Sweeten Your Treats: Try our Splenda Glaze Recipe

As a baker, I’m always trying to find ways to make my recipes healthier without sacrificing flavor. That’s why I came up with this Splenda Glaze or Frosting Recipe that will surely satisfy your cravings while also being sugar-free and low-carb.

With this recipe, you won’t have to give up baked goods entirely just because you’re watching your sugar intake. By using Splenda sugar substitute, you can enjoy a delectable glaze or frosting without the guilt. Plus, it’s easy to make and doesn’t require any fancy equipment.

Whether you’re looking for a glaze recipe for your pumpkin cake or an icing sugar substitute for your cream cheese frosting, this Splenda Glaze or Frosting Recipe is versatile and perfect for any occasion.

So let’s get started and indulge in some guilt-free baking!

Why You’ll Love This Recipe

Splenda Glaze or Frosting
Splenda Glaze or Frosting

If you’re looking for a glaze or frosting that has all the sweetness and none of the guilt, look no further than this Splenda Glaze or Frosting Recipe. It’s perfect for those who want to maintain a sugar-free lifestyle without sacrificing flavor.

One of the best things about this recipe is that it uses Splenda sugar substitute instead of regular granulated sugar. This means that it has no calories, making it an excellent choice for anyone who wants to stay away from high-calorie sweeteners.

Additionally, this glaze and frosting recipe is incredibly versatile. You can use it on baked goods such as pumpkin cake, chocolate cake, or cinnamon rolls. You can also adjust the ingredients to create different flavors like lemon glaze, buttercream frosting, or chocolate icing.

Whether you prefer a glaze or frosting, this recipe provides you with both options. You can use the glaze version to add an extra touch of sweetness to your cakes or cookies, and the frosting version to cover them completely.

The best part? It’s incredibly easy to make! All you need are a few simple ingredients such as cream cheese, milk, vanilla extract, and cornstarch. The directions are straightforward; all you have to do is blend Splenda powder until it becomes a fine powder and then mix in your other ingredients.

So if you’re on a low-carb diet but still want to enjoy some baked goods, this Splenda Glaze or Frosting Recipe is a lifesaver. Trust me; once you try it, you’ll never go back to traditional glazes and frostings again!

Ingredient List

 A sweet and sugar-free glaze to add a touch of elegance to your baked goods.
A sweet and sugar-free glaze to add a touch of elegance to your baked goods.

Here are the ingredients you will need to make this delicious Splenda glaze or frosting:

  • 1 cup of Splenda sugar substitute
  • 3/4 cup of cornstarch
  • 2 tablespoons of sugar-free instant pudding mix (vanilla or any other flavor)
  • 1/4 cup of reduced-fat cream cheese, softened
  • 1/4 cup of butter, softened
  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
  • 1/2 teaspoon of orange zest
  • 1/2 teaspoon of lemon zest
  • 1 1/2 cups of water

All these ingredients can be found at your local grocery store, and they are perfect for making a glaze for your baked goods with fewer calories. So, take note of these items and let’s get started!

The Recipe How-To

 Enhance the taste of your desserts without worrying about the sugar with this Splenda glaze.
Enhance the taste of your desserts without worrying about the sugar with this Splenda glaze.

Mixing Splenda sugar substitute and cornstarch powder

To make the Splenda glaze or frosting, first, I prepare the splenda granular and cornstarch powder mixture. In a blender jar, I take 1 cup of Splenda granular and blend it with 2 tablespoons of cornstarch till it turns into a fine powder. Then, I cover the jar and pour out the powder into a bowl.

Cooking Splenda glaze or frosting

In a saucepan, I place the Splenda and cornstarch mixture along with water and stir until it bonds well. Then, I heat it on medium flame while stirring for approximately 5 minutes until it thickens to form a paste-like consistency.

After that, I remove the pan from the flame and allow it to cool down before adding any other ingredients to prevent lumps in the frosting. This is an important step because adding other ingredients when it is warm could cause the further hardening of the frosting.

