Delicious and creamy sugar-free walnut and brandy truffles only need 5 simple ingredients and are only 0.8g net carbs.

They are perfect for an after dinner treat and can be frozen for a quick frozen keto dessert.

A tray of brandy truffles with walnuts on a silver antique plate

Creamy sugar-free truffles

When I made my original chocolate mint truffles, I asked what other flavour would you like me to develop. Loud and clear the two winners were brandy or walnuts, so I thought why not combine the two? So here are my sugar-free walnut and brandy truffles.

I developed these simple sugar-free walnut and brandy truffles which are even lower in carbs than the original recipe. These are intended for adults only as they contain alcohol. If you would like these to be alcohol-free you can omit the brandy entirely or use alcohol-free brandy essence.

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You only need 5 simple ingredients.

All quantities, ingredients, and instructions are in the recipe card below.

  • cream cheese – choose the full-fat variety, not lite or spreadable
  • butter – melted
  • cocoa powder – unsweetened
  • walnut pieces
  • granulated sweetener of choice – such as erythritol powder, stevia, allulose, xylitol, powdered sweetener, or monk fruit sweetener
  • brandy – optional


Sugar-free walnut and brandy chocolate truffles can be stored in the fridge for up to 3 days and in the freezer for u to 3 months.

They are a delicious and creamy quick keto frozen dessert and perfect for portion control.

For more low carb sweet treats, take a look at the recipe finder and join us on Pinterest.

A collection of sugar-free low-carb brandy truffles sitting on a silver antique fluted dish after chilling in the fridge to set

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  1. Oh my goodness. You have just become my new best friend! <3

      1. justine playford says:

        Hi Libby
        Awesome recipe as usual. Love the high omega 3s from the walnuts. Perfect treat for me and my liver. Thanks again for being my fav blogger. Will be pinning this one right now. XX Justine

  2. Looks a brilliant idea. Works so well just as walnuts, but of course a little bit more special with brandy added too.

    Well Done

    All the best Jan

  3. I love this recipe!!!!!!!! I added some almond meal to the mix and rolled in almond meal. Very yummy – thank you!

  4. Hi Libby – I’m new to low carb and have been using your website which is a god-send – thanks 🙂

    I’ve made these once, but wondered if rum would also be ok? I’ve tried to look at the labels of spirits but they don’t show any info, and so didn’t know if rum was the same as brandy as if so that would also be good?

    Thanks again

  5. Oh my goodness Libby, you are a genius
    Just made these tonight, they are bloody fantastic!!
    Thank you for bringing these into my life!! Love your work

  6. Hello Libby – thank you for sharing this recipe. I can’t get the cream cheese block here in the UK like I used to be able to in Australia. Should I use extra butter to make it more solid? Or maybe cacao butter?