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.
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.
According to the FDA:
The bars arrive frozen. You can keep them in the freezer; alternately, they have a one-month refrigerated shelf life.
(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: firstname.lastname@example.org, 1.708.488.0800.)
*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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