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Zucchini Relish Pickles Made With @NuNaturals NuStevia Reb99 Pure Stevia Extract ~ No Sugar

I know a lot of you don't like the after taste that you get with some sweetners.   I myself don't mind the after taste, but then I am just happy to have a sweetner that I can use with no health problems.

Now!  NuNaturals has come out with NuStevia Reb99.  It has NO AFTER TASTE!!  NONE!!

NuStevia Reb99™ is a pure extract of the Stevia plant. 99.8% of Rebaudioside-A(Reb-A) is extracted. Reb99™ is a very high grade Stevia extract. NuStevia Reb99 has a very clean taste profile with no unpleasant aftertaste as other Reb-A extracts can have. This is a powder extract. This form is excellent for mixing up large batches of beverages or for recipes. It is our most economical form of Stevia to use.

This product is packaged in a 1 oz plastic bag. There are 810 servings. A serving size is 1/64 of a teaspoon which tastes as sweet as 1 teaspoon of sugar. 3/4 teaspoon equals 1 cups of sugar in terms of sweetness.

NuNaturals Pure NuStevia Extract contains absolutely no calories or carbohydrates. NuStevia Reb99 should have no effect on blood sugar levels for most individuals.


I had so much zucchini this year that I had to find a way to help use them up.  No way was I letting them go to waste.

I was at my sisters a few weeks ago.  She had made this Zucchini Pickle Relish and gave me some to try.     I couldn't wait to get home and make my own.  So Good!!



You can make either zucchini relish or, if you cut the zucchini larger, you can eat them like pickles.

Zucchini Pickle Relish
4 Cups Chopped Zucchini ( I cut mine into 1" pieces)
1 1/2 Cups Coarsly Chopped Onion
1 1/2 Cups Peppers ( I used both Hot and Sweet Peppers)
1 1/2 Tablespoon Pickling Salt
1 teaspoon NuStevia Reb99 Or NuStevia No Carbs Blend
1/3/4 Cup Vinegar
2 teaspoons pickling spice

. In a container, mix zucchini, onions and peppers.  Cover with cold water and let stand 2 hours.
. Drain then rinse the vegetables
. Put the  Salt, pickling spice, stevia  and vinegar into a pot and bring to a boil.  Add the drained    vegetables and boil for 10 minutes.
. You can now can this, or put into the fridg and eat after a few days.

My Zucchini Pickles don't last long.  They taste so good that I eat them daily.   They taste like sweet pickles to me.

Next, I am going to try this with hot peppers and cauliflower.

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35 comments:

  1. That sounds great! I love zucchini. We had a lot of it to.

    I've made zucchini pancakes: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/moms-zucchini-pancakes/ I used gluten free all purpose flour from Costco.

    I also make a hodge podge of veggies: tomato, zucchini, garlic, and squash cooked in olive oil.

    I made zucchini brownies to take to potlucks.

    I'll have to try your recipe!

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  2. Ok, those sound pretty awesome. I Have never had anything like this before, but I definitley want to give it a try!

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  3. That is a mixture I've not had or seen before.

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  4. Zucchini relish sounds amazing. I am a big fan of zucchini, so I'll eat it pretty much anyway. But I'll need to try this recipe

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  5. This sounds soooo good! I have been chowing down on sweet lil gerkin pickles lately. I do love zucchini and know I would love this pickle relish!

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  6. This sounds good. I have some zucchini in the garden too. Did you use those gigantic ones you had? I have one almost as big. Have you had a freeze yet or is your garden still going? I picked most of the tomatoes but cover the ones still there at night. It's been close but we haven't had a freeze yet.... but I feel it's just around the corner.

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  7. I tried a zucchini relish a while back that my parents had got from someone and it was delicious. It's something you don't think would be that good until you actually try it.

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  8. I have some zucchini in my refridgerator and was just thinking this morning that I need to use it up! I need to hit the store but I might just try this out today!

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  9. I will have to add pickling spice to my shopping list so I can make this. I love finding ways to get veggies into my boys. Luckily I have all the other ingredients.

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  10. You had me at zucchini! I'm always looking for new ways to fix it. My sister would be all over this too. I'm anxious to see how it goes with the cauliflower!

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  11. This looks so yummy! I would love to be eating this right now!

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  12. This sounds so yummy. Never thought to use zucchini to make relish.

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  13. I've always wanted to try my hand at pickling vegetables, but I've never done it out of fear of making something awful. This recipe sounds easy and delicious, as does that sweetener. I'm looking forward to trying it in the recipe and in my tea! Thank you for sharing.

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  14. Wow, that sounds delicious! Definitely going to try it - I think my husband would love it!

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  15. I've never thought about making a zucchini relish with pickles, this sounds very interesting to try!

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  16. This is a great idea for zucchini! Very creative!

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  17. I shy away from zucchini because I have no clue what to so with it. Thanks for pointing me in the right first step

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  18. My husband has been getting a lot of zucchini from a guy on his mail route. We're learning to become very inventive too!! :) Your recipe sounds delish!

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  19. This looks like a fantastic recipe. I love zucchini - and you were lucky to end up with so much!

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  20. I like the Nu Naturals products. I have all of them from a giveaway I won!

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  21. That is an interesting combination! It has me wondering if it would be good on hotdogs. Odd I know! LOL!

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  22. That sounds so good! I usually just bake zucchini bread or have breaded zucchini out of mine. Definitely trying this recipe!

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  23. I love the Nu Naturals line! I have the entire set from a giveawya!

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  24. That sounds so good! I absolutely love anything with zucchini :)

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  25. Yumz...would love a taste of that. Usually we use sugar here but it's so unhealthy. now with Nustevia, I have no qualms making this

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  26. You know, I've never had pickled anything. Isn't that nuts? I'd love to try this; it sounds really good!

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  27. Interesting recipe. I made pickles many years ago and they were awful!

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  28. I've never had picked zucchini before, it sounds really yummy. I will have to check out NuStevia, especially since it has no after-taste.

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  29. Sounds good! I would love to try those.

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  30. My dad would go crazy for this! It almost looks like a Polish recipe, and being a Pole himself, he loves the taste of relish. Will make him a batch - see how he enjoys it. :)

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  31. I have always wanted to make pickles. This looks like a great recipe to try,

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  32. Stevia is the only thing that doesn't trigger my migraines. The rawest purest I can find it, the better.

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  33. Have never tried zucchini pickles, but I'll bet they are good. I love stevia-- I use it or sugar, sometimes a combination, and stay far away from other artificial sweeteners altogether.

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  34. Now that looks pretty good. Would like to try! Amber N

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  35. I've never been a big pickle fan but my husband loves them. I'm sure he would like them this way too.

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