I made 2 desserts for a church gathering today. I used Lakanto (sort of like Steviva) and Steviva instead of sugar in both of them. I got a lot of complements so I guess that means they were good. I'm still trying to get used to erythritol. I always seem to use too much for my tastes. but other people always say it's good. I think it's weird tasting but hey, it's not sugar!
I will post the recipes tomorrow when I'm not so tired.
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I love to whip my cottage cheese with my greek yogart, splash vanilla and spenda. Then put fruit on top of it and maybe some granola or chopped walnuts. You could make it and put in pretty wine glasses or glass dish.
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Well... I like my stevia, and If you take unsweetened DARK chocolate and melt it with stevia, you know have a pretty CLEAN, healthy dark chocolate. Maybe dip some fruit, nuts, hmmm... stuff in the chocolate? Or make a BARK with the chocolate and some nuts, unsweetened coconut?
You could also have a chocolate fondue? Fresh fruit?
I've been invited to a friend's on Wednesday night. I told her I would bring dessert. I want it to be sugar free and clean. I know I could just bring fruit, but that would be too boring. Any suggestions?
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