Top Rated Sugar Free Recipes

Designed for the candida diet, this carrot cake is moist, delicious, and entirely sugar-free. A blend of grain-free flours combine to create this flavorful spice cake, while stevia extract gives the cream cheese icing a perfectly balanced tangy sweetness.    Click here to see the story on the candida diet
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Diva Caramel Sweetheart Cake
I love this caramel recipe for many reasons. First, it doesn't contain white sugar. Second, it's easy to make. No cooking or boiling is needed. Third, it can be re-invented into many variations. This special caramel sauce is a perfect base for a candy recipe...or you can lovingly drizzle it over your favorite dessert: apple pie, ice cream, or chopped bananas with walnuts. The recipe can also be used to create Caramel Popcorn Balls, Sticky Bon-Bons, or as an icing or special glaze for a cake. 
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If you want a break from the traditionally sweet banana bread, this is the bread for you. Have no fear, though: even though this bread leaves out the sugar and oil, it packs in plenty of sweetness thanks to the overly-ripe bananas and a touch of cinnamon. 
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Designed with the candida diet in mind, these bite-sized blueberry scones are a perfect way to indulge a craving for sweet breakfast treats without risking your health. Made with coconut flour, stevia, and just enough blueberry, these sugar-free, gluten-free scones are sure to put a smile on your face. Click here to see the story on the candida diet
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These light and lemony dessert bars are sugar-free, sweetened with stevia, and designed for the candida diet. With an almond flour crust, they are also gluten-free, and are the perfect blend of tart frutiness and buttery crust.    Click here to see the story on the candida diet
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This recipe makes sweet, chocolaty cupcakes for the candida diet. Made with rich organic cocoa and a light coconut cream icing, these desserts are decadent, grain and gluten-free, and sweetened only with stevia, so pick one up and check your guilt at the door. Click here to see the story on the candida diet
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These cookie balls are full of healthy ingredients and are sugar-free.
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Diva Caramel Sweetheart Cake
I love this caramel recipe for many reasons. First, it doesn't contain white sugar. Second, it's easy to make. No cooking or boiling is needed. Third, it can be re-invented into many variations. This special caramel sauce is a perfect base for a candy recipe...or you can lovingly drizzle it over your favorite dessert: apple pie, ice cream, or chopped bananas with walnuts. The recipe can also be used to create Caramel Popcorn Balls, Sticky Bon-Bons, or as an icing or special glaze for a cake. 
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Kim Marie Van Rheenen
Relates Mendota, Illinois field editor Kim Marie Van Rheenen, 'My mother always had Russian tea mix on hand for a quick warm-up. Our son has diabetes, so I carry on the tradition using this delicious sugar-free alternative.'
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Chef Meela
This is so simple and so good, not just as frosting either!! I am a recently diagnosed diabetic with a gigantic sweet tooth, so I am always looking for goodies. I was sitting around bored and craving something sweet one day and this is what happened. This is pretty low in carbs too- which is great for diabetics as well as low carb dieters. But beware, it is NOT low in fat!! This recipe makes a bunch, but I am pretty sure it can be reduced by parts. The serving number is a guess- it depends on what you use this for.
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