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Louella Swarey
Louella Swarey • 47 weeks ago

Truvia Sweetener Review + How to Make Your Own Truvia Substitute in Bulk (Much Cheaper!) « Healthy Indulgences and conversion chart

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How to make your own Truvia Substitute Sweetener in Bulk (much cheaper!)

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Substitute Stevia for Sugar - Stevia is a natural sweetener used for centuries in South America. Great for diabetics & those trying to kick the pervasive "granular crack". It may seem more expensive than sugar but since you use so little, it's really not. Replacing sugar with stevia in most recipes is really as simple as shown in this chart. I mostly use liquid but the powder works well also. When baking I use a combination of erythritol+stevia. You can grow stevia too! Totally awesome!

Really #healthy "Kool-Aid" with no artificial sweeteners or colors! #kidfriendlydrinks

DIY Healthy (great for blood sugar) Sugar Substitute (DIY Stevia Baking Blend, like Truvia) Makes 1 cup / Ingredients 1 cup erythritol, 1/2 tsp stevia extract powder use 1:1 cup ratio for sugar in baking.

No Thinker Shrinker! All you do is steep two Oolong tea bags in hot water, transfer to a quart jar, add ice, more water and stevia extract to taste.

Sunrise GGMS 2 cups water, 1/4 cup 0% Greek yogurt, 2 drops orange extract(I used Frontier brand), shake of powdered ginger, 3 tiny scoops stevia, handful frozen strawberries, 2 TBLS Braggs's apple cider vinegar....mix up in a blender and add more water to make 4 cups liquid total.

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