14 of The Best Sugar Free Milk Chocolates You Must Try


The best sugar free milk chocolates you must try. Milk Chocolate. It’s the King (or Queen) of the chocolate world. Here at Low Sugar Snax, I have already written posts on the best sugar free white chocolate and dark chocolate. But how about the OG chocolate – milk chocolate? What are some of the best sugar free milk chocolates out there? 

In this post, I will present you with 14 of the best low sugar milk chocolates out there. They all contain 0g of added sugar and 0g-1g of total sugar per serving. Sugar free milk chocolate peanut butter cups, baking chips, caramels, covered nuts, boxed chocolates, and chocolate bars all feature in this awesome list. So, no matter what kind of milk chocolate you like, I have a sugar free option for you. If you like your sugar free milk chocolate nutty then you are going to especially love this post.

So, let’s dig in – what are the best sugar free milk chocolates?

What are the best Sugar-Free Milk Chocolate Brands?

As a general rule, the best sugar free milk chocolates are:

  • ChocZero sugar free milk chocolate chips
  • Whims sugar free milk chocolate peanut butter cups
  • Funtasty sugar free milk chocolate covered nuts
  • Lily’s sugar free milk chocolate bars
  • Asher’s sugar free milk chocolates
  • Hershey’s sugar free milk chocolate
  • Russell Stover sugar free milk chocolate
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Summary Table – Best Sugar Free Milk Chocolate Brands

Below is a summary table with 14 of the best sugar free milk chocolate brands. For each entry, I have listed the sweetener used so you can get a better idea of how they are sweetened in place of sugar.


Sugar Free Milk Chocolate BrandSweeteners Used
ChocZero’s Milk Chocolate ChipsMonk fruit
Whims Oat Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter CupsMonk fruit and isomalto-oligosaccharide
Funtasty Sugar Free Milk Chocolate Covered CashewsMaltitol and sucralose
Funtasty Sugar Free Milk Chocolate Covered PeanutsMaltitol and sucralose
Creamy Milk Chocolate Style Bar by Lily’sErythritol and stevia
Salted Almond Milk Chocolate Style Bar by Lily’sErythritol and stevia
Hazelnut Milk Chocolate Style Bar by Lily’sErythritol and stevia
Funtasty Sugar Free Milk Chocolate Covered AlmondsMaltitol and sucralose
Funtasty Sugar Free Milk Chocolate Covered PecansMaltitol and sucralose
Asher’s Chocolates Sugar Free Milk Chocolate BarsMaltitol
Asher’s Chocolates, Sugar Free Chocolate Assortment Maltitol, xylitol, sucralose and polydextrose
Hershey Sugar Free ChocolatesMaltitol, maltodextrin and polydextrose
Russell Stover Sugar Free Milk Chocolate Caramel Tile BarMaltitol, stevia and polydextrose
Russell Stover Sugar Free Milk Chocolate Peanut, Caramel & NougatMaltitol, stevia and polydextrose

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Best Sugar Free Milk Chocolate Brands – item-by-item

In this section, I will go through each of the above table entries item by item. This is to give you some more detail so as to make the best purchasing choice when selecting a sugar free milk chocolate.

1. ChocZero’s Milk Chocolate Chips – 1g of Total Sugar

First up are sugar free milk chocolate chips from ChocZero. I have talked about ChocZero several times before here are Low Sugar Snax, for example in the post wrote on the best sugar free Nutella alternatives, which you can read here – Are there sugar free Nutella Alternatives?

These milk chocolate chips from ChocZero are sweetened with monk fruit and contain 1g of total sugar and 0g of added sugar per post.

These sugar free milk chocolate chips would be perfect for pairing with a sugar free baking mix. If you want some inspiration for some sugar free baking check out the posts I have written on the best sugar free mixes:

These are the only sugar free milk chocolate chips on this list so if that is what you are looking for, you can snap them up on Amazon here.

2. Whims Oat Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups – 1g of Total Sugar

Peanut butter cups are such a US candy favorite. And it’s not hard to see why – chocolate and peanut butter are a match made in heaven. Especially when they are sugar free.

Enter Whims Oat milk sugar free chocolate peanut butter cups.

Not only are these peanut butter cups plant based they are also sugar free and instead sweetened with monk fruit and isomalto-oligosaccharide (what a mouthful!).

Each cup contains 1g of total sugar.

You can find these sugar free plant-based milk chocolate peanut butter cups on Amazon here.

3. Funtasty Sugar Free Milk Chocolate Covered Cashews – 1g of Total Sugar

I have talked about Funtasty candy here on Low Sugar Snax before. Partly because they have such a great name (fun-tasty – get it?) and partly before they make great sugar free candy – duh! Well, this time I am talking about Funtasty’s awesome range of sugar free milk chocolate-covered nuts.

First up is Funtasty’s milk chocolate-covered cashews. They are sweetened with maltitol and sucralose and there is only 1g of total sugar per sugar.

You can find Funtasty’s sugar free chocolate covered cashews on Amazon here.

4. Funtasty Sugar Free Milk Chocolate Covered Peanuts – 1g of Total Sugar

If you are team peanut over team cashew, then you will be pleased to know that Funtasty also makes sugar free milk chocolate-covered peanuts. These sugar free milk chocolate-covered peanuts are also sweetened with maltitol and sucralose and contain 1g of total sugar per serving.

You can find these sugar free keto milk chocolate peanuts on Amazon here.

5. Creamy Milk Chocolate Style Bar by Lily’s – <1g of Total Sugar

Ah Lily’s – that candy brand that makes lovely sugar free chocolate bars.

