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Sugar has properties other than sweetness (such as texture, moisture, browning), which may need to be compensated when substituting with BetterStevia™. Please use the above chart as a guideline. Users may need to do some experimenting to obtain desired sweetness level.
The BetterStevia Sweetener Equivalency chart provides the optimal sweetness levels as a replacement for sugar. To replace 1 cup of sugar, use the following as potential bulking agents, moisture, leavening, and browning substitutions depending upon your recipe.
1 egg white
1⁄4 cup applesauce
1⁄3 cup Living Now® Tapioca Flour
1 ripe banana
1⁄4 cup plain yogurt
Please keep in mind that foods baked with Stevia do not rise as well as those baked with sugar. BetterStevia is not suitable for recipes with added yeast since sugar is needed to feed fermentation. For a direct one-to-one sugar replacement, try our Sugarless Sugar™. It cooks, bakes, tastes and even browns like sugar with one-third the calories of sugar.
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