we receive a lot of request of "sugar free" chocolate, most of them they refer to "use Agave syrup/crystals", but this is not what we think as "sugar free"!
Unfortunately here, miscommunication or false information make people believe that Agave "sugar" (!!!) is diabetic friendly...
We know that a 85%dark bar with sugar is better than a 55% dark made with agave, but it takes time to explain that to every one!
Now, going to the point:
i'm capable of doing some research of real sugar free (sucrose) -chocolate maybe using stevia or other ingredients (Honey won't work). but i not really sure where to start..
Anyone any idea or suggestion?
Thanks in advance!
and what about beet sugar? there are some sweeteners beet-based that say to be zero calories
I'd lay bets that it's fibre that's been infused with sucralose. If it's 99.9% "natural" as the website claims, the 0.1% is the chemical sweetening agent, and the rest is filler.
That's what I'm guessing.
Notice that it isn't being marketed in the US, where a product like that, if legit would take off like wildfire??? How come?
haha that's why I'm asking. I believe there's no substitute for sugar, but we made a batch with NutraSweet and people, that are used to consume sweeteners, liked it very much, personally I hated it, it left a horrible bitter aftertaste. But I wanted to know if there was any other beet-based sugar somewhere.