Trying to cut back on sugar, but not ready to give up sweets entirely? There are lots of alternative sweeteners on the market, from stevia and monk fruit to honey and agave. Each comes with their own set of pros and cons.
The triumphs, the snubs, the outfits…it must be awards season. This year, we’re putting our own spin on the entertainment industry’s big moment and rolling out the red carpet for our members’ most beloved products. It’s the first-ever Thrive Market Golden Shelfie Awards!
Life is always a little bit sweeter when sugar is involved. Mary Poppins used sugar to make the medicine go down well. But would a modern Ms. Poppins use stevia? What’s the difference between sugar vs stevia? Gone are the days when white sugar is the only pick—alternative sweeteners have become increasingly accessible in recent ...
There’s a lot to love about molasses and maple syrup (like the fact that they’re top-notch natural sweetener options) but what’s really the difference between these deeply hued nectars? Deciding between these two ingredients doesn’t have to become sticky situation—here’s our side-by-side comparison of the difference between molasses and maple syrup.
Plain old peanut brittle gets a flavor-forward update in this recipe. Here, pumpkin seeds, pine nuts, and cardamom elevate the simple candy while a dark chocolate and sea salt coating cranks up the flavor.
[schema description]The classic chocolate-puffed rice crunch candy bar gets a makeover in this recipe. Here, we’ve made the sweet a bit healthier by subbing in quinoa for white rice and antioxidant-rich dark chocolate for milk. [/schema]
[schema description]Sweetened with honey instead of marshmallows and corn syrup, these almond popcorn balls are a lighter version of the traditional Halloween treat. Kids of all ages will go wild for these![/schema]
Halloween, 1950: Children became ill after consuming candies with food coloring Orange No. 1, which became subsequently banned in the United States.
[schema description]Half the fun of coffee cake is the texture: a dense, moist cake with a crunchy layer of sweet crumb topping. Here, we’ve one-upped the classic by adding a layer of almost jam-like cooked plums. [/schema]
[schema description]With crisp, golden edges and a chewy middle, these spiced apple oat cookies go wonderfully with a mug of hot tea. Whip up a batch the next time you crave a comforting mid-afternoon treat! [/schema]
[schema description]Who needs store-bought toaster pastries when you can make these gluten-free, cherry Pop-Tarts at home?[/schema]
[schema description]Old-fashioned banana pudding gets an update in this fresh take on the classic recipe. Instead of traditional vanilla wafers, we’re using a gluten-free almond crunch, and caramelizing the bananas for even more flavor. [/schema]
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