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Stevia Chocolate Syrup

Stevia Chocolate Syrup created by havent the slightest

It can be used as a topping on ice cream, mixed in beverages, or for any other treat that calls for chocolate syrup.

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ingredients

  • 1 cup unsweetened cocoa
  • stevia, to taste
  • 1 cup water (can replace 1/2 with evaporated milk)
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla

directions

  • Blend the cocoa and stevia in small saucepan. Over low - medium heat, gradually stir in the water.
  • Simmer for a minute or two until mixture is smooth.
  • Remove from heat and stir in vanilla.
  • If mixture is too thick, gradually blend in warm water until desired consistency is reached.
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  1. suckrpnch
    "to taste" isn't a recipe.
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  2. Rexington F.
    Scrumptious for low cal people! This recipe is awesome! It is SO delicious. (I haven’t had sweets in about a month so my taste for sweet has curbed quite a lot, just to be honest.) It tastes like dark chocolate syrup. Often stevia has a horrible after taste for me, but I think the bitterness of the cocoa compliments it and alievates the aftertaste. I do think you need to substitute the water for some sort of milk for creaminess. Here’s my version that turned out scrumptious, it’s 190 calories per cup and it yeilds a cup. I could eat it by itself, but it’s super good with PB2 and/or on Halo Top! 1 cup cashew milk (i grabbed a blend from tjs) 1 tbsp vanilla 1 cup cocoa powder 10 packets of truvia (stevia) (or whatever sweetener to taste, it has a lovely texture without sweetness)
    • Review photo by Rexington F.
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  3. Rexington F.
    This recipe is awesome! It is SO delicious. (I haven’t had sweets in about a month so my taste for sweet has curbed quite a lot, just to be honest.) It tastes like dark chocolate syrup. Often stevia has a horrible after taste for me, but I think the bitterness of the cocoa compliments it and alievates the aftertaste. I do think you need to substitute the water for some sort of milk for creaminess. Here’s my version that turned out scrumptious, it’s 190 calories per cup and it yeilds a cup. I could eat it by itself, but it’s super good with PB2 and/or on Halo Top! 1 cup cashew milk (i grabbed a blend from tjs) 1 tbsp vanilla 1 cup cocoa powder 10 packets of truvia (stevia) (or whatever sweetener to taste, it has a lovely texture without sweetness)
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  4. emil2439
    Made this recipe again today and used 1 cup of xylitol instead of stevia. It has been a while since I last made it, but we liked it then. The reviewer who thought this tasted awful either used too much or too little stevia when making the recipe. Today I started with 1\2 cup of xylitol, but added a second 1\2 cup when tasting it after mixing.
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  5. Miriam H.
    Really, really awful. The whole lot went down the sink. Arg
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