Looking for liquid stevia in its purest form? Try making your own!
How to Make Liquid Stevia
Rotating and/or combining these sweeteners helps give us some variety without too much emphasis on one sweetener.
If you still want to make liquid stevia, but can’t grow your own, consider a green stevia powder like Suede Hills Stevia Powder.
The strained powder can be dried in the sun or dehydrator and used as powdered stevia.
Neither looks or tastes like the processed versions, but I’ve noticed that I can use the liquid and powder in recipes successfully. They definitely add sweetness to homemade yogurt snacks, snacks, and desserts. I keep all the other sweeteners on hand but love having this all natural sweetener – especially with yogurt, chia seeds, and blueberries!
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