Swerve Sweetener, Brown, 12 ounces

December 28, 2018 - Comment

The secret to Swerve’s zero-calorie sweetness is a combination of erythritol and oligosaccharides. Erythritol is made by fermenting glucose with Moniliella pollinis, a natural microorganism, similar to fermentation processes that occur in breweries. Erythritol also naturally occurs in many fruits and vegetables like melons, grapes and asparagus, and the FDA classifies it as a zero-calorie,

The secret to Swerve’s zero-calorie sweetness is a combination of erythritol and oligosaccharides. Erythritol is made by fermenting glucose with Moniliella pollinis, a natural microorganism, similar to fermentation processes that occur in breweries. Erythritol also naturally occurs in many fruits and vegetables like melons, grapes and asparagus, and the FDA classifies it as a zero-calorie, 4-carbon sugar alcohol that does not affect blood glucose. Oligosaccharides are sweet, non-digestible carbohydrates sourced from select fruits and starchy root vegetables. Oligosaccharides are prebiotic fibers, so they’re not only tasty, but they can help multiply beneficial gut bacteria. Swerve sources the highest quality raw materials available. All Swerve ingredients originate from the United States and Europe, with no ingredients from China. Likewise, companies based in the United States produce all of Swerve’s packaging and packaging components. Cup-for-cup, Swerve replaces sugar in all of your recipes. If you need a half cup of sugar, simply replace with a half cup of Swerve. And you won’t get any bitter aftertaste that many people associate with high intensity sweeteners like stevia and monkfruit. With zero net carbohydrates, Swerve does not impact blood sugar or insulin levels, so this keto friendly sweetener helps everyone concerned about weight management. You can easily use Swerve in all of your low-carb baking and cooking recipes without the worry of a blood sugar spike. Just like fiber, when counting macros you can subtract any Swerve that is used in your recipe to get a true net carb count. Entirely Non-GMO, natural, with nothing artificial and non-glycemic. Basically, use Swerve just like ordinary sugar for sweetening just about anything, but consume zero calories from the sweetener.

Product Features

  • TASTES AMAZING: Brown Swerve is sweet and delicious. It is a natural brown sugar replacement that does not have the bitter aftertaste associated with other sweeteners like stevia and monkfruit.
  • MEASURES LIKE BROWN SUGAR: If your recipe calls for a cup of brown sugar; simply replace with a cup of Swerve. Since it measures just like brown sugar, using Swerve in your favorite recipes will be a breeze.
  • ZERO NET CARBS: The ingredients in Swerve do not affect blood sugar, so the carbohydrates it contains are considered non-impact.
  • KETO-FRIENDLY: Because Swerve is non-glycemic, it is the perfect sweetener to use in Ketogenic recipes.
  • NON-GMO VERIFIED: Only the highest quality ingredients are used. The Ingredients in Swerve come from Europe and North America – there are no ingredients from China

Comments

Anonymous says:

Fantastic flavor! Did not affect my blood glucose levels at all! Highly recommend! I’ve been waiting for this to be released. I took my blood glucose before I mixed a little bit in with some cream cheese. I then dipped my strawberries in the mixture. Oh it was so delicious. I would never have guessed it was not full of sugar. I waited one hour and took my blood glucose again and had only went up 3 points which were from eating the strawberries. The flavor was wonderful. It felt a little bit different than regular brown sugar…maybe a tiny bit dryer. I will be baking with it next to see how it performs. I am so thankful they finally released the brown ‘sugar’ version.

Anonymous says:

This isn’t sugar!? What? I have non-insulin dependent Diabetes and a terrible sweet tooth. Unfortunately, all the “sweeteners” I have tried either tasted terrible, had uncomfortable side effects, or weren’t all that good for you. I didn’t like saccharin or aspertame. Stevia tastes bitter to me. The things I have had with Sucralose taste fine, but I was concerned with the possibility of it raising my blood sugar/insulin levels and I am leery of the use of chlorine to make it. I have had funny/embarrassing experiences with some other sugar substitutes. So I just went back to using sugar in light moderation when my sweet tooth got the best of me. Then I found Swerve! I am really impressed by the taste and my spouse thought it was sugar, although made mention that the brown has a slight vanilla taste. Not bad, mind you, but it might be something to consider if vanilla is called for in a recipe. I haven’t yet used it in baking, but I’ve used it with making Thai inspired recipes with great success. When…

Anonymous says:

It’s brown sugar!!! Delicious!!!! Wrapped some green beans with bacon and sprinkled with this on top and baked it. It was so good it tasted just like brown sugar even better!

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