Sugar free granola

Sugar free granola

sugar free granola recipe
The most unbelievable sugar free granola recipe

Welcome back to Sandtondiet and to this absolutely divine sugar free granola recipe.

I have to tell you that one of my favourite breakfasts is granola. The problem however is that most granola recipes are jam packed full of sugar and oil. Hence my quest to make a sugar free granola recipe that is also low fat.

I have used a combination of sugar free options to make this granola taste spectacular. The oats is roasted in a combination of a caramel flavoured xylitiol blend as well as some stevia. When you are cooking with any kind of sugar alternative it is important to make sure that they are suitable for baking. If you just use the sweeteners that come in pre-portioned sachets they go horribly bitter when you use them in baking. So my top baking tip is to find products that are suitable for baking.

For this recipe I just used oats for my granola. I did this because it is a wonderful base to start off with. You can however add any other bits and pieces to this granola that you want. For example and nuts, seeds or dried fruit would be wonderful additions to this sugar free granola recipe.

If you would like a few more breakfast ideas then look no further. This or this are equally delightful breakfast alternatives.

Half Baked Harvest is also an amazing recipe source. The recipes from Tieghan on this blog are incredibly creative and super delicious too. This recipe for Turkish baked eggs looks scrumptious – Or how about this as an alternative to your regular breakfast.


The most phenomenal sugar free granola


3 c oats
1 Tbsp canola oil
2 sachets caramel suki (this is a flavoured xylitol blend – feel free to use whichever product that is similar to this and adjust the amount)
2 Tbsp stevia erythritol blend
1 tsp cinnamon




  1. Combine all the ingredients together and mix them well
  2. Lay the oats on a baking tray and bake at 180C for 10 minutes
  3. remove the granola from the oven and allow to cool before placing in an airtight container for storage
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