Mix up some low-sugar lemonade with Kidsweet™ in just one minute.
To start your morning off right, add Kidsweet™ instead of sugar to your oatmeal. Other healthy ingredients in our recipe add some minerals and Omega-3s.
Add zing to your refrigerator pickles, not sugar!
A zero-carb, zero-sugar “honey”-mustard sauce made with Kidsweet™.
Need a quick breakfast on the go? Make a quick energy drink and get hours of nutrition in just a few minutes.
Here’s your keto-friendly devil’s food cake! Rich and chocolatey, not too sweet, but oh, so satisfying, and quick to make.
Instead of a can of cranberry jello, try this fresh, no-sugar-added cranberry salsa. It’s delicious any time of the year.
The flavors are perfectly in balance with a bit of rice vinegar, some mayo, and Kidsweet™ instead of sugar. This is our go-to recipe for cole slaw now.
Whether it’s sprinkled on some french toast, garnishing a cookie, topping your oatmeal, or just dusted on your coffee, use Cinnamon Kidsweet™ just like you’d use cinnamon sugar. Fill a shaker with it so it’s always handy and keep it in a cool, dry place (or with a lid).
These delicious, nutrient-dense chocolate brownies include an abundant portion of hemp seed hearts–which are high in healthy Omega-3 fatty acids,
and about 35% protein.
This shortbread-like recipe uses buckwheat flour—a legume rather than a grain–but still manages to bring home the cookie while providing about three grams each of protein and MCT’s per cookie.
This is a bold and refreshing lemonade with a good serving of natural lemon oil in each glass.
Barbecuing this weekend? Reduce the sugar in your sauce by using Kidsweet™!
Instead of a plain glass of warm milk before bed, try our pumpkin spice and Kidsweet™ version. Sweet dreams!
The problem with making and posting these recipes is that somebody has to eat the results. Oh, did I say “problem”?
Start your day off right with a nice hot bowl of Kidsweet™ oatmeal! Packed with nutrition and minimal sugar, you and your kids will love it. This recipe includes Instant Pot directions to make it even faster and easier!
We’re always reading about food science and were surprised to come across a paper that said that low-temperature deep frying doesn’t actually add a significant amount of fat to the food, as “we all know”. This had to be tested!
With sweet potatoes on sale for 39 cents a pound at Hannaford, we had plenty on hand, so we heated up the Instant Pot to 275°F (saute high) with our very best fryer oil (mostly lard and peanut oil today) and while it did take a while (about 35 minutes), these are easily the best fries we’ve ever made! Just a light sprinkle of salt and a generous helping of Kidsweet™ “Honey” Mustard Sauce, and we were in sweet-fries heaven! Give it a shot!