Maple Syrup With Stevia

pancake maple syrup with stevia - stevia syrup for pancakes

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pancake maple syrup with stevia - stevia syrup for pancakes

Maple Syrup With Stevia Recipe

Make this easy "maple syrup" recipe just by using stevia and a few other ingredients.
3 from 9 votes
Prep Time 2 mins
Cook Time 8 mins
Course Topping
Cuisine American
Servings 1 Batch

Calories Per Serving

Serving: 0.25cupCalories: 5kcal

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Combine all ingredients except xanthan gum into a medium saucepan.
  • Sprinkle xanthan gum lightly over the surface of the syrup and whisk to incorporate.
  • Taste and adjust flavors then turn heat up to medium.
  • Let the syrup come to a simmer and thicken.
  • Remove from burner and allow to thicken and cool slightly.
  • Serve warm or cold.

Notes

If you want to use liquid stevia try this amazing English Toffee Stevia.
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Sugar-Free Maple Syrup Recipe from Inside Kellys Kitchen

Thank you for being mindful of your health as you cook. It’s so important to consider the ingredients in our food, and recipes like this one make it easy to make healthy choices without sacrificing flavor. This maple syrup with stevia is a perfect example – it’s keto-friendly, heart-healthy, and has zero net carbs.

Better For You Than Regular Maple Syrup

Maple Syrup

Most maple syrup is made with just sugar and water. This keto maple syrup recipe uses stevia and maple extract instead of sugar, making it a healthier choice. Stevia is a natural sweetener that comes from the stevia plant. It’s calorie-free and has a glycemic index of zero, making it a good choice for people with diabetes.

Maple extract is another ingredient in this recipe that gives it a natural sweetness without the need for sugar. Maple extract is made by boiling maple syrup down until it’s a thick, dark liquid. This process concentrates the flavor of the maple syrup, making it a perfect ingredient for this recipe.

How to Use This Sugar-Free Maple Syrup

Maple syrup

This simple recipe can be used in any dish that calls for maple syrup. It’s perfect for keto pancakes, waffles, oatmeal, yogurt, smoothies, and more. You can even use it as a topping for ice cream or cake or as a delicious glaze for meats and vegetables.

Great Sugar-Free Alternative to Maple Syrup

I use sweetleaf stevia, more importantly, organic stevia. It’s a great sugar-free alternative to real maple syrup.

Healthier Sweetener

Stevia is also a great way to sweeten coffee, tea, and other beverages. It’s calorie-free, so it won’t add any extra calories to your drink.

Great on Pancakes or French Toast

french toast with strawberries and syrup

This stevia syrup is also perfect for topping pancakes or French toast. It’s a great way to enjoy your favorite breakfast foods without all the sugar.

So if you’re looking for a healthier alternative to maple syrup, this stevia syrup recipe is a great choice.

Sugar-Free Stevia Sweetened Alternative

Real maple syrup is really hard to match, but this stevia syrup does a great job. It’s thick and sticky, just like the real thing, and it has a delicious maple flavor.

Stevia syrup is also a great choice for those who are watching their sugar intake. It’s a great way to sweeten your food without all the sugar.

Maple Extract for Maple Flavor

Maple Syrup

The best part of maple syrup is the maple flavor. But most maple syrup that you buy in the store is loaded with added sugar and doesn’t fit into a keto-friendly diet.

With this sugar-free maple syrup recipe, you have the best of ALL worlds. It’s a keto syrup (keto diet friendly), it’s gluten-free, it won’t spike your blood sugar, it has zero net carbs, and it has an amazing flavor.

Why Stevia?

Stevia plant with stevia powder on white background

First of all, it’s sugar-free. Secondly, stevia is a much healthier sweetener than sugar. It’s calorie-free and has a glycemic index of zero, making it a good choice for people with diabetes.

Stevia is also a great way to sweeten coffee, tea, and other beverages. It’s calorie-free, so it won’t add any extra calories to your drink.

Other Ways to Use Stevia in Your Recipes

In addition to using stevia as a sugar substitute, there are many other ways that you can use this sweetener in your recipes.

One way to use stevia is to add it to homemade jams or jellies. This can help reduce the sugar content without sacrificing flavor.

Stevia can also be used in baking recipes. When baking with stevia, it is important to use a stevia baking blend or stevia baking sugar. These products are specifically designed for baking and will ensure that your baked goods turn out properly.

Another way to use stevia is to make stevia syrup. This can be used in place of sugar syrup in cocktails or mocktails. It can also be used to sweeten coffee and tea.

Finally, stevia can be used to make fruit leathers or fruit roll-ups. This is a great way to use up ripe fruit, and the stevia will help keep the fruit leathers or roll-ups from being too sweet.

There are so many ways to use this sweetener, and it is a great way to reduce the sugar content in your recipes.

So, next time you are looking for a sugar substitute, be sure to give stevia a try!

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