Baking Sweetener 2.2lb
1 teaspoon baking sweetener = 1 teaspoon sugar.
1 cup baking sweetener = 1 cup sugar.
Health Garden 100% Natural Xylitol Baking Sweetener is a specially engineered formula that finally allows for totally sugar free baking without sacrificing on the taste, quality and texture of your favorite cakes and pastries. Unlike other sugar-free sweeteners, Health Garden Xylitol Baking Sweetener, fortified with nature’s powerful natural fibers, including inulin and beet fiber, does not adversely affect the yeast in your recipes and allows for balanced rising in any recipe.
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Health Garden’s baking sweetener is made from xylitol, Stevia leaf extract (Rebaudioside A) and natural fibers, seaweed extract, inulin, beet fiber and bentonite clay. Xylitol is a naturally-occurring sugar alcohol that is found in a variety of fruits and vegetables. Beetroots are an excellent source of folic acid and a very good source of fibre, manganese and potassium.
Health Garden sources the best quality ingredients and blends them to obtain the perfect sugar- free baking sweetener without sacrificing on taste, quality and texture.
The main ingredients xylitol and stevia, may help to manage diabetes, hypertension and obesity when used as part of a healthy lifestyle! Our baking sweetener has no effect on blood sugar levels, and is 100% safe for diabetics to consume.
The baking sweetener can be used in virtually any recipe as a substitute for regular table sugar.This product is truly a game-changer, and will allow you to enjoy your favorite cakes, cookies and pastries without any of the guilt.
Q:From where is the xylitol in the baking sweetener derived from?
A: It is derived from Non-GMO corn cobs.
Q: How many carbs are there in baking sweetener per serving?
A: 4 grams, but its fiber content deducts them to 0 net carbs.
Q:How many calories are there in baking sweetener per serving ?
A: 10 calories.
Q: Where does baking sweetener land on the glycemic index (GI)?
A: Baking sweetener is actually low on the GI scale, having a glycemic index value of 7.
Q: Is baking sweetener safe for pets?
A: No, baking sweetener is not safe for pets.