March 2015- Blueberry Breakfast
Blueberry pancakes are a delicious breakfast to start your day. If your blueberries aren’t sweet enough for you, sprinkle a packet of Sugar Twin on them prior to adding to your pancakes.
February 2015- Warm Soothing Tea
If you are suffering from a cold, drinking hot tea helps. Use a packet of Sugar Twin to sweeten if you desire!
January 2015- Hot Cider Tip
Hot cider makes a great drink to warm you up during winter months. Remember to sweeten your beverage with Sugar Twin instead of sugar.
December 2014- Holiday Treats
Make homemade chocolate pudding from scratch using your favorite recipe. When sugar is called for substitute with Sugar Twin. Top with crushed peppermint, if desired.
November 2014- Baking Tip
Baking a cake and looking for a new topping? Try making your own frosting using Sugar Twin in place of sugar.
October 2014- Pumpkin Season
With fall here, pumpkin is back. When baking pumpkin pie, try using Sugar Twin instead of sugar.
September 2014- Heavenly Cupcakes
If you are a fan of cupcakes, try replacing sugar with Sugar Twin. Not only will your cupcakes have less calories, they will taste better than ever!
August 2014- Homemade Whipped Cream
Top your favorite fruit with delicious homemade whipped cream. In a bowl, add heavy whipping cream and a little Sugar Twin. Beat with an electric mixer until light and fluffy.
July 2014- Beat the Heat
Enjoy a nice tall glass of refreshing lemonade. If it is not sweet enough for you, add a little Sugar Twin!
June 2014- Coffee Tip
With summer nearly here, hot coffee in the morning may be less desirable. Enjoy an iced coffee instead. Be sure to use Sugar Twin to sweeten your coffee.
May 2014- A Tip for Smoothies
When making a smoothie, avoid adding sugar. Instead, sprinkle a little bit of Sugar Twin for your desired sweetness.
April 2014- New Way for Baking!
No need to calorie count! Reduce the amount of calories when baking by substituting sugar with Sugar Twin.
March 2014- Dessert Tip
Top your ice cream sundae with fresh strawberries. If they are not sweet enough, try sprinkling a little Sugar Twin on them.
February 2014- Switch Up Your Salad!
Tired of the same old salad dressing? Try making your own. Combine 1 tablespoon of Sugar Twin Granulated White with a teaspoon of Mrs. Dash Lemon Pepper Seasoning Blend, 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil and 2 tablespoons of rice vinegar.
January 2014- Warm Up This Winter!
The temperature is dropping! Warm up with homemade hot cocoa. Mix together 1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder, 3 Tbsp. Sugar Twin Granulated White, 1/3 cup hot water and 1/8 tsp. salt in a saucepan, stirring constantly until mixture boils. Once boiling, add 4 cups milk and remove from heat. Enjoy!
December 2013- Holiday Dessert
Enjoy a cheesecake this holiday. Sweeten your cake without the calories by substituting sugar with Sugar Twin’s Granulated Brown and Granulated White!
November 2013- Substitution Tip
Apple pie, sweet potato casserole and pumpkin pie recipes all ask for brown sugar. This holiday, substitute ordinary brown sugar in your recipes with Sugar Twin Granulated Brown Sweetener.
October 2013- A Dessert For You
Strawberry Shortcakes are a great and easy to make dessert. If your strawberries are not sweet enough, sprinkle a little bit of SugarTwin on them! Place your strawberries on top of your shortcakes and top with whipped cream.
September 2013- Sugar Twin® Sweeteners Measuring Tips
Sweeten your oatmeal without the calories; SugarTwin will make a great addition to your breakfast. Top your oatmeal with fresh apples or berries!
August 2013- Sugar Twin® Sweeteners Measuring Tips
Using Sugar Twin Sweeteners Instead of Sugar
Sugar Twin can help you keep your recipes sugar-free and still tasting great. Follow these tips using our calorie-free sweetener to keep the sweet and lose some calories from your favorite treats.
Measures Like Sugar
Our granulated white and brown sugar substitutes measure just like sugar, so use the amount your recipes normally call for. If you’re using packets or liquid Sugar Twin, follow these guidelines:
1 packet = 10 mL sugar
½ packet = 1 tsp sugar
¼ tsp liquid = 1 tsp sugar
1 mL = 5 mL sugar