Adding additional ingredients and flavorings

Once the mix cools down, I add vanilla extract or any additional flavors like orange zest or lemon zest for uniqueness in taste. For chocolate flavored frosting, one can add powdered cocoa at this stage.

Variations in texture

If you want a thinner glaze-like consistency rather than firm-frosting consistency, simply add milk to the mix in small portions until you get that perfect texture.

One could also add reduced-fat cream cheese to make it creamier, or half butter and half reduced-fat cream cheese as a healthier option.

That’s it! The Splenda glaze or frosting recipe is ready to use on cakes, cupcakes, cookies or any other baked goods to give that extra flavor without all that sugar.

Substitutions and Variations

 This Splenda glaze recipe is perfect for those on a low-sugar or diabetic diet.
This Splenda glaze recipe is perfect for those on a low-sugar or diabetic diet.

As a baker, I know that sometimes we need to make substitutions or variations to accommodate dietary preferences or ingredient availability. When it comes to this Splenda Glaze or Frosting recipe, there are a few possible substitutions and variations worth experimenting with.

Firstly, instead of using cream cheese in the recipe, you could try using reduced-fat cream cheese, as it is lower in calories and fat. Additionally, if you’re looking to cut down on carbs or sugar, you can use sugar-free instant pudding mix and cornstarch as a substitute for powdered sugar. Another option is to use Splenda granular instead of granulated sugar.

For those who have allergies or intolerances, this recipe can be customized by substituting dairy products with non-dairy equivalents such as almond milk, coconut cream or vegan butter. You can also experiment with different flavors of puddings mixes like chocolate or vanilla.

If you are feeling adventurous and want to add some flair to the recipe, you can incorporate some different flavors into your glaze or frosting by adding orange zest, lemon zest or even spices like cinnamon.

Regardless of what variations of ingredients you decide to use, always take into consideration that the ratios between the water and flour should be kept constant so they don’t affect the texture too much! Happy baking!

Serving and Pairing

 Transform your baked goods into a work of art with a drizzle of Splenda glaze.
Transform your baked goods into a work of art with a drizzle of Splenda glaze.

Once you’ve made this Splenda glaze or frosting, there are countless ways you can use it to add flavor and sweetness to your baked goods.

For those who love a classic vanilla flavor, try pairing the glaze with a pumpkin cake or soft sugar cookies. If you’re feeling adventurous, add a little zest of lemon or orange to your glaze for a citrusy twist that pairs well with blueberry muffins or lemon poppyseed scones.

If chocolate is more your style, try making a rich chocolate frosting using cocoa powder and Splenda instead of sugar. This pairs perfectly with almost any cake or cupcake recipe.

As for serving suggestions, this glaze is perfect for drizzling over freshly-baked pastries like cinnamon rolls or danishes. You can also spread it evenly over cakes or cupcakes for a smoother and more professional finish.

No matter how you use it, this Splenda glaze will add the right amount of sweetness without all the added sugar. So go ahead and enjoy your delicious baked goods guilt-free!

Make-Ahead, Storing and Reheating

 Simple, delicious, and healthy - that's what this Splenda glaze is all about!
Simple, delicious, and healthy – that’s what this Splenda glaze is all about!

One of the many benefits of this Splenda Glaze or Frosting recipe is that it can be made ahead of time and stored for later use. Whether you need to prepare for a busy week ahead or want to get a head start on your baking, this recipe saves you time and effort.

To make the glaze or frosting ahead of time, simply follow the recipe instructions and allow it to cool completely before transferring it to an airtight container. You can store it in the refrigerator for up to one week or in the freezer for up to three months. Just be sure to thaw it at room temperature before using.

When it comes to reheating the glaze or frosting, there are a few options depending on your preference. For a quick and easy method, pop the container into the microwave for 10-15 seconds and stir until smooth. Alternatively, you can heat it up in a double boiler over low heat until warm and smooth.

