At Sweet’N Low®, they believe, “The Sweeter, The Better®” and I couldn’t agree more!
As a nutritionist who spends 90% of her time slaving away concocting recipes to help you live a healthy, yet tasty life, I have a passion for making life as healthy and as yummy as possible. The main objective for me when making up these recipes is always finding ways to get my clients the optimum amount of nutrients without all of the calories.
Let’s face it… most people are ingesting most of their calories from plain, old sugar-infested foods on a daily basis. Opting for a fantastic zero-calorie sweetener like Sweet’N Low is a nutrition no-brainer because it’s an easy way to cut out those extra calories without sacrificing the sweetness. Every day, millions of packets of Sweet’N Low are consumed daily throughout the world to make life sweeter!
Here are some recipes without the guilt, thanks to America’s favorite pink packet that’s been around for 56 years!
Three Zero-Calorie Sweetened Recipes
Mad for Mojitos Recipe
Makes 1 cocktail
- 3/4 packet Sweet’N Low
- 1/2 lime
- 3 sprigs mint
- 1 ½ ounces light rum
- Soda water
- Place the Sweet’N Low in an 8-oz. glass with lime juice.
- Add the mint sprigs and muddle for 30 seconds.
- Toss in the rum, some ice cubes, and then top with cold soda water.
- Serve with a lime garnish.
Blackberry Goat Cheese Breakfast Bowl
Makes 1 bowl
- 1/2 cup oats (gluten-free if you are intolerant)
- Pinch of sea salt
- 1 cup unflavored almond or hemp milk
- 1/4 tsp. pure vanilla extract
- 1 packet Sweet’N Low
- 1TB chopped basil, optional
- 3 TB goat cheese
- Handful of blackberries, halved
- 1/2 TB flax seeds
- Bring the oats, salt, and liquid to a boil in a medium pot over medium heat. Keep stirring until liquid absorbs and when thick, add in the vanilla. Stir in the optional basil.
- Crumble only half of the goat cheese into the recipe. Swirl it so that it begins to melt into the oatmeal.
- Move the mix to a new bowl and add the remaining cheese, blackberries, Sweet’N Low, and the flax seeds.
Chocolate-Banana Cookie Bites Recipe
Makes 12 small bites
- 1 overripe banana, mashed
- 4 tbsp almond butter or sunflower seed butter (if allergic to nuts)
- 1 oz dark chocolate, chopped
- 4 tbsp rolled oats (if allergic, choose certified gluten-free oats)
- 2 packets Sweet’N Low
- Mix together all ingredients in a medium-sized mixing bowl and place in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.
- Remove it and roll into balls. If you want them to be chewy, place them in the freezer for ten minutes or if you don’t mind, eat them right now!
Sweet’N Low can be found in numerous retailers nationwide, as well as in your local coffee shops and restaurants.
This post is sponsored by Sweet’N Low but all of the opinions are my own. “Sweet’N Low®”, “©2014 Cumberland Packing Corp. All Rights Reserved.”