I covered Lily’s sugar free white chocolate bars in the post I wrote on the best sugar free white chocolate – The Best 11 Sugar Free White Chocolates You Need To Try. But now it’s Lily’s milk chocolates time to shine.

Lily’s milk chocolate bar is sweetened with erythritol and stevia and can be found on Amazon here.

6. Salted Almond Milk Chocolate Style Bar by Lily’s – <1g of Total Sugar

Another delectable flavor that Lily’s sugar free milk chocolate comes in is salted almond.

Lily’s salted almond milk chocolate is sweetened with erythritol and stevia and contains less than 1g of total sugar per serving. So, if you love that sweet salty combo of salted chocolate (and why wouldn’t you), you can find this chocolate on Amazon here.

7. Hazelnut Milk Chocolate Style Bar by Lily’s – <1g of Total Sugar

The final Lily’s sugar free milk chocolate variety is…you guessed it another nut – this time hazelnut. Just like the salted almond and plain milk bars, the hazelnut milk chocolate bars are sweetened with erythritol and stevia.

Each bar contains less than 1g of total sugar per serving.

If you love that milk chocolate hazelnut combo you can find this sugar free version of Amazon here.

If you are obsessed with that hazelnut chocolate combination (I mean it just works) you can read the post I wrote on the best sugar free Nutella alternatives here – Are there sugar free Nutella Alternatives?

8. Funtasty Sugar Free Milk Chocolate Covered Almonds – 0g of Total Sugar

Now back to Funtasty as they also make sugar free milk chocolate-covered almonds. Just like the other milk chocolate-covered nuts in the range these are sweetened with maltitol and sucralose and are keto.

They are actually even lower in total sugar content than the milk chocolate peanuts and cashews version above – at 0g of total sugar per serving.

You can find Funtasty sugar free milk chocolate-covered almonds on Amazon here.

9. Funtasty Sugar Free Milk Chocolate Covered Pecans – 0g of Sugar

The final sugar free milk chocolate that Funtasty makes is their chocolate-covered pecans. Just like the sugar free milk chocolate-covered almonds these are sweetened with maltitol and sucralose and contain 0g of total sugar per serving.

You can find these sugar free chocolate pecans on Amazon here.

10. Asher’s Chocolates Sugar Free Milk Chocolate Bars – 0g of Total Sugar

So far on this list, there have been a lot of sugar free nutty milk chocolates. But how about if you are a purist and just want plain sugar free milk chocolate?

Well, there is the Lily’s option I talked about above, but another plain sugar free milk chocolate option comes from Asher’s.

Asher’s sugar free milk chocolate is sweetened with maltitol and contains 0g of total sugar per serving.

This sugar free milk chocolate is also kosher and made in small batches by a family-run business. You can find this awesome sugar free milk chocolate on Amazon here. You can see this sugar free milk chocolate comes in individual bar format (rather than big bar format).

11. Asher’s Chocolates, Sugar Free Chocolate Assortment  – 0g of Total Sugar

Another amazing sugar free chocolate option from Asher’s is their boxes of sugar free chocolates. These make the perfect gift for any sugar-hating chocolate lover.

This chocolate box consists of both milk and dark chocolates and these chocolates are sweetened with maltitol, xylitol, sucralose, and polydextrose.

There is 0g of total sugar per serving of 2 chocolates.

It’s so rare to find a box of sugar free chocolates that you can give as a gift so make sure to snap some up on Amazon now.

12. Hershey Sugar Free Chocolates – 0g of Total Sugar

The final sugar free plain milk chocolate on this list comes from none other than Hershey’s. Yes, that is correct – Hershey’s now makes sugar free milk chocolate.

These individually wrapped sugar free milk chocolate pegs are sweetened with maltitol, maltodextrin, and polydextrose, and contain 0g of sugar per serving.

You can find Hershey’s sugar free milk chocolate on Amazon here.

13. Russell Stover Sugar Free Milk Chocolate Caramel Tile Bar – 0g of Total Sugar

One type of sugar free milk chocolate I haven’t talked about yet is sugar free milk chocolate caramel. Does sugar free milk chocolate caramel even exist?

The answer is yes – enter Russell Stover sugar free milk chocolate caramel tile bar.

This bar is sweetened with maltitol, stevia, and polydextrose and contains 0g of total sugar per serving.

 You can find Russell Stover sugar free milk chocolate caramel tile on Amazon here.

14. Russell Stover Sugar Free Milk Chocolate Peanut, Caramel & Nougat – 0g of Total Sugar

The final sugar free milk chocolate on this list is also from Russell Stover. This time it is Russell Stover’s sugar free milk chocolate peanut, caramel, and nougat. I mean need I say anymore – chocolate, peanut, caramel, and nougat – all in a sugar free format. Turns out dreams do come true.

This peanut and caramel nougat delight is sweetened with maltitol, stevia, and polydextrose and can be found on Amazon here.


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14 of The Best Sugar Free Milk Chocolates You Must Try – The Final Bite

The best sugar free milk chocolates you must try. What have we learned from the above? Well, when it comes to milk chocolate you are probably given the greatest selection of sugar-free options. More so than with white chocolate varieties. If you are looking for the lowest sugar option, then I would recommend any of the entries from number 8 to number 14 on my above list. All of these contain 0g of sugar. As for my personal favorite, it would have to be Asher’s Chocolate Assortment box. I love being able to pick and choose between different styles and types of chocolate, so this makes for a great choice. Why stick with one chocolate when you can have an assortment – especially when they are sugar free.

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