Premium Dark Chocolate Baking Chips by Lily’s Sweets |Stevia Sweetened, No Added Sugar, Low-Carb, Keto Friendly | 55% Cacao | Fair Trade, Vegan, Gluten-Free & Non-GMO | 9 oz, 3 Pack

June 2, 2019 - Comment

Great-tasting, healthy baking starts with great-tasting, healthy ingredients. Lily’s dark chocolate baking chips, stevia-sweetened with no added sugar, are great for everything from cookies to pancakes to snacking right out of the bag. Certified gluten-free, non-GMO project verified and vegan. Product Features Low carb, Keto Diet friendly premium dark chocolate baking chips (55% Cacao) Use

Great-tasting, healthy baking starts with great-tasting, healthy ingredients. Lily’s dark chocolate baking chips, stevia-sweetened with no added sugar, are great for everything from cookies to pancakes to snacking right out of the bag. Certified gluten-free, non-GMO project verified and vegan.

Product Features

  • Low carb, Keto Diet friendly premium dark chocolate baking chips (55% Cacao)
  • Use of Fairtrade, Gluten-Free and Non-GMO INGREDIENTS
  • 3 Net Carbs per serving
  • 3 Bags of Baking Chips, 9 ounces each

Comments

Anonymous says:

Great Taste No Sugar Dark Chocolate Chips, YUM The first package I purchased never materialized I ordered 12 packages of this product and it never showed up. Amazon was very good at crediting the purchase though. I wanted to try these though so I ordered them a second time. This time they where in fact delivered. After reading several other reviews. I was trying to cut out sugar from my diet so was interested in these. They are very good without using sugar. Have a very chocolate flavor at 55% cocoa content and taste like any other high…

Anonymous says:

Five stars!! In microwave melt one bag of Lily’s dark chocolate chips with a tbsp of coconut oil for one minute; stir. Add some chopped pecans , walnuts or coconut. Put in small muffin tins lined with papers and freeze. Remove and put a dollop of natural peanut butter on each piece — devastatingly delicious!!

Anonymous says:

Delicious, and not maltitol. I am a diabetic who got that way baking at home. These chips are sugar free and delicious and I use them in a number of low-carb dessert applications. And it uses eryithritol and stevia so none of the gastric discomfort of maltitol and/or xylitol. Plus maltitol DOES raise blood sugar, just less than sugar does. These barely budge it. And I’ve measured with my glucose meter.

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