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Date Sugar from Powdered Dried Dates.
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Reviews For Date Sugar
Based on 10 Reviews
was thrilled to find this
Yes, it's pricey, but I'm thrilled to have date "sugar" available as it is not a refined sugar, but simply a whole food, whole dates that have been dried and then pulverized into a powdery "sugar." I'm avoiding refined sugars all together right now and I've made at least two different sweet treats using this and look forward to inventing more!
Alternatives to Regular Cane Sugar
One the Best Natural Replacements to Refined Cane Sugar is Date Sugar made with dried dates. Very Natural and made with real dates. Less sugar content as Cane Sugar. One of the best ways to go. Also, try date paste for spreads and etc.
This is a healthful substitute for brown sugar and is a lower carb and tasty sweetener for cereal and works fine for baking. However, it does not dissolve, so don't bother trying it in drinks.
adding to crumble toppings
sprinkling on hot cereal instead of brown sugar
Date Sugar uses
Although this is a great substitute for sugar, it is not meant to be used in drinks as it does not desolve. Use in your cereals, baking etc... excellent fiber and nutrient values... don't think of this as "SUGAR" it is a whole food.
i LOVE THIS STUFF!! I was amazed when I read it was made from very finely chopped dates! COOL! I use it in my coffee, I used it in a banana bread that I made with the non gluten pancake mix, (I LOVED THAT BREAD) I love the taste of it and even more that you can taste around it , Love the texture, and love the golden brown color. I am IN LOVE. I never want to eat white sugar (or brown sugar) again!!!!!
Not for hot beverages
This sugar doesn't dissolve in hot beverages. It may be great for baking but not for coffee or tea!
Great sugar replacement
It's dusty because it's real ground dates, so I seem to create a small cloud anytime I measure out a portion to use, but that's the only drawback. It's perfect for baked goods. I've used it in breads, cookies, fruit crisps, and cakes with wonderful results.
How Do I use it?
I like this when baking-it adds a unique flavor. I'm still a little confused how to use it otherwise since it's not a dissolvable sugar. Made some really good zucchini bread though!
- Olive E.
This sweetener is unique in the way that it's actually chopped up dates. It is fantastic in muffins. I really like this sweetener in my pancakes too since it's natural and offers the right amount of sweet.
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