Sugar-free Easter treats to make at home

Mar 24, 2016

Easter treats without the sugar? Is it possible? Timbercreek Communities thinks so! For today’s post, the blog team has put together a mouthwatering list of treats you can make at Lower Sackville apartments that are not loaded with sugar.

Chocolate peanut butter Easter eggs

Chocolate peanut butter Easter eggs might sound like something typically packed with TC Sackville EasterTreatssugar, but in this easy recipe no-sugar added peanut butter, vanilla extract, coconut oil and stevia come together for a natural and delicious sweetness.

No bake coconut butter Easter bunnies

Put your adorable Easter bunny mold to good use with a better-for-you sugar-free variation. This recipe only requires four ingredients, including the stevia you used for your chocolate peanut butter eggs.

Mint meltaways with avocado

Mint is extra delightful during the spring months, as it offers a fresh and bold flavour to any homemade dessert or snack. In this recipe, avocado is the secret ingredient for a creamy, dreamy Easter treat.

Lemon lime coconut candies

If you are really craving warmer weather, lemon lime coconut candies are the zesty, springtime treat you need to complete your Easter baking. Use a mold to create the perfect candy shape, or simply pour into a bowl and cut as desired after chilling the candies in the freezer.

Prepare to start baking

Now that you have a few ideas for irresistible sweet treats you can make that are not loaded with processed sugars, it is time to pick up the ingredients you don’t already have on hand. Luckily, Lower Sackville apartments are surrounded by quality grocery stores. For example, residents at Quinella Condos (38 Quinella Court) only have to walk five minutes to get to the nearby Sobey’s (752 Sackville Drive).

Timbercreek Communities wishes you a healthy and happy Easter holiday. For more information about Lower Sackville apartments, visit our website today.

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