Vanilla and Chocolate Stevia Giveaway

SweetLeaf wants to share two bottles of their SweetDrops with one lucky reader.

SweetLeaf® Liquid Stevia Sweet Drops™, made with stevia leaf extract and natural flavors, can be added to foods or beverages – from yogurt to oatmeal, water to coffee, sauces to smoothies – for sweet, sugar-free flavor. The drops are available in 17 flavors and come in a convenient dropper bottle. A little Sweet Drops flavor goes a long way, making every bottle an impressive, and tasty, value.

Sweet Drops are available in the following flavors plus SteviaClear® for the sweet taste of sugar without the calories:

Coconut • Watermelon • Cola • Lemon Drop • Valencia Orange • Berry
Chocolate Raspberry • English Toffee • Vanilla Crème • Hazelnut • Peppermint • Root Beer
Grape • Apricot Nectar • Chocolate • Cinnamon


The winner will receive one bottle of each of the following:

Sweet Leaf Vanilla Creme Flavored Liquid Stevia, 2-Ounce Bottle

And SweetLeaf Dark Chocolate Liquid Stevia, 2-ounce bottle

Some of my favorite ways to use liquid stevia drops are in the following recipes, replacing some or all of the sugar or other sweeteners with stevia, being mindful to watch for texture changes with doughs and batters if removing a larger amount of sugar, honey, or agave:

Blueberry Banana Recovery Smoothie (vegan, GF) – Full of antioxidants and potassium, perfect after workouts or anytime, and smoothies taste better served in wine glasses

Coconut & Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites (vegan, no-bake, gluten-free) – The coconut added puts a fun twist on chocolate chip cookie dough balls

Cinnamon Raisin Bread Smoothie (vegan, GF) – Like drinking a glass of cinnamon raisin toast, but no actual bread is used


Bananas Foster Shooters (vegan, GF) – Can be made with or without alcohol, and it’s the slurpable version of one of my favorite desserts, bananas foster


Eggnog Chai Smoothie – A great way to use your eggnog this time of year. Creamy, sweet, and easy


Peanut Butter and Jelly Chocolate Protein Fudge  – Vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, no refined sugar is added. Get your peanut butter and jelly, protein, and chocolate fix, all in one with this chewy and rich fudge


No-Bake Oatmeal Raisin Carrot Cake Bites (vegan, GF) – A no-bake, easy, and healthier version of carrot cake, complete with plump juicy raisins, shredded carrots, and tons of texture


Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites (no-bake, vegan, GF) – Peanut butter cookie dough, with oats for added texture, drizzled with chocolate. Satisfying, easy, with plenty of peanut butter intensity


Chocolate Coconut Cashew Butter (homemade, vegan, GF) – Reminiscent of Nutella, but made with cashews instead of hazelnuts, and coconut is added for a rich and luxurious chocolate dip, spread, or use as frosting

Peanut Butter (homemade, vegan, GF) – Slightly sweetened vanilla- or chocolate-flavored peanut butter is incredible and a bit of stevia goes a long way in making peanut butter taste like dessert. Make your own at home, in minutes


 Using Rafflecopter, enter to win a bottle of vanilla and chocolate stevia, making sure to leave a blog comment in response to the first question.

Then follow the prompts for additional entries.

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Also don’t forget to enter the Two Vegan Cookbooks Giveaway


  1. I would LOVE to use it in coffee

  2. Would be great to try a more natural sweetener then my usual kind,
    I’ve never tried the stevia flavored liquid before,
    would love to try it in my morning coffee and oatmeal

  3. I would use these in everything, I´d sure love to try flavored versions.

  4. I would use it in my greek yogurt!

  5. Oh I would love to try this in baking – cookies and cakes for sure ;)

  6. I would use it in my Greek yogurt for breakfast. Sounds so good and love that it has flavor but no calories! Also, make a lot of fudge and cookies, so it would be delicious added to those!!

  7. I would love to try stevia drops.

  8. I’ve never tried the drops before. But I would use it in my morning coffee and when making carmel corn. YUM!!

  9. I’d add it to my breakfast – oats, pb2, banana, milk. And stevia!

  10. Love stevia

  11. Stevia is good :)

  12. I’ve never tried Stevia, but I want to cut down on the amount of sugar my kids eat and use Stevia in baked goods.

  13. I buy nonfat plain Greek yogurt and use liquid stevia to flavor/sweeten it!

  14. I have grown stevia for years. It is great to throw into the vitamix with whatever fruits and vegetables that I am going to mix up for breakfast along with chia and flax. Now that stevia is available in liquid form, I can put lemon flavored stevia in my tea. My mind is so full of ideas of ways to use the flavored stevia.

  15. I would love to use Stevia in chocolate chip cookies!

  16. Ooops. That was for the other give-a-way. But…I’d love to use either the chocolate or the vanilla stevia in that recipe. I used regular with the help of maple syrup; I’d love to try flavored stevia, though!

  17. I have never tried stevia. Sounds great.

  18. I love stevia in raw desserts and smoothies.

  19. Mmm the chocolate sounds especially amazing! I would use this to add a flavor boost to my nut butters- yum!

  20. I use stevia all the time to sweeten my coffee. I love it.

  21. I grow stevia in my backyard, Vanilla would be my flavor. I ‘d add it to some whipped cream cheese and spread it on a “French Toast Bagel.” YUM

  22. I’ve never tried it before, but I’d want to use it with baking

  23. I wouls use stevia in my chia seed pudding!

  24. I must have that cinnamon raisin brand smoothie. Wowza!

  25. i follow via email
    i would use stevia in my smoothies and almond maple butter.thanks

  26. I use stevia every morning in my coffee as well as a substitute most places that use sugar.

  27. I’d use them in cakes and cookies

  28. I would use them in coffee and teas :)

  29. I would love to use stevia drops in my smoothies and baking!

  30. Very good post, informative and thorough.

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