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Let's Not Trick Out Our Treats

By Paige Brady, April 12, 2010  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Paige Brady
Let We’re taking a poll and we want to know what you think. What is your favorite natural alternative for sweetness in baked goods?  Take our poll and see how your thoughts stack up with others. We say: Let’s forget the fake sweet stuff. Artificial sweeteners are purely synthetic compounds that do not exist in nature, and that work by fooling our bodies into believing we are eating sugar. Whole Foods Market doesn't allow artificial sweeteners in our food, because why mess with a good thing? kitchennotlab Read more on natural sweeteners here and here. Remember: Every bite has a story. Your conscious food choices make a world of difference. Learn more at Let’s Retake our Plates.

 

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screwdestiny says ...
I love Stevia. It tastes way better than the chemical sweeteners.
04/15/2010 3:21:41 AM CDT
Anna says ...
I use molasses and honey and sometimes blue agave syrup. When making cookies or other sweet baked goods that call for brown sugar, molasses works well. You just have to experiment with the amounts and adjust other liquids in the recipe to account for the liquid sweeteners.
04/15/2010 2:09:14 PM CDT
Melissa says ...
I use Honey Granules to replace white sugar and my family can't taste the difference in it over white refined sugar.
04/18/2010 7:43:24 PM CDT