Who doesn’t love chocolate??? Whether you are using in baking, or simply enjoying a little treat after dinner – we’ve expanded this list to include Milk and Dark, unfortunately, there are no low carb white chocolates in our supermarkets

Updated December 2019

Our criteria 20g carbs per 100g or less.

Dark Chocolate

NameCarbs per 100gCarbs per 20gSupermarket
Lindt 95% Ultimate Dark9.21.5gColes/ Woolworths
Lindt 90% Supreme Dark14g2.8gColes/ Woolworths
Coles Belgian Choc 85%16.2g3.2gColes/ Woolworths
Frey Supreme Extra Dark 85 %18.2g3.6gColes/ Woolworths
Cadbury Coco Dark 86%18.3g3.7gColes/ Woolworths
Lindt 85% Extra Dark19g3.8gColes/ Woolworths
Pico Super Dark 85%20g4gWoolworths
Moser Roth 85 %20.4g4.1gAldi

Milk Chocolate

Regular Milk Chocolate is NOT low carb. The following Milk Chocolate options contain sugar substitutes/ or alcohols which make these low carb. Note, some sweeteners don’t agree with everyone. We recommend individuals make choices based on their needs.

NameCarbs per 100gCarbs per 20gSupermarket
Well Naturally Milk10.4g2.1gColes/ Woolworths
Sweet Williams Milk Chocolate5.1g 1gColes/ Woolworths
Atkins Plain Chocolate Bar6.4g1.9gColes/ Woolworths

Lindt 95 % Ultimate Dark

If we’re looking for the highest amount of cocoa. Then it has to be Lindt 95% Dark for sure.

Ingredients:

Cocoa mass, cocoa butter, cocoa powder, sugar. Dark chocolate contains cocoa solids 95% min. May contain tree nuts, soy and milk

Carbs per 100g: 9.2g

Carbs per serve: 1.5g

Comments:

  • This is REALLY for lovers of dark chocolate.
  • At 95% Cocoa, it is top quality.
  • You get 10 large flat squares per block so that means each square is under 1g carb.

Lindt 90 % Supreme Dark

Ingredients:

Cocoa mass, cocoa butter, low-fat cocoa powder, sugar, Vanilla. Dark chocolate contains cocoa solids 90% min. May contain tree nuts, soy and milk

Carbs per 100g: 14g

Carbs per serve: 2.8g

Comments:

  • Anna’s fave πŸ™‚
  • At 90% Cocoa, it is top quality.
  • You get 10 large flat squares per block so that means each square is under 1.4g carb.

Coles Belgian 85% Dark Chocolate

Ingredients:

Cocoa Mass, Sugar, emulsifier, (soy lecithin) Contains 85% cocoa solids.

Carbs per 100g: 16.2g

Carb per serve: 3.2g

Comments:

  • The only addition to this ingredient list that makes it not so desirable is the Soy Lecithin, and that’s not the end of the world in the small amount that would be in here.
  • Pretty good for a supermarket brand.

Supreme Extra Dark 85%

Ingredients:

Cocoa mass, cocoa butter, cocoa powder, sugar, cocoa powder, natural flavour, Contains 85% cocoa solids

Carbs per 100g: Carbs 18.2g

Carbs per serve: 3.6g


Cadbury Coco Dark

Ingredients:

Cocoa mass, cocoa butter, cocoa powder, sugar, flavour, emulsifier (soy lecithin), milk solids. Dark chocolate contains cocoa solids 86%.

Carbs per 100g: Carbs 18.3g

Carbs per serve: 4.6g

Comments:

  • The only addition to this ingredient list that makes it not so desirable is the Soy Lecithin, and that’s not the end of the world in the small amount that would be in here.
  •  Good to see Cadbury is stepping up with this healthier option.

Lindt 85% Extra Dark

Ingredients:

Cocoa mass, fat-reduced cocoa powder, cocoa butter, demerara sugar, vanilla.

