Excellent! Game changer!I’ve been using alternative sweeteners for quite awhile, switching between low carb and keto diet. While brands such as L*kanto, S*rve and other monkfruit or erythritol products are okay for taste, they do not behave like sugar in baking. You either end up with solid rocks or a watery mess! Allulose has been a game changer! It cooks/bakes like regular sugar - so it’s perfect for Caramel slices! There’s also no trace of any bad after taste. Wholesome is more affordable than other brands and it’s 100% Allulose - Be careful of some brands that are mixed with other sweeteners! At the moment there is organic liquid Allulose on the market, which I have tried too! - Check out RxSugar, but no organic powdered allulose. Wholesome is non-GMO though, so probably the next best thing. Please give me a ‘like’ if my comment was helpful! Thanks :)
Allulose for the win! Use as you would sugar for baking, drinks, baking, cream, cakes and desserts. Great for a keto diet. No carbs. No calories. Allulose is my favourite sweetener. Research it! It’s probably the best one. Only tried this brand but I’m satisfied. Good for baking and everything! Peace
As a diabetic, I've tried every sugar alternative you can imagine. And, for a long time, I've been nothing but disappointed. A few months back, my sister-in-law introduced me to Allulose. I only tried it for awhile before I purchased my own. This is amazing. It tastes like sugar, it bakes like sugar, I use it just like sugar and my blood sugar levels are not mangled by it at all. I've been able to practically cut processed sugar from my intake by 100%.
You have to use more of this by weight to equal the same sweetness as sugar, and it's quite a bit more expensive than sucrose sugar of course, but I've been using this brand of allulose for a while now, and it's definitely good. You do have to make sure that you close the bag tightly, because it can clump up a bit, absorbing the moisture in the air, but that's a minor issue.
Allulose is the healthiest alternative to sugar recommended by many functional medical doctors. It doesn’t affect gut microbiome like some other artificial sweeteners. My favorite recipe is to add a tea spoon in coconut milk based cacao drink after warming the milk with cacao in microwave for 3 minutes. The taste is delicious and subtle.
I have switched all my sugar at home to allulose. And this has changed the life of me and my family’s. Cutting on sugar helps us get healthier. It taste just like sugar and does not have any weird taste or aftertaste. It can 100% replace sugar - for cooking, baking, dessert, drinks, creamer, you name it. However, it is getting more and more expensive! I hope that iherb can source some more great quality but affordable allulose so more people can afford it and shed away the bad impact from sugar, especially those who suffer from diabetes. Keto diet friendly.
I liked the liquid allulose from that brand so I orders that powder one as well and I love it . I like the taste and the texture A little bit less sweet then regular sugar but For someone with diabetes this is a miracle.Basically I’m in love with Allulose ! Thank you IHerb for having this on your magnificent site 👏💚🌸 💗
The crystallization is good, like real sugar. What I like is that it does not raise my blood sugar. I made creme caramel with it and the sugar caramelized well. A low-sugar lifestyle keeps me alert and healthy. Other sugar alcohols can make you fart or store more fat around your belly. This sugar digests well. I like baking with it too.
I love Allulose. I think every other sugar replacement has a bad taste, some kind of strange aftertaste, or that weird cool mouth feel. I had such trouble making food that didn’t taste odd using any other sugar replacements. But Allulose tastes exactly like slightly less sweet sugar to me and it’s natural. It’s the best! I just wish it was sold in Canada- thank goodness iHerb ships here!
This has become my go-to for sugar-free sweeteners. It's versatile, doesn't have a weird aftertaste and does the job in most baking scenarios. I've even started making chocolate using allulose. The fact that it caramelises unlike lots of the other alternative sweeteners out there makes it all the better.