Enjoy the Flavors of Fall: 5 Sweet and Healthy Recipes to Celebrate the Season

Enjoy the Flavors of Fall: 5 Sweet and Healthy Recipes to Celebrate the Season

Fall is in the air! As we begin to transition from summer to winter, we eagerly welcome crisp autumn temperatures, falling leaves and pumpkins on porches. But perhaps most of all, our tastebuds can’t wait to be delighted with the flavors of fall.

Besides the obvious pumpkin spice, apple, cinnamon, maple, salted caramel, ginger and nutmeg are all on our autumn menu and deliciously represent the season and upcoming fall holidays.

And when you use stevia instead of sugar when you bake, you won’t have to worry about added sugar or extra calories and carbs. You’ll be able to enjoy all your fall favorites guilt-free!

Bookmark this page to keep these healthier, yet just as delicious, versions of traditional fall desserts perfect for gatherings or an after-dinner treat.

Sugar-Free Apple Butter

With only 32 calories per serving, Sugar-Free Apple Butter is a fall staple you can feel good about. The flavors of apples and cinnamon are combined in one tasty spread that conjures up feelings of autumn. It’s versatile enough to top toast or crumble cakes, short bread and apple butter cakes.

Recipe: Sugar-free Apple Butter – Stevita Naturals

Sugar-Free Baked Apples

When autumn breezes come a-knocking, it’s time to get baking. These easy Sugar-Free Baked Apples make the best use of fall’s best produce. Baked Apples are a simple way to show off the natural seasonal sweetness of apples. It’s also easy to make the recipe your own by adding chopped walnuts or pecans for a tasty crunch.

Recipe: Easy Sugar-free Baked Apples – Stevita Naturals

Pumpkin Pie Dip ‘n Spread

Looking for a dip that represents fall and is also simply irresistible? This Pumpkin Pie Dip ‘n Spread fits the bill. Pair this sweet spread with gingersnaps, pears or apples or try it on toast, zucchini bread or English muffins. Use pure, canned pumpkin free from spices and sweeteners to keep this spread healthy and tasting great.

Recipe: Pumpkin Pie Dip ‘n Spread – Stevita Naturals

Soft and Sweet Pumpkin Spice Cookies

September 1 comes, and pumpkin spice season is in full swing. With only 95 calories and 12g of carbs per serving, you can indulge on our Soft and Sweet Pumpkin Spice Cookies. These moist and chewy cookies go best with some mulled cider or almond milk.

Recipe: Soft and Sweet Pumpkin Spice Cookies – Stevita Naturals

Easy as Pumpkin Pie

Fall wouldn’t be complete without Pumpkin Pie! A low-sugar diet doesn’t mean you have to miss out on this traditional favorite. The only thing missing from this healthier version is calories, carbs and sugar! Skip the pumpkin pie filling, which is made with sweeteners and spices, and use pure canned pumpkin for this recipe for the healthiest, tastiest pie.

Recipe: Easy As Pumpkin Pie – Stevita Naturals

Grab your apron and some Stevita stevia and start baking up all the delicious flavors of fall the healthy way. Find even more recipes on our Pinterest page.




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