Dark Chocolate Hack To Reduce Sugar & Insulin Spikes

by EzekielDiet.com
Posted on Sep 06, 2019

I like 70% Dark Chocolate but I don’t like the 10 to 15 grams of sugar per serving. Dark chocolate above 70%, like 85% or 92% can be bitter and not as tasty. To me anyway.

I recently bought 92% dark chocolate because it only has 2 grams of sugar per serving, but it tastes terrible.  I took a little bit of Pyure Confectioners Stevia Blend (no blood sugar spike sweetener) in a small plastic Tupperware container to dip the chocolate in.  I breath on one side of a small piece of 92% chocolate and drop it in the tub of Stevia.  The confectioners blend leaves a dusting on one side of the chocolate which makes it much more palatable.  You still have the sharp aftertaste of 92% dark chocolate but it’s much closer to 70% experience without the sugar insulin spike.

By the way, this Confectioners blend works much better for the Skinny Cheesecake recipe because the standard Pyure Stevia blend is too granular and gritty after baking.


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