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November 11, 2021

While traditional maple syrup is not recommended for any stage of Atkins because it is technically almost pure sugar, these recipes use sugar-free maple-flavored syrup, which is a low carb sweetener that has great maple flavor and works well with any low carb recipe. You can indulge in these low carb maple recipes knowing they work perfectly with your low carb lifestyle.

Low Carb Maple Recipes

Maple Ginger Chaffle

Start the day (or brunch) off right with a maple ginger chaffle. Drizzle with more sugar-free maple syrup.

Coconut Vanilla Energy Bites

These tasty bites get their crunch from Atkins’ Vanilla Caramel Pretzel Bar and will keep you fueled up when you’re on the go during the holiday season.

Toasted Pecan Cake with Maple Frosting

The maple flavored frosting coats this cake, while toasted pecans add crunch.

Low Carb Pecan Pie Bars

Just like pecan pie, but in the form of a bar. Bring them to any holiday potluck or enjoy as a seasonal treat at home.

Low Carb Pumpkin Oatmeal Bars

You can freeze these hearty low carb pumpkin oatmeal bars for up to three months. Just defrost to enjoy a taste of maple-pumpkin goodness.

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