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    Quote Originally Posted by aLittleLoopy View Post
    We made zucchini chocolate cake! There is a bit of sugar in the one I made, so try googling for the healthiest recipe. Good way to get them eating some veg!
    Try it with stevia.,. It's a natural sweetner!

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    I have the best protein choc fudge slice I'll pop on tomorrow to post it!

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    How is stevia in cooking? I had the little tablets in my coffee and they were gross! I was disappointed as I really wanted to cut my sugar intake.

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    -Savoury muffins, you can use a variety of flavours such as.
    Ham and corn
    Cheese, zuchinni and corn

    - Sweet muffins with berrys, purred apples or banana.

    - Munchy honey cakes are good (like the ones in banana's in pajama's cartoon)

    - Rock cakes with sultanas and dried apricots

    - Make your own icypoles with yougurt and fruit.

    -Zucchini slice cut up into small squares

    - Mini quiches

    - Pizza scrolls

    - Orange and poppy seed muffins

    - Piklets (add apple puree for sweetness) or scones even Pumpkin scones

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    Quote Originally Posted by aLittleLoopy View Post
    How is stevia in cooking? I had the little tablets in my coffee and they were gross! I was disappointed as I really wanted to cut my sugar intake.
    I use it for my choc fudge slice and it tastes good.. Otherwise you could use agave - natural sugar!

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    Subbing for those Bluss Balls they sound yummy


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    Put a skewer through a fresh banana, roll in greek yoghurt, roll in coconut or whatever you like and freeze


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