In terms of storing leftover glaze or frosting, it’s important to keep in mind that it contains dairy products such as cream cheese and milk. Therefore, it should always be stored in a sealed container in the refrigerator to prevent spoilage.

Overall, this Splenda Glaze or Frosting recipe is perfect for saving time while still allowing you to enjoy delicious baked goods with a guilt-free topping. With proper storage methods, it will stay fresh and ready when you need it most.

Tips for Perfect Results

 A convenient and versatile option that can be used as both glaze and frosting.
A convenient and versatile option that can be used as both glaze and frosting.

To ensure the perfect results for your sugar-free glaze, consider the following tips:

First, to prevent any lumps from forming in your glaze or frosting, make sure that your Splenda sugar substitute is blended well. You can use a blender or food processor to blend it into a fine powder. This will also give your glaze or frosting a smoother texture.

Another key ingredient to pay attention to is cream cheese. Make sure that you are using the reduced-fat cream cheese instead of regular cream cheese. The reduced-fat cream cheese has less moisture content than regular cream cheese which can cause your glaze or frosting to become too runny.

When it comes to adding flavors to your glaze or frosting, use extracts such as vanilla extract instead of juice. Using juice can alter the texture and consistency of your glaze or frosting, and the acidity in the juice may not mix well with other ingredients. However, adding orange zest or lemon zest can add an extra pop of flavor without altering the texture.

If you prefer a thicker glaze, try adding cornstarch instead of powdered sugar. Use two tablespoons of cornstarch for every one cup of Splenda granular sweetener. This will help thicken the mixture without adding more calories.

If you’re making a chocolate glaze or frosting recipe, use unsweetened cocoa powder and powdered sweetener instead of granulated sugar to lower the carb count.

Lastly, be sure to store your sugar-free glaze in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to five days. If you’re making it ahead of time, allow it to come to room temperature before using it on baked goods for best results.


Now that you’ve got the recipe and tips down, let’s move on to some common questions and answers about this Splenda glaze or frosting recipe. This FAQ section will answer any lingering questions you may have and give you the confidence to whip up a sugar-free glaze or frosting that tastes just as delicious as the original. So, let’s dive in!

Can you caramelize Splenda?

If you plan to melt or caramelize Splenda Sugar Blend, it is recommended to add a small amount of water to make it dissolve more easily. When using a saucepan, be extra careful not to overheat or burn the sugar blend as it caramelizes faster than regular sugar. Keep a close eye on the process to ensure best results.

Can I use Splenda instead of icing sugar?

As an articulative assistant for a baker, I have some tips on using Splenda as a substitute for powdered sugar. While Splenda can work as a substitute, it’s important to make some adjustments to get the best results. To begin with, mix ¾ cup of Splenda with 2 tablespoons of cornstarch to create a powdered sugar substitute. However, since Splenda is much sweeter than regular powdered sugar, it’s best to only use ½ cup of this substitute for every 1 cup of regular powdered sugar. These adjustments will help ensure that your recipe turns out just as sweet and delicious as if you were using regular powdered sugar.

What can I use instead of icing sugar for glaze?

In this article, we will discuss five different types of sweeteners that can be used in baking. These include granulated sugar, honey, brown sugar, maple syrup, and confectioners’ sugar. Each of these options has its own unique flavor and texture, which can greatly impact the final product of your baked goods. So, read on to learn more about these sweeteners and how to use them in your baking endeavors.

How do you make a glaze if you don’t have powdered sugar?

When making recipes that call for powdered sugar, it is possible to use granulated sugar as a substitute, though the texture may not turn out as ideal for certain recipes like icing. To substitute, simply use 1 cup of granulated sugar for every 1 ¾ cups of powdered sugar and follow the recipe instructions as directed. This will allow you to proceed with your recipe despite not having powdered sugar on hand.

Bottom Line

In conclusion, this Splenda glaze or frosting recipe is a must-try for anyone looking to add a touch of sweetness to their baked goods without the guilt of sugar. It’s perfect for those following a low-carb diet or avoiding refined sugar.

