 ounces or the equivalent of one can.

Thanks to my reader Rachel C. for sharing this candy recipes!

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  1. what great idea,stopping buying expensive candy from store will try this candy over weekend and and kids can make it it

  2. These sound yummy and I believe my granddaughters will have no problem putting together except for choosing what color (flavor) Jello to use. Thank you for sharing..

  3. Love this idea, sounds super easy and my granddaughters would have fun doing it. They always want to cook. Especially after watching Master Chef Jr.