|Product Name : Stevia Sweet Recipes Cook Book|
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|Product SKU : 14-10215|
|Price : $12.95|
|Country Style & Sugar Free. -
More than 150 sweet, delicious recipes from the Goettemoeller family. Now giving up sugar does not have to mean giving up your favorite dessert - nor do you have to compromise sweetness or taste. The author offers health-conscious readers over 165 creative recipes which use the herb, Stevia. In addition to dozens of mouth-watering dessert suggestions, Stevia Sweet Recipes provides a tantalizing array of breakfast, main course, salad and side-dish recipes - all sugar-free! British artist Susan Cavaciuti adds 25 illustrations to this reader-friendly recipe book. Comb lay-flat binding, 5.5" x 8.5" recipe book with over 194 pages.
Stevia has been endorsed by the Feingold Association, by Dr. Julian Whitaker in his consumer newsletter, by the American Botannicals Council, by the American Herbal Products Association and by countless other agencies and holistic practitioners around the world.
Sample Stevia Recipe:
Lemon Ice Cream by Jeffrey Goettemoeller
Sweet cream with a lemon zing. A great sugar-free summer treat from the book, "Stevia Sweet Recipes: Sugar-Free -- Naturally!" This Lemon Ice Cream recipe yields 6 servings and uses pure white Stevia Extract Powder with no fillers.
1/2 teaspoon Stevia Extract Powder OR 1 1/2 to 2 teaspoons Green Stevia Powder
Remove from freezer. Add lemon juice and extract. Beat thoroughly and replace the plastic wrap. Return to freezer.
After 2 hours beat again. Freeze some more until consistency is firm but still soft enough to dip. This entire process requires about 6 hours and very little effort. For leftovers, remove from freezer about 1/2 hour before serving to allow for softening. Whip again if desired.
Variations: The amount of stevia and lemon extract can be varied according to taste. Equal amounts of lemon extract and vanilla extract can be used.
Cashew Cookies, Yields 24 Cookies
Place coconut meal in a shallow bowl. Stir remaining ingredients together in mixing bowl in the order given. Chill briefly if mixture is too soft to form balls. For each small cookie use 2 level teaspoons of cookie mixture. Roll in balls and coat with coconut meal. Flatten to a 1-1/2 inch disk. Place in a flat storage container and chill.
Variations: Omit butterscotch flavoring and increase vanilla extract to 1 teaspoon. Add 2 tablespoons sesame seeds.