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Zsweet All Natural Zero Calorie Sweetener, 1.5-Pound Pouches (Pack of 2)

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  • Won't raise blood sugar, Zero calories, 100% Natural, Kosher, Vegan
  • Sugar-Free, Gluten-Free, Zero Net-Carbs, Zero Glycemic Impact, GMO-Free, Natural, No Artificial Ingredients
  • 100% Natural
  • Kosher certified

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Contains no known allergens

Ingredients
Erythritol (natural sweetener), natural flavors

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Product Description

Zsweet is a zero calorie, all natural sweetener with a taste close to sugar. It is perfect for baking or sprinkling on food. Zsweet will not raise blood sugar, so it is a healthy sweetener for people with diabetes and individuals with blood sugar issues. Safe sweetener for hCG dieters.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 3.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001EO6FPU
  • UPC: 893448001063 885457011300 881428311707
  • Item model number: 12-501
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (93 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,560 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

It taste just like sugar with out the same effects.
Joan Mussington
After trying many different "natural" sweeteners or sugar substitutes, Z Sweet is the best out there.
George Buttle
It is a versatile sweetener tastes exactly like sugar with no aftertaste.
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57 of 57 people found the following review helpful By barkleybagadonuts on April 1, 2013
Zsweet is by far the best tasting erythritol product available. Most of the recipes I've found, call for Swerve (erythritol) however, which has an aftertaste to me. Surprisingly, Zsweet is made from rebaudiana leaf extract, which is where Stevia comes from. However, Stevia also has a terrible aftertaste whereas Zsweet has none. Since Zsweet is made from Erythritol, which is a sugar alcohol, it can have a cooling effect. But depending on your recipe, it may or may not be noticeable and you might even like it that way. I've used it successfully in baked goods and lemonade (the crystals don't dissolve right away in cold liquids so I make it at night and they're dissolved the next morning). I did notice the cooling effect however, in a frosting/glaze whereby Erythiritol (Zsweet) was the primary ingredient. Another notable item is that Erythritol is about 70% as sweet as sugar so you have to add a bit more to your recipe if you want it sweeter. The bonus though, is that it has a 0 Glycemic Index which is fabulous for diabetics, weight watchers, and people who are adversely affected by sugar (including behavioral issues and memory retention).

In an effort to find great sugar alternatives, some friends and I sat down together and tried various natural sweeteners. Here's what we found: 1) Zsweet (erythritol) tasted the best. 2) Swerve (erythritol) had an aftertaste. 3) Xylosweet (xylitol) tasted great too. 4) Just Like Sugar Table Top Sweetener (chicory root) tasted alright but had some aftertaste. 5) Coconut sugar crystals (or palm sugar) tasted great - sort of like a brown sugar but not as moist. There's also a liquid form in a can. Some of my taste testers now use coconut sugar in their coffee. Coconut sugar has a glycemic index of 35 - not high but not as low as other sweeteners.
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43 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Wally on July 14, 2010
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My mom and I are both diabetics and have tried every sweetener out there. Zsweet is by far the best. There are a few that I could use but my mother never found one that she could stand the taste of. This one passes her taste test with fling colors. She uses it to bake cookies, make jello and to sweeten even her first cup of coffee. It did not pass her cake test (it came out more like brownies), but she has read up on different ways to make it more cake like and will try again.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By George Buttle on August 22, 2009
After trying many different "natural" sweeteners or sugar substitutes, Z Sweet is the best out there. It has no after taste and works and tastes just like sugar. I highly recommend it to anyone who can't take sugar and doesn't want an artificial, man made substitute.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By C. Sharpguy on September 30, 2010
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This stuff works well as a sweetener and is a great replacement for sugar, splenda, equal, etc. You will go through the bag fairly quickly as it's not quite as sweet as sugar.

It gives off a little minty cooling effect as it's dissolving and a little of that taste remains. It can be distracting in certain beverages, enhance others, and be unnoticeable in others. For the most part though, it will sweeten without too many compromises.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Scott Turner on August 16, 2010
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I've been searching for a low/no cal sweetener, and liked the what I read about erythritol as a potential option. I specifically liked that it seemed that erythritol is metabolized in a way that helped prevent or reduce gastric issues. Unfortunately, this was not the case for me. I did a pretty strictly controlled introduction of iced tea sweetened with erythritol into my diet, and both times I tried it I had significant gastric issues.

Maybe I'm overly sensitive to it, or something, but I had to move on and look for other options. The taste was pretty good, though - not exactly like sugar, and the cooling effect is certainly noticeable, but not unpleasant.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Autumn Hill on April 23, 2012
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I cannot stand artificial sweeteners. All of them. They leave a nasty, noticiable aftertaste that lasts some time, and my beverage consumption was pretty much limited to water and unsweetened iced tea. I drank unsweetened coffee, but didn't enjoy it much.

I read an artificial sweetener review in Cook's Illustrated. They had great things to say about Zsweet in beverages...calling it "brilliant". Sure...uhuh.... I thought. Doubt it! But I tried it anyway. I was delighted to find out they were right. In coffe, tea, and homemade lemon or limeade, sprinkled over strawberries, I can't tell the difference between sugar and Zsweet. It really is...brilliant!

Two things to note, because erythritol is only 70% as sweet as sugar, I use more of it than I would sugar. But 25% more of zero calories is still zero calories! I've tried it as a sweetener in whipped cream, and it makes the whipped cream gritty.

It seems silly to say that a product enhanced my quality of life... but I'm enjoying two important things again (coffee and tea) that I had not in some time.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Joan Mussington on February 6, 2010
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Zsweet is a great product. It taste just like sugar with out the same effects. I have it in my coffee & I made limeade with it. No cravings like sugar.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By D Wright on January 20, 2013
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Sprinkle on food such as fruit - good. Use in drinks such as lemonade, tea, smoothies - good. As a substitute for sugar in baked foods = not good. I made brownies and they did not taste sweet in a cup for cup substitution for sugar (also very pricey). The brownies were more like unsweetened chocolate cake when eaten warm from the oven. However the next morning they were hard as a rock and had a strange crystallization texture - tossed them out and will not attempt any further baking with this product. After that unsuccessful baking experience I did go to the company website to review their baked goods recipes and notice that most use some actual sugar with zsweet only partially substituting for sugar in a recipe.

Also in both the drinks and the brownies there is a "cool" sensation on the tongue briefly after eating or drinking z sweet sweetened items. While this is not unpleasant, it is different and noticeable.

I did not have any strange aftertaste or digestive problems with this product as I do if I ingest splenda etc. Once in awhile I do not see the artificial products on an ingredient list and unintentionally eat a food with an artificial sweetener. It gives me digestion fits so I go back and see on the label listed the artificial sweetener.

To summarize - I will use to sweeten drinks. I will not use for any further baking adventures.
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