This holiday season you can replace your sugar with SweetLeaf Stevia Sweetener to help reduce or eliminate added or hid in dietary sugars in this delicious way. According to, to the American Heart Association, reducing added sugar lowers your risk of several life-threatening diseases, including obesity, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, cancer, and dental cavities in children.
I was sent a couple of SweetLeaf items to review which I want to share with you Organic Steavia Packets 35 count which retails for $4.97 online. This is a great organic alternative for those who shop organic, each premeasured packet of SweetLeaf Stevia sweetener is as sweet as 2 teaspoons of sugar. These are easy to take with you anywhere as you can throw it in your purse or backpack for a natural sweetness.
SugarLeaf Baking Bag which retails for $8.99 online this is made with natural ingredients, SugarLeaf has the brown and baking qualities of sugar but two-thirds fewer calories and carbohydrates. SugarLeaf is a bond in of Stevia extract to the cane sugar molecules, resulted in a deliciously sweet, healthier alternative to sugar and artificial sweeteners.
My Opinion: I really enjoyed the SugarLeaf is a had a nice flavor in my cookies I also like the fact that it is healthier and great for losing weight and diabetics.
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Sugar-Free Cookie Dough Dip
8 oz. cream cheese, room temperature
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1/4 cup sunflower seed butter, unsweetened
1/2 tsp. salt
1/2 cup butter, unsalted, room temperature
1/2 cup chocolate chips, sugar-free
Add the cream cheese to a stand mixer along with vanilla extract and add 1 teaspoon of . Blend until smooth. Blend in the sunbutter and salt until combined. Scrape down the sides of the mixing bowl and blend in the butter. Taste and adjust stevia, if needed. Gently stir in the chocolate chips. Makes 2 cups. Keep refrigerated.
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