Weight Watchers: Old Points = 2; Points+ = 3; Smart Points = 4
This was calculated for the recipe as written, using butter and white whole wheat flour. If any substitutions are made, the Nutrition Information may change.
Other Sweetener Options
Coconut sugar, brown sugar, or granulated sugar may be used to replace the Stevia In The Raw. You’ll need ½ cup (96g), and you’ll also need to reduce the milk to ½ cup (maybe a touch more) because these sugars dissolve in liquids SO much differently compared to Stevia In The Raw. The batter should be on the thicker side.
Pure maple syrup, honey, or agave may also be used in place of the Stevia In The Raw. You’ll need ½ cup (96g), and you’ll also need to reduce the milk to ¼ cup (60mL), or maybe a touch more, to compensate for the added liquid volume. Just as I mentioned above, the batter should be on the thicker side.
Finally, 1 ¼ teaspoons of this liquid stevia may also be substituted in place of the Stevia In The Raw. The amount of milk remains the same with this substitution since Stevia In The Raw dissolves so differently than regular sugars (aka it dissolves down into next to nothing and only adds a really tiny amount of volume to the batter!).
The baking times should all remain about the same for any of these substitutions.