Sugar & Substitute

There are several sugar substitutes available on the market. Here are some of the most common sugar substitutes:

Artificial sweeteners: Artificial sweeteners such as aspartame, saccharin, sucralose and acesulfame potassium are synthetic substances that impart a sweet taste without the calories of sugar. They are often used in sugar-free or low-calorie products.

Low-calorie natural sweeteners: Some natural sweeteners, such as stevia and monk fruit, offer a natural alternative to sugar with very few calories. They are extracted from plants and can be used to sweeten foods and beverages.

Natural syrups and sweeteners: Options such as maple syrup, agave syrup, honey and date syrup are more natural sugar substitutes. They can be used to sweeten foods and beverages, but it's important to consume them in moderation, as they still contain calories.

Sugar alcohols: Sugar alcohols, such as erythritol, xylitol and sorbitol, are sweeteners that taste sweet but contain fewer calories than traditional sugar. They can be used in baking and desserts.

It's important to note that each sugar substitute has its own characteristics and can have different effects on the flavor and texture of foods. It is therefore advisable to experiment and consult the specific instructions for each substitute when using it in cooking.

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Black muscovado sugar

€7.00
Availability: 10 In Stock

Our muscovado sugar is distinguished by its rich, complex flavor, revealing notes of molasses and caramel. Each bite offers an explosion of natural sweetness, transforming every recipe into an unforgettable taste experience. Whether you're a passionate chef or a pastry connoisseur, our muscovado sugar adds a depth of flavor that elevates your creations to the next level.

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