Stevia Recipes

 Some diet pills have been used in weight loss pills in the past, and while we cannot see that being particularly helpful, there is reason to use this artificial sweetener. Obviously, it doesn’t have the complications of many chemical-based artificial sweeteners. However, that’s not the point.

Stevia is meant to be used in recipes to replace regular sugar content with a lower calorie (or no-calorie alternative). We could see a weight loss drink or mix using stevia to sweeten the pot without adding too many excess calories, and we have definitely seen what it can do when used in food. It’s just a matter of knowing how.

Making Your Own Stevia Alternatives

While stevia is popular, most products don’t actually use it in their personal recipes, and it’s hard to find prepackaged foods that happen to use it. So the responsibility falls on you, the consumer, to make your own sweets packaged with stevia. It can be quite simple. Hot chocolate for example can be made with a mix of cocoa stevia, soymilk (or milk), honey or maple syrup, and vanilla extract. However, many find that other more complicated recipes are a little more appealing.

Desserts with Stevia

One can also make regular desserts with stevia such as apple crisp. If you want to have an apple crisp with stevia, the best thing that you can do is to make everything yourself from the filling to the crust without any prepackaged options. An apple crisp can be made with a surprisingly diverse blend of ingredients such as cinnamon, peanut butter, chopped nuts, and of course stevia, and it’s not the only one.

If you have baking skills, you can make anything from a chocolate mousse with raspberry sauce to chocolate chip cookies and crepes if you want. Stevia can be used to replace part or even all of the basic sugar content in your food, and many report that it tastes about the same.

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