Sugar substitute conversions
Most stevia products and sugar substitutes have an “equivalent teaspoon” amount on the label. The stevia used for this recipe is 2-3 drops = approximately 1 teaspoon sugar.
Mixture seems too dry? After blending the mixture, it should be fairly thick but light and sticky. If it does seem dry, which may occur with different flours, add a little additional liquid.
Cake seems slightly burned on the top or bottom? Your oven temp is a little too high, or it may have been left in your oven too long. Try adjusting the temperature or cooking time.
Not sweet enough? Add a little more stevia and a teaspoon of vanilla extract to help bring out more sweetness. Be careful on the sweetener though, adding too much can sometimes make a loaf bitter.
Tastes slightly bitter? Depending on the sweetener you use, if you add too much it can taste a little bitter to some people. Try using a different sweetener or adding less next time.