5 Sugar Free Desserts to Energise Before Sport

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When it comes to preparing for sport, fuelling your body with the right energy sources is crucial for peak performance.

Sugar-laden sweets can provide a quick energy boost, but the subsequent crash can leave you feeling tired. Fortunately, there are plenty of delicious sugar-free food options that can provide sustained energy and help you power through your sporting activities.

In this blog post, we’ll introduce five mouth-watering sugar-free recipes to help you get ready and energised before you hit the field or the gym.

This delicious blueberry recipe with energising properties is a great option for those who plan to go to the gym after a lighter breakfast. This recipe, created with Splenda Granulated Sweetener, is supported by blueberries with plenty of antioxidants, which will be your biggest helper to increase your energy with the natural sugar in it.

This lower-calorie recipe, prepared with strawberries, which will provide the energy you need during sport with its high fibre content and rich in vitamin C, and Greek yoghurt, which will meet your energy needs thanks to its high protein content, is among the healthy options before sport.

Fast and delicious! Thanks to the egg and dark chocolate in it, make our mousse recipe that will meet both your protein and energy needs before sport, and reach the flavour you are looking for in exactly 15 minutes. Be careful, you may want to eat all 6 portions!

We have a special recipe for cookie monsters! You will not be able to get enough of our delicious and special biscotti recipe that will provide your body with the energy it needs and meet your carbohydrate needs. Don’t forget to take slice by slice portions with you, especially during long and intense workouts!

Contrary to preconceptions, there are many different recipes for vegans with energising ingredients that can be used before and during exercise. With this recipe, you can prepare a delicious and energising bowl with Splenda Granulated Sweetener, strawberries and coconut or almond milk! You can add your favourite seeds to this light smoothie bowl to make it more delicious and energising.

Know How You Feed Your Body

Consuming carbohydrate foods pre-workout helps to maximise your body’s ability to use energy to fuel short, high-intensity workouts, while fats help your body to provide fuel for longer training sessions.1

Consuming protein foods helps to improve muscle protein synthesis, and promote recovery.1

The secret is to choose foods that combine complex carbohydrates, fats, fibre and protein foods to give you the strength for success.

Splenda Sweeteners: here to make the journey more palatable and help you manage calories: With all these delicious recipes you will be full of energy! Bon appetit!

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