In my last post, I reviewed Swerve Sweetener. For details of what this product is exactly and my review on flavor and performance, check here.
As promised, I am reviewing their newest product, Swerve Brown. It is their version of brown sugar.
I won’t rehash all the facts about Swerve, you can check that out in my last post.
I received a free package of Swerve Brown at the GFAF Expo in order to try it and give my opinion.
erythritol, prebiotic oligosaccharides, vegetable glycerin, fruit juice concentrate (for color) and natural flavors.
- looks like brown sugar
- packs like brown sugar
- tastes very close to brown sugar
- it is the equivalent of light brown sugar, not dark brown.
Use it 1 to 1 for brown sugar in a recipe.
Today I tested it in cookie recipes. I made grain-free chocolate chip cookies, as well as gluten-free pfeffernusse.
You can’t tell it isn’t brown sugar. The cookies tasted great.
I was very pleased with this product and plan on using it often. Next, I plan on trying it in some crumb topping.
- it’s just like brown sugar
- substitute 1 to 1
- no calories
- no impact carbs
- not readily available yet
- not quite as sweet as brown sugar, but close
Where to buy:
- Black Forest Acres
- The Fresh Market
for other stores near you, check their store locator.
This will become a regular in my pantry.
**I strive to give an honest opinion and accurate information. All information was accurate at the time of publishing.