Are you after sugar free recipes? If so, then read on…many of these are gluten free recipes too!

Let’s be honest – very few of us have the discipline necessary to turn away sweet foods on every occasion. That’s okay though. Our bodies are designed to crave sweetness and reward us for finding it with lots of endorphins and pleasant feelings. However, craving sweetness doesn’t always correlate with a healthy lifestyle – or does it?

With SweetLife®, it is now more possible than ever to have a healthy lifestyle and enjoy all the sweet treats you love – and that’s because of xylitol. If you browse our sugar free recipes now, you’ll find that all of them reference Perfect Sweet® xylitol whenever you need to use sugar. Perfect Sweet® xylitol looks and tastes just like sugar, but without all the nasty side effects because it’s a naturally occurring (plant derived) sweetener. Use it in place of sugar and your guests won’t even notice the taste difference.

Our sugar free recipes can also be used as diabetic recipes as they assist in managing blood sugar levels.

Browse our sugar free recipes now! If you’d like more information about xylitol, our recipes or more, please call 1300 768 783. 

Sugar Free Donuts with Berry Jam

Franjipani Cake

Grapefruit Vinaigrette

Summer Trifle

Swiss Roll

Chocolate, Coconut & Raspberry Gateaux

Mini Trifles

Classic Lime & Coconut Roulade

Classic Vanilla Mousse with Raspberry Puree

Trick or Treat Pumpkin Cookies

  • Weight Loss

    Most of us want to lose weight at some point in our lives, and get fitter. Xylitol products make it much easier for you to whittle down your waistline because the natural sweetener has approximately 75% less carbohydrates and 40% less calories than sugar.

  • Healthy Living

    Xylitol is a perfect sugar free alternative for anyone who wants to lead a healthy lifestyle and feel good every day. It is one of the best presents Mother Nature can give our bodies and can be used in place of sugar and artificial sweeteners.

  • Diabetes

    Xylitol is diabetic friendly. The natural sweetener is metabolized without insulin, thereby creating a lower glycaemic effect. In fact it has a glycaemic index of just 7. Now compare that to sugar, which has a glycaemic index of 65.

  • Gluten Intolerant

    Don’t worry if you follow a gluten-free diet and still want to enjoy cakes, desserts, chewing gum and sweets. Just because you have a sensitivity to gluten doesn’t mean you have to miss out.

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