Super simple Low-Fat Almond Muffins!
I really like this muffin recipe because not only it is so simple, it is also light and refreshing. These muffins have a subtly nutty sweet flavor due to the combination of almonds and apple together. Make it gluten-free by using all ground almonds instead of plain flour.
Hello! Today, I have a great brownie recipe for you guys! It is my Low Fat, Low in Sugar Whole Wheat Brownie! It’s so delish with 40% less the calories and 60% (!) lesser in sugar than typical brownie!
You may think, “Yucks, how can this taste good?”
But it’s just that good. What’s my secret? Stevia and yogurt!
If you have been following me, I have recently came up a Sugar-Free Banana Bread recipe using only Stevia. It’s great. Do check it out!
Some may not get used to the sweetness of Stevia as the taste can vary a little from cane sugar. So in this recipe I have used a combination of dark brown sugar and stevia. It taste wonderfully sweet with the strong almost-like caramel flavor from the dark brown sugar and the extra kick of sweetness from Stevia.
If you don’t know what is Stevia, it is a natural herb that is really sweet but has no effect on blood sugar level and has zero calories. So as to make things as natural as possible, I like to use grounded dried Stevia leaves for baking.
As for yogurt, it can be used to replace butter. You can’t omit butter for brownie but you can definitely cut back on it. I have used yogurt for many recipes in place of a portion of butter and it works wonderfully. Yogurt help my cakes to remain moist and tender. Do remember to get Fat-Free, Sugar-Free (Sweetener free) yogurt! I like to use set yogurt as it has a really creamy texture but you can use Greek yogurt if you can’t find it.