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Made only from dates, Just Date Syrup acts as an alternative to liquid sugar but can also be used in baking goods. The sugar and nutrients are extracted from the dates to create this silky, low-glycemic sweetener. justdatesyrup.com
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2 Betties all-natural baked rounds are made of almonds, walnuts, and pumpkin seeds and flavored with a touch of maple syrup or honey. The unrefined natural sweeteners provide more nutrients than the empty calories of pure sugar. The rounds come in Chocolate Chunk or Maple Cinnamon flavors. 2betties.com
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Four ingredients are all it takes to make this alternative spin on jam and jelly. Chia Smash fruit spreads are sweetened with dates and utilize the natural sweetness of the fruits along with chia seeds and lemon juice. Chia Smash is available in strawberry, blueberry and raspberry flavors. theoswaldco.com
Using a 1:1 ratio, Swoon simple syrup has 0 grams of refined sugar. Instead, the sweetness comes from monk fruit from Southeast Asia, which is juiced and then combined with hot water the same way traditional simple syrup is made. There is zero glycemic impact from this sweetener. tasteswoon.com
Healthy diet company Bulletproof’s MitoSweet sugar substitute is designed to not only sweeten without the sugar, but also boost energy along the way. Easily dissolvable, MitoSweet powder is made with monk fruit for glucose-free sweetness. A pre-portioned teaspoon is included in the cannister for measuring. bulletproof.com