This sweet and tangy BBQ sauce uses our delicious CocoSweet+, a blend of organic coconut palm sugar and stevia extract, and a touch of Nectevia, which replaces the use of brown sugar and molasses in traditional BBQ sauce. This makes it a healthy, low-carb, and full-flavor BBQ sauce recipe that can be used on beef, pork and chicken.
Everyone loves a chewy, sweet marshmallow! These homemade marshmallows are not just simple to make, but are also nearly calorie free (in moderation of course)!
This version of a holiday classic tastes even better than any version before! With all various flavors of Nectevia, the options are endless!
This delicious, creamy, vegan coconut mint matcha frappe will cool you off on the warmest of days! Try this delicious recipe with a splash of cold brew for an added kick in caffeine!
This creamy and thick chia pudding is both vegan and sugar free!
Not only does every serving have 7 grams of fiber and 4 grams of protein, but this snack will fill you up!
Decadent, yet gluten-free and diabetes friendly! Enjoy these alongside your favorite milk option for an added boost of protein!
This cookie recipe is so delicious that no one would ever guess these are both dairy-free and sugar-free!
This tangy cranberry walnut bar is both gluten-free and ideal for anyone wanting a low-carb option for a healthy snack or dessert!
Sub out the fructose for coconut sugar for an all-out paleo recipe!
Here's a fun, grain-free, dairy free, sugar free chocolate cupcake recipe featuring Nectevia Madagascar Vanilla, and a surprise ingredient! The acorn squash puree helps to keep these protein-dense cupcakes nice and moist. The kids won't even know they're eating veggies!
Perhaps better known by the name haymaker's punch, there are countless recipes for this deliciously refreshing drink. This vinegar-based drink essentially serves the same purpose as lemonade at a time when neither drinking water nor fresh lemons were easy to come by. It is an inexpensive and electrolyte filled way to get the benefits of apple cider vinegar (and much more tasty than undiluted vinegar!).