Sweet as Sugar Allulose
= a supplemented food with pure Monkfruit =
Pure non-GMO Allulose combined with pure Monkfruit extract.
- It tastes As Sweet As Sugar
- With two natural sweeteners combined, use it 1:1 in recipes.
- No aftertaste, bringing out flavours from whatever you’re making.
Pure non-GMO Allulose combined with Pure Monkfruit Extract makes for a premium sweetener that tastes As Sweet As Sugar. It simply does all that sugar does without the negative downsides that sugar has. Caramelises beautifully, melts in your mouth with no aftertaste.
Bulk sizes available on request.
What is a supplemented food? It's a food that's safe and suitable, created by combining a novel (new) food to an existing food. Allulose has had the Generally Recognised As Safe status from the USA FDA for the past 10 years.
Why do people prefer Allulose based sweeteners? Allulose has no after-taste and in baking it caramelises and gives a wonderfully soft texture. This Allulose supplemented with Monkfruit is low in calories and because not a lot of it makes it to your lower intestine, it causes way less after-effects.
Impact on blood sugar: As a rare natural sugar Allulose is found in fruits such as kiwifruit, raisins and figs. Both Allulose and Monkfruit Extract give a glycemic index of zero with minimal impact on blood sugar levels. Both ingredients are natural, alternative sweeteners, not artificial sweeteners.
Ratio to sugar in recipes: This product has been specially supplemented to be 1:1 As Sweet As Sugar so that it's a direct swap out. 1 Cup of Sweet as Sugar Allulose with pure Monkfruit can be used to every 1 Cup of Sugar in any recipe.
Ingredients: Pure Allulose and Monkfruit (Luo Han Guo extract)
Vegan, Keto, Gluten-free and non-GMO. Allergens: None known. While it is processed on a site that handles gluten, everything humanly possible is done to segregate, schedule and sanitise to avoid cross contamination.
Macros per 100gm: Net Carbs 0.1g from Allulose 99g, from Monkfruit <1g, Protein 0, Fat 0, Calories 169kj, Sodium 1mg. Allulose is required to be listed as a sugar even though your body doesn't recognise it as a carbohydrate and only some of it is converted into Energy.