Xylitol recipes

Homemade peanut butter and banana dog treats….

Homemade peanut butter and banana dog treats….

Before you start, it’s really important to make sure that you check that the peanut butter you’re using is safe for dogs, most are perfectly fine but a few contain Xylitol which is a sweetener used in many foods that can be harmful to them
Lemon tartlets with berries

Lemon tartlets with berries

7 tbsp of xylitol. In a bowl mix together the coconut, 2 egg whites and half of the xylitol until combined and sticky. To make the filling, beat together 3 yolks, half of the xylitol, Greek yogurt, lemon zest and lemon juice. 7 tbsp of xylitol
Baking the perfect (healthy) muffin

Baking the perfect (healthy) muffin

xylitolstevia or sugar. Sugar can be substituted for stevia or xylitol, carb free and natural alternatives and suitable for diabetics with low GI levels
Healthy Lemon Muffins

Healthy Lemon Muffins

**Such as Sukrin Gold, Xylitol or Trvuia (if you use a 'lighter sweetener' use the cup measurement as opposed to grams)
Healthy Coconut Fairy Cakes

Healthy Coconut Fairy Cakes

all that's missing is coconut sugar (but you could always swap xylitol for coconut sugar. Calorie stats shown are for using xylitol, 2 eggs plus 1 egg white, and no chocolate chips. if you decide to swap the xylitol for sugar, use 3 whole eggs and add chocolate chips then you need to add on 60 calories, 10g carbs and 1g fat (the protein remains the same. 1/4 cup (60g) xylitol. Bake for 15-20 minutes until golden brown (I baked mine with xylitol for 20 minutes and with sugar for 15 minutes). 1/4 cup (60g) xylitol
Almond and vanilla tea biscuit

Almond and vanilla tea biscuit

Grind the xylitol in a coffee grinder and add to the flour mix. 45 g xylitol. 45 g xylitol. Little tea companions - crumbly, almondy, and sugar-free
Carrot cake muffins (sugar-free)

Carrot cake muffins (sugar-free)

the flour, spices, bicarbonate of soda, baking powder, xylitol and chopped hazelnuts. To make the frosting, beat the softened butter and half of the powdered xylitol until creamy
Healthy alternative for cake decorating

Healthy alternative for cake decorating

So, with just egg whites, cream or tartar, vanilla extract and xylitol or stevia (sugar alternatives), you can create a low-fat, low carb and natural sugar alternative icing
Home-made black currant cordial that won't rot your teeth ...

Home-made black currant cordial that won't rot your teeth ...

tooth-rotting sugar, so I've substituted xylitol in place of regular sugar. 150 g xylitol, sugar substitute or you can use regular sugar – add as much or as little as. 150 g xylitol, sugar substitute or you can use regular sugar – add as much or as little as
Almond biscuits

Almond biscuits

Grind the xylitol in a coffee grinder and add to the flour. 50 g xylitol. 50 g xylitol. Festive almond biscuits
Vegan Valentines Day Cookie Pops

Vegan Valentines Day Cookie Pops

To decorate Use my royal icing recipe using powdered xylitol. 12 Ingredients For the cookies 1½ cups spelt flour (or equal amounts of gluten-free plain flour) 10 tbsp dairy-free butter 1 tsp vanilla extract 5 tbsp agave nectar For the decoration Sugar-free royal icing (using powdered xylitol) Freeze dried raspberries, chopped into small pieces Instructions To make the cookies Mix all the ingredients together in a food processor until it forms a soft dough