First off, thank you to all the brave soldiers who gave their lives fighting for our country. I hope you are all have a great Memorial Day, too. If you are barbecuing for Memorial Day, are you using this sugar-free BBQ sauce?

Secondly-Recipes!

The Sugar-Free Challenge is only two days away! Click HERE to sign up if you have not already done so. Are you stuck on ideas for what to eat during the challenge? All of my recipes in the Recipe tab above are sugar-free. Also, just try sticking to these main food groups: fruits, vegetables, nuts, beans, whole grains, and meat (unless you are a vegetarian).

I am not the only one who posts sugar-free recipes, though. There are so many great bloggers out there who have great sugar-free, recipes, too! Here are some you will want to try:

Whole Wheat or Bust’s Sweet Potato-Quinoa-Pecan Tamales.

Happy Healthy Mama’s Mango and Avocado Coleslaw

Chocolate Covered Katie’s Raw Chocolate Mint (Spinach) Ice Cream

She also has a whole section of her blog dedicated to sugar-free recipes. Check it out HERE.

Little Miss Healthify’s Oat Flour Muffins

Choosing Raw’s Wall of Green Soup

Heather Eats Almond Butter’s Unsweetened Chocolate Oaties

Healthful Pursuit’s Comforting Baked Mac n’ Cheese with Bacon (Dairy & Gluten-Free)

Kat’s Health Corner’s Single Lady Banana Cream Pie

Snacking Squirrel’s Pumpkin Millet Crackers 

Pure2Raw’s Raw Carob Crepes

Thought-provoking, mind-prodding question of the day:

Do you know any other great sugar-free recipes? Please include a link to your favorites in the comment section below!

 

25 Responses to Sugar-Free Recipe Ideas

  1. Thanks for sharing some new SF recipes, Alex! I’ve been trying to cut back on sugar lately and it’s been working wonders for my energy levels and skin. Thanks for introducing me to the wonderfulness that being low-sugar! :-D

  2. Awwww Alex, you are SO sweet to include me!
    But then again, you are just so sweet anyway!
    P.S. I saw a car with a tennis sticker yesterday, and a Florida license plate. I wished it was you :).

  3. Awe Alex, you are sweeter than sugar!!! :)

  4. Oh my goodness. So many fabulous links, and I’m cracking up at myself pairing my sugar free chocolate oaties with ice-cream. Haha, so me! :)

    Thanks for the shout-out Alex, and I’m now off to check out those pumpkin millet crackers. Sound perfect for Summer!

  5. all of these look amazing:)
    xoxo
    bB
    Please stop by and say hi
    http://www.itsybitsybrianna.wordpress.com

  6. Yum all of these look delicious! I have a ton of no sugar added recipes on my recipe page! Check ‘em out! http://healthyhelperblog.com/recipes/

  7. Those carob crepes look delicious. yuuuum

  8. Damjana says:

    I’d recommend eating pancakes! :)
    They can be sugarfree too, like German cherry pancakes here http://damjanalikesitwholesome.wordpress.com/2011/05/28/sugar-free-german-cherry-pancakes/
    One day to go!!

  9. Alex you are so so sweet for including me!! Have you made those tamales before? They are suppaaa good! Nice choice ;)
    You posted recipes to like all my favorite blogs (including yours, of course)!! I love it!

  10. teabagginit says:

    great recipes! i usually don’t add sweeteners to recipes i make for myself (artificial or otherwise) i find that it decreases my cravings and makes me focus on the food for function aspect of eating. however, i’m the type of person that will binge if i deny myself anything for too long, so i’ll eat a protein / energy bar daily in order to assuage any chocolate/sweet craving i have.

    that’s pretty much why i’m debating the sugar free challenge. i don’t want to set myself up for a total gorge fest after the 10 days are over.
    i might do my own challenge, though. completely cut out added artificial sweeteners (diet sodas, crystal light mixers, gum) except for my protein powder & daily protein bar/treat. this will still be a big step for me, because i use a lot of crystal light and drink a lot of diet soda. i think it will be good, though, to cut them out and really focus on drinking plain water!

  11. Kayla says:

    Thanks for including the oat flour muffins, Alex!! I had totally forgotten about Katie’s icecream, and now I’m going to make it, so thanks for posting that one, too! :)

    I can’t wait for SF week!

  12. Serena says:

    I think I’m going to join your challenge because the food looks amazing! Cutting back on sugar always makes me feel better and look better.

  13. Heather says:

    Fantastic recipe ideas! I love leaning about new places to find sugar free meal/snacks!

  14. Val says:

    So glad you posted this! I have no great sugar free recipe ideas that I can’t wait to try out!!!

  15. I’m a little nervous about the challenge! But I think it’s going to be really good for me!

  16. missymiller says:

    Any recipe I post on my blog is sugar-free and flour free. I only wished it looked as yummy as these links!
    I still have to get your BBQ sauce on but I have it bookmarked for sure.

  17. lindsay says:

    Love this post! And love all of these fabulous bloggers too!! Where are you in FL btw?? :)

  18. alex these recipes are all awesome!

    i read most of their blogs and have seen them all already but love the reminders!

    many of my dessert balls and bites are sugar free (sweetened with dates) or how bout these
    nut butter filled caramel bites (nobake/raw, vegan, GF)
    http://www.loveveggiesandyoga.com/2010/02/raw-vegan-caramels-and-nut-butter.html

  19. allieksmith says:

    Love all the recipes! I always feel like it is tough to cut back the sugar in my diet (I really like ice cream..!) but these recipes look great!

  20. Kelsey says:

    i must have missed this post! thank you so much for linking my crackers. you are always so supportive of my blog and i am so grateful for that <3 <3

    xoxo

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