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Delicious Sugar-Free Brownies & Bars From Silverland Bakery

You probably don’t have to go too far to find a good brownie. But if you need a sugar-free brownie, you may be stymied. That’s why our Top Pick Of The Week is the selection of sugar-free brownies and bars from Silverland Bakery.

Silverland Bakery was established 40 years ago in Chicago. Founder Athena Uslander was a structural engineer who needed a change.

She had been baking brownies for years and decided to open a bakery, creating a menu of old-fashioned bars, raw bars, cookies, crispy rice treats, and customized products.

She sold her delicious wares to wholesale customers as well as to consumers.

All these years later, her small-batch recipes continue to be hand-made with locally sourced, high-quality, all-natural ingredients and are preservative-free. “Crafted by heart and hand,” she says.

Silverland also makes conventual brownies and cookies, plus a Keto bars, gluten-free bars and vegan bars and cookies.

We encourage you to check out the full offering on the website as we focus her on the sugar-free line.

For friends and family who don’t eat sugar, you can keep them in the freezer to pop out for their visits. And we promise you that a gift of these sugar-free delights will be most appreciated.

This line is great for those with dietary restrictions who cannot consume sugar. Gifts, party favors. All are sweetened with maltitol except for the Keto brownie, which is made with erythritol*. All are made with butter.

  • No Sugar Added Cocoa Cow Brownie, a marbled cheesecake brownie.
  • No Sugar Added Raspberry Crumble Bar isn’t yet on the website, but it was our favorite! Call or write to order.
  • Sugar-Free Chocolate Brownie With Nuts, topped with walnuts.
  • Sugar-Free Blondie, a chewy oatmeal batter with brown sugar, complemented with walnuts and chocolate morsels.
  • Sugar-Free Double Chocolate Brownie, chocolatey and moist, with mini chocolate morsels on top.
  • Sugar-Free Lemon Bar, tart and tangy lemon curd on a shortbread crust.
    There are also no-sugar-added and sugar-free cookies that we hope to try next:

  • Sugar-Free Chocolate Chip Cookie.
  • Sugar-Free Double Chocolate Cookie.
  • No Sugar Added Oatmeal Raisin Cookie.
    Sugar-Free Versus No Sugar Added

    According to the FDA:

  • Sugar-Free means that one serving† contains less than 0.5 grams of sugars, both natural (e.g., the natural sugar in raisins) and added. You may also see it labeled as free of sugar, sugarless, no sugar, zero sugar, or a trivial source of sugar.
  • No Added Sugar means that no sugar or any ingredient containing sugar was added during processing or packaging. You may also see it labeled as without added sugar or no sugar added.
    Here’s another term for your reference:

  • Reduced Sugar has at least 25% less sugar than the regular version of the product. You may also see it labeled as less sugar, low in sugar, or lower sugar.

    The bars arrive frozen. You can keep them in the freezer; alternately, they have a one-month refrigerated shelf life.

    Head to to make your selection.

    (Note that as a small family business, Silverland Bakery doesn’t always have time to update its website. Call or write if you don’t see what you want:, 1.708.488.0800.)


    Chocolate and Pecan Brownies
    [1] A trio of delightful bars (all photos © Silverland Bakery).

    Three Brownies, Stacked
    [2] Premium, sugar-free dark chocolate gives the brownies great flavor.

    Sugar-Free Raspberry Crumble Bar
    [3] We’re in love with these no-sugar-added raspberry crumble bars.

    Brownies With Walnuts
    [4] If you prefer your brownies with walnuts.

    Silverland Brownie Gift Box
    [5] Treat someone to a gift box.


    *Erythritol is a sugar alcohol, a group of noncaloric sweeteners that includes isomalt, maltitol, sorbitol, and xylitol. It has a glycemic index of zero and doesn’t raise blood sugar or insulin significantly. It works well in both cooking and baking. Here’s more about sugar alcohols and Keto diets.

    †“One serving” refers to the labeled serving size and/or the reference amount customarily consumed.




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