The problem is that I love to bake, and I love sweets. The doctor told me that a little indiscretion every now and then is ok (and my father is diabetic, so I've learned from him the principles of eating something high-fibre right before I eat something sugary, which is supposed to lower the impact). But a little indiscretion every now and then is like one or two times a month, and I don't want to give up the joys of regular baking.
Do you have any recipes that involve stevia, or have no added sugar? I think home-made (no sugar added) applesauce would be ok too, as long as I used high-fibre flours. Some fruits in general would probably be ok for sweeteners, as long as I used high-fibre flours. Although one of the fruits I'm supposed to be careful with is bananas (and I won't eat them green!).
I am particularly interested in recipes that include stevia, or tips on how I can modify old recipes to include stevia rather than sugars. I'd like to buy some stevia cookbooks, but I can't afford to do that right now.
Just so you know, I refuse to use Splenda or other sweeteners like that.