Happy 2019. I’ve learned two things —
1) The healthiest thing you can do for yourself is to eat more greens.
2) People don’t want to eat more greens, they want to eat sweets.
Sweetness wins. It’s a win for everyone when the sweetness comes from a source that doesn’t mess with your weight or blood sugar. Enter Steviva‘s KetoseSweet with allulose, the low-glycemic sugar found in figs, along with two other plant-based sources of sweetness stevia and monkfruit.
So I was thrilled when Steviva invited me to create a recipe using their product. KetoseSweet performs like sugar — it’s white, granulated and a teaspoon of KetoseSweet has the same sweetness as sugar, but contains only 1 calorie.
I created this lemon poppy tea cake for a sweet start to the new year. It’s bright, light and pleasing, for a healthy, guilt-free anytime treat.
Thanks to Steviva for providing product for recipe-testing and inviting me to participate in their Steviva KetoseSweet contest