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You can use some artificial sweeteners, but be sure to read the label. As several of them are heat sensitive.
Stevia, Splenda, honey, and sometimes applesauce can be used as substitutes. It all depends on why you're wanting to substitute the sugar: being healthier, living with diabetes, or trying to cut down on processed food.
Since Splenda really isn't good for you at all, I wouldn't actually suggest using it. Stevia is marketed as a healthier alternative, but I don't know enough about it to argue one way or the other. I would simply suggest searching for recipes that either don't call for sugar or call for very low amounts of it. If a recipe doesn't call for sugar, it's normally because it has fresh fruits or vegetables in it.
Molasses, honey, agave, maple syrup, mashed bananas or other sweet fruit, stevia, dates or date syrup... that's all I can remember right now.
by Marisa Hammond Olivares2 years ago
Are there any alternatives to artificial sweeteners - besides refined sugar?There are articles that claim refined sugar is bad for you. Artificial sweeteners are also getting a bad rap. Are there any alternatives?
by Glo L Bernadas5 years ago
Artificial sweeteners/Sugar Substitutes: Are they suitable for cooking or baking?
by ezzy15127 years ago
What are really the side effect of artificial sweetners in the human system?
by Elena6 months ago
If I put sugar in Green Tea, does it spoil the benefit?(I am drinking one cup a day, but find it so bitter)
by Blb26926 years ago
I am trying to go all natural and I have been using "sugar in the raw" but I keep seeing this "stevia" sugar product, does anyone know anything about it? Would it be better for me than sugar?
by ElleBee5 years ago
Do you have any tips for cutting out aspartame from my diet?I am trying to cut aspartame and other artificial sweeteners from my diet. I am wondering if anyone has cut these out from their diet and has any tips. I'm...
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