Sucralose is an artificial sweetener, and while I generally prefer products that use natural sweeteners, if I need to use an artificial one, sucralose is one of my favorites for a variety of reasons.
One of my favorite sweet treats are brownies. And I don’t mean fluffy chocolate cake taking the form of a little square, I mean dense, chewy, fudgey brownies. I have tried countless low-carb, diabetic, and sugar-free brownie mixes and have been sorely disappointed… until now. They still are not quite the consistency of a real brownie made with sugar, however the Gourmet Chocolate Brownie Mix from Diabetic Kitchen produces the closest approximation that I’ve found by a pretty wide margin.
Are you addicted to sugary sweet soda but are trying to maintain a ketogenic diet? If so then your options are slim. Most major brands make diet and more recently zero calorie options, but BEWARE of these as nearly every one that I’ve investigated uses aspartame as its artificial sweetener. The next best thing that I’ve found to satisfy a soda craving is flavored sparkling water, and thus far the best tasting of these that I’ve found is definitely Sparkling ICE.
I discovered this little gem a while ago and it seems to be the sweet treat that surprises most people when they find out that it is low in carbohydrates.
For a very long time I was in search of a low-sugar or sugar-free chocolate that didn’t taste… off. That wasn’t gritty in the mouth. That actually tasted and felt like chocolate. I tried various big candy brands’ sugar-free options but these mostly used sugar alcohols so I was unable to eat more than a piece or two at a time (see my article on sugar alcohols for why). Then I found ChocZero and my ketogenic life changed forever. Continue reading “ChocZero”
My name is Dustin D. Trammell and I’d like to welcome you to my new blog, The Ketogenic Sweet Tooth. I both personally maintain a ketogenic diet while simultaneously have a wicked sweet tooth.