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TENNISJIM Posts: 10,285
12/21/12 6:12 A

No, I have not

BILL60 Posts: 369,003
12/21/12 6:11 A

My wife is the baker of the house and she doesn't use the stuff.

THROOPER62 Posts: 18,176
12/21/12 5:27 A

No

CUDDLYPOLARBEAR SparkPoints: (190,852)
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Posts: 12,788
12/21/12 5:22 A

No

LYNN955 Posts: 701
12/21/12 5:17 A

No

TCANNO SparkPoints: (117,111)
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Posts: 20,718
12/21/12 4:00 A

no

JUSGETTENBY42 Posts: 7,573
12/21/12 2:29 A

no

YMUNDERWOOD SparkPoints: (212,950)
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Posts: 18,692
12/21/12 2:01 A

I don't use sugar substitue at all

REGILIEH SparkPoints: (222,779)
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Posts: 8,598
12/21/12 1:06 A

No

JULIA1154 Posts: 1,783
12/20/12 8:46 P

No. When I bake I generally reduce the sugar but I don't replace it. I've tried that and been disappointed with the results.

ETHELMERZ SparkPoints: (93,621)
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12/20/12 8:29 P

I'm only allowed to use Splenda, husband had a brain bleed from Truvia.

UMBILICAL Posts: 12,141
12/20/12 7:00 P

N

BIERMA Posts: 836
12/20/12 6:56 P

Yes, I've used it in wheat bran muffins. I thought it was tasty. Because of knowledge of less sugar or the Truvia? I'm sure it's the product. emoticon

MANDIETERRIER1 Posts: 13,751
12/20/12 6:47 P

No I haven't. I use real sugar. I also don't bake much

NORWOODGIRL SparkPoints: (147,660)
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Posts: 16,683
12/20/12 5:21 P

no

JANIEWWJD SparkPoints: (240,411)
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Posts: 7,348
12/20/12 5:10 P

I've never used Truvia.

SHARONSOWN Posts: 1,020
12/20/12 4:19 P

I tried once, but came out with no sweetness at all.

BEBOP4ME SparkPoints: (17,963)
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Posts: 427
12/20/12 3:36 P

No, I would use splenda before Truvia. Truvia doesn't seem to hold its sweetness when heated.

STODD251 Posts: 647
12/20/12 3:14 P

Nope, I use regular sugar, but I also don't bake that often

GLITTERFAIRY77 Posts: 8,023
12/20/12 9:46 A

I have not, but I recently made some cookies using organic blue agave nectar in place of white sugar that it called for. They turned out SUPER sweet, even though I used half the amount that the recipe called for, for the granulated sugar. I have to avoid artificial sweeteners because my body REALLY does not like them.

PARKERB2 SparkPoints: (129,515)
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Posts: 12,065
12/20/12 8:51 A

no

CMCOLE Posts: 2,667
12/20/12 7:17 A

I've used other substitutes, but not that yet.
I just purchased "Just Like Sugar" because I have a recipe book that uses that almost exclusively

WILSON1926 SparkPoints: (45,786)
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12/20/12 5:34 A

In my morning coffee only

KKKAREN SparkPoints: (216,846)
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Posts: 11,710
12/20/12 5:34 A

never tried it

CUDDLYPOLARBEAR SparkPoints: (190,852)
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Posts: 12,788
12/20/12 5:33 A

No

LISAN0415 SparkPoints: (8,641)
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Posts: 1,586
12/20/12 3:00 A

Does anyone use Truvia to bake?

I would be interested in what you make...

Lisa

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