Dec 9, 2013
Healthy DIY Sugar Cubes
Sugar-Free Homemade Sugar Cubes
- Add the erythritol to a bowl and add 1 tsp of water at a time, stirring between each addition, until it looks like wet sand/shaved ice/damp snow.
- Press the mixture into this mini ice cube mold (I put my hand inside a plastic sandwich bag and used it to compress the "sugar" mixture)
- Place a sheet of foil onto a cookie sheet and place over the filled ice cube mold. Compress the two together and flip it carefully, making sure to keep the mold intact with the cookie sheet.
- Use a firm object to tap on the mold to loosen the cubes and keep one hand on the mold to absorb some of the shock and avoid ruining the sugar cubes. Let dry/harden overnight and do not touch! They'll be ready to use in the morning!
This recipe is: fat free, sugar free, low carb, gluten free, vegan!
PREPARE YOURSELVES for the most shocking nutrition label comparison ever:
Yeahhhh, for an ENTIRE BATCH of sugar cubes that taste exactly
the same as the storebought brand
, the Desserts with Benefits version has 860 less
calories and no
sugar (and that means no
sugar rush and crash)!
Let’s say you use three cubes in your coffee… that’s 1.3 calories (compared to 30 calories of pure sugar). I WIN, mwahaha
These DIY Sugar Cubes are definitely the better choice for coffees, teas, hot chocolate and other warm beverages. Sweeten your day the guilt-free way
I think I am going to package these into cute little jars (as seen in the first photo) and give them away as gifts for the holidays… maybe along with some Healthy Homemade Gingersnaps