THM Sweetener: 1 tsp. pure stevia extract, 1 cup erythritol, 1 1/4 cup xylitol. I blended them altogether in my magic bullet and hope this will be a winning combo! I think this should measure the same as traditional sugar for sweetening power & bulk in recipes, but adjust to your own tastes.
Not-So-Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies: 3 cups ALMOND MEAL (not packed), 2 sticks of butter (1 cup), 3 eggs, 1/3 cup plus 3 tbsp THM Sweet Blend,1 tsp maple flavor, 1 tsp sea salt, 1 tsp baking soda, 2 tsp vanilla,1/3 cup of old fashioned oats, 1 cup of pecans, 1 cup of Lily's Stevia Chocolate Chips or chopped 85% dark chocolate bar)-Mix butter, sweetener, & extracts. Add dry ingredients.Add eggs, chocolate & nuts. Bake 375 for at least 10 mins or until golden brown. They firm up when cool!
Instant Latte Bombs (18 servings) In saucepan, combine 3 cups (24 oz) strong espresso and 9 tbsp gelatin. When gelatin has melted, stir/melt in 1 cup + 2 tbsp MCT oil and whisk until it has a silky consistency. Whisk in 2/3 cup protein powder, 1 tsp liquid stevia, 1 tsp salt, and 2 tsp vanilla. Blend for several minutes until emulsified and fluffy like a mousse. Pour into mold of choice and let it set (i used silicon cupcake molds but any pan works as long as you cut into 18 pieces)
THM Salted Caramel Skinny Chocolate. 1 cup coconut oil. 1/2 cup quality cocoa. 1/4 tsp pink sea salt or fleur de sel. 3-4 T. xylitol. stevia to taste. 2 tsp caramel extract. Grind xylitol until it’s a fine powder. It dissolves easier in the coconut oil this way, trust me! Mix all ingredients together, taste and adjust salt and sweetener as desired. Pour into a pan and let harden, then break into delicious shards.
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!
Stevia (in BLUE) - Natural and healthy sweetener with zero calories! Great substitute for ordinary sweeteners and also it's perfect for people with diabetes! It is 300 times more sweet than ordinary sugar. But be careful when buying it as a sweetener, because often there is mostly maltodextrine and just a few percents of this plant.