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How to Enjoy Your Iced Coffee Sugar-Free

How do you sugar iced coffee without, well... sugar?

Question of the season: How do you sugar iced coffee without, well… sugar?

Answer: Why, the Health Garden way, of course.

Without further ado, here’s how to cut back on sugar without sacrificing your sweet iced coffee satisfaction.

Xylitol Vanilla Sweetener

As you might have guessed, our Xylitol Vanilla Sweeter has a hint of vanilla flavor that can naturally sweeten your iced coffee drink. Providing an exquisite aroma and flavor to your morning (or 3 o’clock) brew, Xylitol Vanilla Sweetener is the perfect addition to any drink. Not to mention, you can go ahead and sprinkle it on your cookies, cakes and puddings, or even mix it into your ice cream and cocktails. Talk about versatile!

Coconut Sugar

OK, so technically, yes, this is sugar— that said, it’s way different than the sugar you pick up at your local grocery store. Dubbed as a natural sweetener, Coconut Sugar is a rich source of potassium, magnesium, zinc, and iron, making it suitable for coffee-loving diabetics in moderation. With its deep golden color and caramel flavor, our Coconut Sugar is also an ideal substitute for brown sugar!

Agave Chocolate Spread

Are you a mocha iced coffee lover who’s trying to cut back on the white stuff? Don’t fret: We’ve got just the thing! Introducing our Agave Chocolate Spread, a wonderfully delectable addition to your cold cup of Joe. Made with high-quality organic ingredients and no artificial flavors, this spread boasts a luscious creamy chocolate flavor that will brighten your day from start to finish.

Date Syrup

Also known as “date honey,” our Date Syrup has an antioxidant level that’s the same as maca or raspberries, making it the most nutritionally dense sweetener out there. Made from 100% natural dates, it contains more vitamin B3 and potassium than honey (yes, really!). As versatile as it is delicious, go ahead and drizzle it on your morning coffee. Trust us: You won’t regret it!

Bottom Line

You can use a plethora of sugar alternatives to sweeten coffee and particularly, iced coffee, as the weather begins to call for it. And being that it’s officially Spring…. Well, we think it’s time you switch (and sweeten) things up!

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