Spicy BBQ SauceBy MarcoThis is an amazing sugar free low glycemic sauce  that you can use on chicken, beef or pork. You will love it.  This sauce can be served at the table, southern style or used to marinate your favorite vegetable or meat first.
Keto Teriyaki SauceBy MarcoWhen it really comes down to it, it is the sauces and condiments that ratchet up  the sugars, carbs and calories. Most sauces and condiments are loaded  with sugars. Teriyaki sauce has up to 12 grams of sugar per serving...  nearly as much as ice cream! This sauce is very versatile. You can use  it with chicken, beef, pork but, it is especially good on salmon. Enjoy  in good health.
Balsamic Vinaigrette DressingBy MarcoUse this dressing on top of your favorite salad or use this for your favorite meats as a marinade!  Truly, this low-carb dressing is universal for so many snacks and meals.
Coconut Cranberry Breakfast BarsBy MarcoCoconut Cranberry Breakfast Bars with no added sugar, all natural, and low glycemic. These are the perfect breakfast food! Enjoy with your favorite milk of choice!
Refreshing Ginger LemonadeBy MarcoRefreshing as it is cooling! This stevia sweetened lemonade is beyond delicious. Feel free to mix this recipe up a little fresh ginger gives this traditional lemonade a new and fantastic flavor.
Coconut Chia PuddingBy MarcoWe ordered to Chia seeds from our friends at Nutiva. When we got them… I was like, what do we do know. Chia seeds look a little like poppy seeds but when you put them in water they swell and become gelatinous sort of like flax but not has slimy. The people of the ancient Aztec and Incan empires revered chia seeds as vital nourishment and frankly so do we at Steviva Brands. These mighty non-gluten seeds, are packed with Omega-3, protein, rare antioxidants, fiber and are considered a super-food. The longer you soak the chia seeds, the softer they become. I found them perfectly edible after about 20 minutes of soaking, but they do have a tiny bit of a “crunch” to them. Leaving them overnight in the refrigerator will render a soft and delicious pudding that is almost thick enough to stand a spoon up in. If you've never been a big fan of tapioca pudding, this probably isn't for you. But if you are, this makes a really awesome low glycemic dessert or breakfast meal. Feel free to get creative with different spices and fruits!
Cocoa Covered AlmondsBy MarcoAlmonds in moderation can promote lower cholesterol levels, prevents heart disease and can help with weight loss. High Protein and heart-friendly almonds are a great source of vitamin E, with 25g providing 70 percent of the recommended daily allowance. They also have good amounts of magnesium, potassium, zinc, iron, fiber and are a good source of healthy monounsaturated fat. This couple with the flavonoids and antioxidants cocoa has make this tasty little snack an awesome nutritional powerhouse.
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