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What an interesting challenge, June. At that same website you mentioned in your post, they list several variations on your recipe sweetened with several things. One used agave nectar and one used pureed dates. The agave is warned against in the book, and dates are very high in naturally occurring sugar, so I would hesitate on either of those. But I do think you're on to something, so I'll look too.
I did find another lower carb although still not "blood sugar solution legal" at this site:
He used Truvia (trade name for stevia blend). I used to have some desserts sweetened with apple sauce or pureed pears -- I'll try to see if I can find them.
I really enjoy baking and I came across a Black Bean Brownie - sound great but not with the sugar. What is a good substitute that is legal on BSS? or is there one?
ownies-gluten-free-255239 if you are interested in the recipe.
"Everything is permissible"--but not everything is beneficial. "Everything is permissible"--but not everything is constructive. 1 Corinthians 10:23 NIV