- In-house production
- Sweetener with 0% calories
- The flavor is similar to that of conventional table top sugar
- 600 times sweeter than sugar
- Its food additive name is E-955
- Stable at high temperatures
- Excellent alternative to table top sugar
What is Sucralose?
Sucralose by HSNfoods is a powdered sweetener made from sucralose.
It is perfectly soluble in liquid so that you will be able to bake pastries or cook sweet recipes. Add the product until you get the sweetness that you like for your dishes and recipes.
Features of Sucralose
- Without fats nor sugars
- It provides more flavor than sugar
- Easy-to-dissolve powder format
- It comes in an ultra thin powder format that dissolves properly in foods and liquids, without leaving any lumps.
Sucralose as a Sweetener
It can be added to most foods and drinks such as dairy desserts, baked products, shakes, sweet recipes, ice creams and low carb snacks. It is quite stable at high temperatures. Sucralose is used in a wide range of low calorie foods and drinks due to the fact that it remains sweet even after undergoing intense or high temperatures for a long time and because its flavor is quite similar to that of sugar.
Sucralose is made from sugar and it has an excellent flavor which is why it is the best substitute for sugar.
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How to take SUCRALOSE POWDER 100g:Add until you get the sweetness that you like.
Warnings:Keep in a cool and dry place.
Good substitute for sugar
Even though it may look expensive it actually lasts for quite a while. The only thing I would change is the scoop, it should be tinier, since you do not need a lot of product.HSN Sport Nutrition and Natural Dietetics
It is a healthier substitute for sugar and you just need a little amount to get a lot of sweetness.HSN Sport Nutrition and Natural Dietetics
I use it to sweeten my desserts and to make marmalades. You've got to be careful with the amount you use though, otherwise it will be too sweet.HSN Sport Nutrition and Natural Dietetics