Xyla and cookies
Recently I was asked if I'd like to give a product called Xyla a try. I'd never heard of it so let me explain a little to start. "Xylitol is an all natural sugarless sweetener from birch trees. It's the same sweetness and consistency as sugar and is completely natural. Many people call it birch sugar. However it has 40% fewer calories, 75% fewer carbs, and is safe for diabetics. Xylitol also has a laundry list of health benefits like cavity prevention, and much more."
I was very interested in giving this all natural sweetener a try. As you can see it really does look like sugar, and it acts like it when you cream it with butter, or mix it with other ingredients (something that doesn't always happen with some alternative sweeteners).
I first whipped up a batch of those whole wheat chocolate chip cookies that we've been loving up at our house. They came out great subbing Xyla for the white sugar in the recipe!
Next a made a batch of those PB cupcakes I told you about on Friday. Again, amazing! In all truth it's making me question my go to "fake" sweetener... hmmmmm
Other things that make me question what I buy... a sweet deal!
Now here's the fun part. First they are offering us a 10% off coupon if you want to go try some. Just use the coupon code: FIRST It will takes 10% off any order at www.emeraldforestxylitol.com
But an even better deal is this one: "We are giving away the first 5,000 bags (of Xyla) at no charge. All you have to do is add $20 of products to your cart online, and a complimentary 1lb bag of Xylitol will appear in your cart immediately - no charge - no coupon required. That's an $8 value at no charge." So if you were planning on give some products a try, go check it out!
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