The closest thing I've used is Sun Crystals which is a combo of real cane sugar and stevia. It was a little tricky becaue one packet equaled the sweetness of 2 tsp of sugar even though it was less than a tsp worth of granules. I did use it to bake some, but I eventually decided it compromised the quality of the items in a way I didn't care for. The taste was fine, but I didn't know how to accomodate for the difference in quantity. Hope that helps some.
You've got to want it more than you want the cupcake.
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As far as I'm concerned, they are all marketing gimmicks. The latest is always the best. I still think the old saccharin was okay but marketing made out it was terrible and this continued all down the line!
This is a natural sweetener. (cousin to Stevia) Can anyone please tell me if you use it and how do you like the taste? Do you use it in liquid or powder? How much do you use to equal a tablespoon of regular sugar? Thank you!
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