Carbs per 100g: 19g

Carbs per serve: 3.8g

Comments:

  • Pretty impressive ingredients list, but that this standard of the Lindt range, which is awesome πŸ™‚
  •  This would be on par with Cadbury Coco Dark. It would come down to which brand you preferred. πŸ™‚

If you are in the mood to make some Low Carb Choc Chip Cookies, simply chop your favourite block of chocolate into small chips and add them to our Protein Cookie Mix

Our make our Low Carb Double Choc Brownies… 😍


Pico Super Dark

Ingredients:

Cocoa solids, organic sugar, Vanilla Pods

Carbs per 100g: 20g

Carbs per serve: 4g

Comments:

  • I came across this brand in my local Woolies. Definitely keen to try this one. Great ingredient list. Short and sweet.

Moser Roth Private Chocolatiers 85%

Ingredients:

Cocoa mass, cocoa butter, sugar, alkalised reduced fat reduced cocoa powder, Emulsifier (322 from soy), Vanilla extract.

Carbs per 100g: 20.4g

Carbs per serve on pack: 5.1g

Comments:

  • This can be found in Aldi.

Well Naturally Range – Milk & Dark

Ingredients:

Milk – Cocoa mass, cocoa butter, milk solids, soluble dietary fibre (polydextrose), erythritol, emulsifier (soy lecithin) natural flavour, natural sweetener (stevia), Chocolate contains 34% cocoa solids & 24% milk

Carbs per 100g: 10.4g

Carbs per serve on pack: 1.6g

Dark: Cocoa mass, cocoa butter 70%, soluble dietary fibre (polydextrose), erythritol, emulsifier (soy lecithin) natural flavour, natural sweetener (stevia).

Carbs per 100g: 5.4g

Carbs per serve on pack: 0.8g

Comments:

  • I LOVE this range of milk chocolate (I haven’t tried the dark). I’m not a huge chocolate eater, but I prefer milk to dark. A few squares of this is all I need. They also have a range of different flavours in both the dark and milk. πŸ€“

Sweet Williams Milk Chocolate Bar

Ingredients:

Cocoa mass, cocoa butter, sugar, alkalised reduced fat reduced cocoa powder, Emulsifier (322 from soy), Vanilla extract.

Carbs per 100g: 20.4g

Carbs per serve on pack: 5.1g


Atkins Chocolate Bar

Ingredients:

Cocoa butter, maltitol, polydextrose, cocoa mass, milk solids, emulsifiers (soy lecithin), natural flavour, sucralose.

Carbs per 100g: 6.4g

Carbs per serve on pack: 1.9g


Coles Simply Less Dark Chocolate Bars.

Ingredients of plain block only:

Reduced-fat chocolate, sweetener 965, cocoa mass, cocoa butter, vegetable emulsifier, Natural Vanilla Flavouring

Carbs per 100g: 11.2g

Carbs per serve on pack: 2.2g

Comments: I’ve only tried the choc mint of this range and I wasn’t a fan.


Special Mention: Not in the Supermarket, found online or in health food stores

Vitawerx Range of White and Milk Chocolate Bars

Ingredients:

White: Cocoa butter (27%), whey protein isolate, xylitol, skim milk powder, Vanilla extract, digestive enzymes Zingiberaceae, Ginger, emulsifier.

Carbs per 100g: 9.1g

Carbs per serve on the pack (50g): 4.6g

Milk: Cocoa, whey protein isolate, cocoa butter, xylitol, skim milk powder, Vanilla extract, digestive enzymes Zingiberaceae, Ginger, emulsifier.

Carbs per 100g: 9.8g

Carbs per serve on the pack (50g): 4.9g

Comments: I LOVE the White Chocolate Bars. Being a premium product they are a little higher in cost, but it’s totally WORTH IT! The flavour is sooo good and with the added protein they are a filling treat too. 50g is actually pretty big, you could halve that and still feel satisfied. 😍 😍


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Please Note: Information was accurate at the time of collecting. If changes are made to the brand (packaging or nutrition) within our updates, please refer to their website. Changes may occur regarding their availability, please check with your local supermarket for more info.

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