Sweet Swaps: Baking with Sugar Substitutes. Here's what you need to know to bake and cook with your favorite low- or no-calorie sweeteners (including Splenda, Sweet 'N Low, Stevia, Equal and monk fruit sweeteners like Nectresse). | via @SparkPeople
Choosing the right kind of sugar for your body can be tough! In general, the less refined and the lower glycemic, the better. Fruit with fiber is a good option for some people. Some low-fructose sweeteners like maple syrup and coconut can be great substitutes for cane sugar or corn syrup. This graphic shows a rating scale of sweeteners that tend to be a little gentler versus sweeteners that tend to cause imbalance. #healthysugar #healthy #sugar #sweetener #vegan
Find out how to substitute sweeteners for baking and cooking. If you are switching to baking with honey and maple syrup and other sweeteners for health reasons, or you've just run out of a sweetener and need to use another, this post can help.
Whatever your reason may be, resorting to natural sugar substitutes for baking is definitely a healthier alternative, and will help you enjoy your favorite baked goods without having to worry too much about its after effects.