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Sugarless Sugar™ - 18 oz.

One-to-One Sugar Replacement

Item#: E0516
Manufacturer SKU: 854273005169

  • Non-GMO
  • Gluten-Free
  • No Artificial Ingredients
  • 1/3 Calories of Sugar
  • Free of Refined Table Sugar
  • Bakes and Tastes Like Sugar

Now you can sweeten your favorite foods, recipes, and beverages just like sugar, without all of the calories. Ellyndale Naturals™ Sugarless Sugar™ revolutionizes the way you bake as a one-to-one sugar replacement. Just use an equal amount of Sugarless Sugar™ to substitute for regular sugar. For example, if a recipe calls for one cup of sugar, simply use one cup of Sugarless Sugar™. Of course, you may have to experiment a bit to get just the taste you're looking for.

Made with BetterStevia®, Sugarless Sugar™ is extremely versatile and has a low glycemic impact. With the natural sweetness of Sugarless Sugar™ the only thing you'll miss is the calories.

Nutrition Info

Serving Size

: 1 tsp (4.3 g)

Servings Per Container

: about 119

  Amount Per Serving % Daily Value*
Calories   5    
Calories from Fat   0    
Total Fat   0 g   0%  
Saturated Fat   0 g   0%  
Trans Fat   0 g    
Cholesterol   0 mg   0%  
Sodium   0 mg   0%  
Total Carbohydrate   4 g   1%  
Dietary Fiber   1 g   4%  
Sugars   0 g    
Sugar Alcohol (Erythritol)   2 g    
Protein   0 g    
Vitamin A     0%  
Vitamin C     0%  
Calcium     0%  
Iron     0%  

Ingredients: Erythritol, Organic Inulin, Rice Maltodextrin, Guar Gum, BetterStevia® (Organic Stevia Extract).

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Packaged in the USA.

Vegetarian/Vegan Product.


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This information current as of 2/11/16 10:43 AM.

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