Can I make a chocolate-chip cookie without sugar; I have a sugar intolerance.

Denise Stublen Shindle


bigpan May 28, 2013
Stevia is your best bet, being a plant. However in powder form it is brown and might discolour the cookie - but being c. chip it should be fine. Follow the instructions as Stevia is very sweet compared to sugar.
ATG117 May 28, 2013
I don't like using artificial sweeteners, so if it were me, I would try to find a recipe that uses natural substitutes like dates, applesauce, or bananas--assuming you can have natural sugars. I'm not familiar at all with sugar intolerance, though.
Mr_Vittles May 28, 2013
Anything sweet can replace sugar in cookies. Honey, Golden Syrup, Maple Syrup, Agave Syrup, Splenda, Stevia, Corn Syrup, Brown Rice Syrup, Sorghum, really anything! Keep in mind stronger flavored substitutions will add flavor to the party. And that's not always a bad thing. ^-^
mrslarkin May 28, 2013
Agreed. But if one has a sugar intolerance, the only options are artificial sweeteners and Stevia, as all the other sweeteners are sugars.
mrslarkin May 28, 2013
Yes, Splenda works great as a sugar substitute in baking.
Eric December 11, 2017
Splenda has sugar in it read the ingredients, idot!
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