It just so happens that I bake for my pleasure in EATING what I make, but if it would make you feel better, I can move the first ingredient "3 Cups of sugar" down to the bottom of the list where it's less obtrusive.
Now. I know that one can bake richly healthy, (supposedly) satisfying, sweet, and perhaps chocolaty (assuming you don't try to substitute carob) (!) concoctions all while being conscious of ones length and quality of life. But... I ask, what is duration of life without quality? As my husband regularly reminds me:
"You're going to die of SOMETHING..."
So apropos (if lacking finesse).
But if you insist, there's always THIS option: Several spadefuls of rich garden soil mixed liberally with water. It's low carb, low cal, AND high in minerals.
(beware though - it is rather... um. "BLACK" Says Sue)
If you prefer a more classic style recipe, try a few pinches of (organic) grass clippings in your water.
The trick here is to use only pure, unchlorinated well water. It can be very hard to get, so good luck!
Pour into a recycled Strauss Family yogurt container (only the best!) and VIOLA!
*consume at your own risk.
Now you can't say I'm not conscientious of my cooking. My girls can concoct and whip up these treats in a flash! I must be doing SOMETHING right ;-P