With this recipe, you won’t even miss the sugar as the Splenda substitute works just as well and even provides health benefits. Plus, the optional addition of cream cheese adds a creamy texture and extra flavor to your glaze or frosting.

Whether you’re making pumpkin cake, chocolate cake, or any other baked goods, this recipe will take them to the next level. So give it a try and enjoy the delicious results!

Remember, just because you’re avoiding sugar doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice taste. With this Splenda glaze or frosting recipe, your baked goods will be just as sweet and satisfying as ever.

Splenda Glaze or Frosting

Splenda Glaze or Frosting Recipe

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Course: Dessert
Cuisine: Baking
Keyword: < 15 Mins, Dessert, Easy
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Calories: 639.7kcal


Powdered Sugar Glaze

  • 1 1/2 cups splenda granular sugar substitute
  • 1/4 cup cornstarch
  • 5 -6 teaspoons water
  • 1/2 1 teaspoon orange zest or 1/2 teaspoon rum extract


  • 8 ounces reduced-fat cream cheese
  • 1/4 cup butter, softened
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 drop imitation maple flavor
  • 1/2 cup Splenda sugar substitute (1/2 cup splenda granular Powdered Sugar)
  • 1 1/2 ounces sugar-free instant pudding mix
  • 1 3/4 cups milk
  • 8 ounces cream cheese
  • 8 ounces frozen light whipped dessert topping, thawed


  • Powdered Sugar Glaze: Preparation Time 10 minute Makes1/3 cup glaze. Mix together SPLENDA® Granular 1/4 cup, Cornstarch 5-6 teaspoons Water Place SPLENDA® and cornstarch in blender jar. Cover and blend until SPLENDA® is a very fine powder. Pour into a small bowl. Add water and stir well. This recipe makes a thick glaze. Add more water for a thinner glaze. To flavor the glaze add any of the following; 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract, 1 drop maple flavor, 1 teaspoons lemon zest, 1 teaspoons orange zest, or 1/2 teaspoons rum flavor.
  • Frosting: 1 (8oz.) pkg. Reduced Fat Cream Cheese 1/4 cup Butter, softened 1/2 teaspoons Vanilla 1 drop Imitation Maple Flavor 1/2 cup SPLENDA® No Calorie Sweetener, Granular 1/2 cup Powdered Sugar 1 (1.4ounce) package sugar-free instant pudding mix 1 3/4 cups milk 1 (8oz) package cream cheese 1 (8oz) container lite frozen whipped topping, thawed in a medium bowl, combine pudding mix and milk. mix well and let stand until thickened. In a large bowl, beat cream cheese until smooth. add pudding and mix well. finally fold in whipped topping. Cream Cheese Frosting 8 oz. cream cheese, softened 1/2°C Smart Beat, softened 1 t. vanilla 2-3 tablespoons Splenda (or to your taste) 1/2°C chopped pecans Beat cream cheese and Smart Beat in mixer bowl til fluffy. Beat in Splenda to taste. Add vanilla and pecans: mix well. Store in refrigerator. Versatile cream cheese frosting flavoured with sugar-free instant pudding. It will frost one 9x13 or one 2-layer cake. Use any flavour of pudding mix. 1 (1.40 ounces) package sugar-free instant chocolate pudding mix 1 3/4 cups milk 1 (8.00 ounces) package reduced-fat cream cheese 1 (8.00 ounces) container frozen light whipped topping, thawed 1. In a medium bowl, combine pudding mix and milk. 2. Mix well and let stand until thickened. 3. In a large bowl, beat cream cheese until smooth. 4. Add pudding and mix well. 5. Finally, fold in whipped topping.

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Serving: 353g | Calories: 639.7kcal | Carbohydrates: 66.4g | Protein: 12.3g | Fat: 36.2g | Saturated Fat: 22.8g | Cholesterol: 111.7mg | Sodium: 738mg | Fiber: 0.1g | Sugar: 41g

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