Whether you avoid sugar because you’re diabetic or hypoglycemic or you feel that sugar is toxic, as some say, it’s not always easy finding tasty desserts and sugar-free ways to sweeten foods and beverages. Some sugar-free products leave a nasty after-taste, for example, while others taste downright disgusting. We bravely took on the role of sugar-free tasting guinea pig so that we could reveal the best products. And the winners are:
- Best sugar-free syrup goes to Mrs. Buttersworth Sugar-Free Syrup and Log Cabin Sugar-Free Syrup. Just 20 calories per serving but incredibly rich, flavorful taste make these syrups ideal for pouring over plain oatmeal or mixing into plain yogurt. Check your local store or buy on Amazon now.
- For sugar-free sweeteners, concerns remain about using many artificial sweeteners. Our vote goes to Stevia in the Raw, an all natural sweetener that leaves no after-taste and has zero calories. Get it now by clicking here.
- Love brownies but can’t have them? Now you can with rich, fudge-bliss Pillsbury Sugar Free Milk Chocolate Brownie Mix.
- When it comes to pudding, the winner is Jell-O Cook & Serve Pudding & Pie Filling, Sugar-Free, Fat Free, Vanilla, which is creamy and tastes like old-fashioned custard. One yummy serving has just 80 calories.
- And for sugar-free candy, it’s a tie between Baskin-Robbins Sugar Free Hard Candy, Cookies ‘n Cream flavor and Werther’s caramel sugar-free candy.
- For the ultimate sugar-free, guilt-free beverage, enjoy wellness teas. Reduce your cravings and fulfill your desire for a sweet treat with weight loss control The Republic of Tea, Get Lost Tea (click here to get it now). Feeling stressed? Try The Republic of Tea, Get Relaxed Tea.
- You scream, I scream, we all scream for guilt-free ice cream! The winners: Safeway and Vons sugar-free ice cream tastes so rich and creamy that it’s hard to believe it’s sugar-free. We also love Dreyer’s Sugar-Free Ice Cream.