Chickpea cookies & Raspberry Ice-cream Recipes with Whole Earth Sweetener

This post has been sponsored by Whole Earth Sweetener.

Whole Earth Sweetener Recipes

If you follow me on instagram you might have seen this 2 recipes I posted in collaboration with whole earth sweetener.

So I wanted to talk you through them and let you exactly what this sweetener is about.

We usually get scared when we hear about sweeteners, I think they have had a very bad reputation because of a bad few brands in the market that has the wrong ingredients in them.

But the truth is there is nothing wrong with a sweetener that is responsible made.

The main ingredient in whole earth sweetener is Erythol which is a sugar alcohol. But First, let me explain you about all the different sugar alcohols there is and what they are about.

First of all here are a few popular sugar alcohols you can find in foods and sweeteners: xylitol, maltitol, erythol, glycerol, etc.

Sugar alcohols come from plant products such as fruits and berries. The carbohydrate in these plant products is altered through a chemical process. These sugar substitutes provide somewhat fewer calories than table sugar (sucrose), mainly because they are not well absorbed and may even have a small laxative effect.

Also: Sugar alcohols do not contribute to tooth decay which is brilliant!

Sugar alcohols, with the exception of erythritol, may also cause bloating. And as I said above, that is the main ingredient in whole earth sweetener. And it also contains pure stevia plant extract which it makes it even better.

So if you are looking to add some sweetness into your life without all the added calories. This is a good one to try.

Here are 2 recipes I created using it and they are both delicious. Hope you enjoy them.

Chickpea Cookies:


1 can of drained chickpeas

3-4 tbsp oats

125g almond butter

3-4 tbsp almond milk

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

1 tsp baking powder

3 tablespoons of Whole Earth Sweetener


Preheat oven at 180 degrees w

Blend all ingredients together in your food processor.

Wet your hands with cold water to form cookies and place them on a baki g try with grease proof paper

Decorate with an almond

Bake for 20 minutes


Raspberry Ice-cream


150g of frozen berries

250ml coconut cream

2-3 tablespoons whole Earth Sweetener

This is as simple as blend, freeze, serve and enjoy!

All with no guilt!


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