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Apr 15

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Some Sweet Recipes by Natvia

By now, I’m sure just about everyone has heard of stevia. Stevia is a natural sweetener derived from the stevia plant and is 30 times sweeter than sugar and lower in calories. It has been used to replace artificial sweeteners in over 5000 products.

However, to be honest, I’m not really a fan of the taste of stevia – or I wasn’t. I’ve finally found a stevia product that Iike – Nativa.

Natvia is made with both Reb A stevia and erythritol. Erythritol is a naturally occurring nectar in some fruits, such as pears, melons and grapes and doesn’t have a strong effect on the glycemic index. And for me, it doesn’t have the strong aftertaste that pure stevia powder or extract does.

natvia photo

 

Natvia can be used in coffee, tea and baking. And to show how simple it is to replace regular sugar in baking, the folks at Natvia are sharing an e-book filled with delicious recipes! Some of the recipes included are Tangy Lime Cheesecake, Raw Layer Cake, Mocha Popsicles, and Caramel Granola Bars – just to name a few! There are over 50 recipes!

 raw ebook

 

Check out the samples below – I can’t wait to make these! For your free copy of these recipes and more, click here à Norbu Raw Recipes.

 recipe pic

 

And if you would like to find more recipes, join their Sweeter Life Club, for both sweet and savory recipes.

 

If you have trouble finding Natvia in your local stores, you can also purchase it at Amazon.com

 

 

Product was provided for review, however, opinions are honest and free of influence.

 

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2 comments

  1. GiGi Eats

    NATVIA is the best baking stevia on the market!!!!! I ADORE IT! I make wayyyy too many “sugar” cookies with it! ha ha

  2. Jody - Fit at 57

    I am a NuNAturals fan but I will check it out! 🙂

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