SPLENDA No Calorie Sweetener Granular, 9.7-Ounce Resealable Bags (Pack of 2)

Use Splenda No Calorie Sweetener, Granulated just like sugar – it measures cup for cup when used in cooking, baking, and beverages. With Splenda, you are significantly reducing the calories and carbohydrate that sugar adds!A cup of Splenda Granulated Sweetener has 678 fewer calories than a cup of sugar, so with Splenda Sweetener Products you can have your cake and eat it too!

SPLENDA No Calorie Sweetener GranulatedSPLENDA no calorie sweetener, granulated can be used just like sugar–it measures cup for cup when used in cooking, baking, and beverages. It can be used virtually anywhere sugar is used and it stays sweet at high temperatures, so it can be used in cooking and baking and works best in recipes where it replaces sugar’s sweetness. With SPLENDA, you are significantly reducing the calories and carbohydrate that sugar adds! A cup of SPLENDA granulated sweetener has 678 fewer calories than a cup of sugar, so with SPLENDA sweetener products you can have your cake and eat it too! It has less than 1 gram of carbohydrate and less than 5 calories per serving, which meets FDA’s standards for no-calorie foods. This is sold in a pack of two 9.7-ounce resealable bags.

SPLENDAAbout SPLENDA
SPLENDA is the commercial name and registered trade mark of a sucralose-based artificial sweetener derived from sugar, owned by the British company Tate & Lyle. Sucralose was discovered by Tate & Lyle and researchers at Queen Elizabeth College, University of London, in 1976. Tate & Lyle subsequently developed sucralose-based SPLENDA products in partnership with McNeil Nutritionals LLC.

Life is sweet–and SPLENDA sweetener products make it even sweeter, by giving you a delicious alternative to sugar. Use it just about anywhere sugar is used and you will discover why it is America’s favorite no calorie sweetener. SPLENDA no calorie sweetener is used inmore U.S. households than Equal and Sweet ‘N Low sweeteners combined.

Sweeten beverages, cook, bake, and sprinkle with SPLENDA–enjoy the sweetness with no added sugar!

Product Features

  • Has less than 1 gram of carbohydrate and less than 5 calories per serving, which meets FDA’s standards for no-calorie foods.
  • Is available in cartons containing the sweetness equivalency of one and two pounds of sugar and a Baker’s Bag containing the sweetness equivalency of 5 lbs of sugar.
  • Can be used virtually anywhere sugar is used.
  • Stays sweet at high temperatures, so it can be used in cooking and baking and works best in recipes where it replaces sugar’s sweetness.
  • Does not promote tooth decay

 

2 thoughts on “SPLENDA No Calorie Sweetener Granular, 9.7-Ounce Resealable Bags (Pack of 2)

  1. Always hits the spot I love Splenda and I love getting it in a big bag. As a good ole Oklahoma girl, I live for my iced tea. And my tea MUST be sweet, but sugar isn’t an option. So SPLENDA to the rescue. We use it in everything and are learning new ways to use it every day because my Daddy has developed diabetes. The big bags are often out at our local grocery store, so finding them at Amazon with our Amazon PRIME takes care of that problem!

  2. S P L E N D I F O R O U S ! This is THE perfect sugar-substitute! In fact, in the book, HOW THE RICH STAY THIN, the author, (a New York City Park Avenue MD), states the following little rhyme: “First we were pink Then we were blue….. Now we’re yellow, through and through!”Splenda is that rare item made BETTER by a bit of (semi) genetic engineering. Don’t be afraid though – no other product is combined with sugar to make Splenda Granulated. As mentioned in “How Splenda Is Made”, above, hydrogen atoms are removed from the sugar molecule, and replced byChloride atoms. This process takes away 99% (or is that 100%?) of the caloric value of the sugar! : ) And what they say is TRUE: It’s made from Sugar, so it TASTES like sugar!Although it is msore expensive to buy SPLENDA Granulated, (in bags), it may well be worth it, if you have diabetes. I have noticed that the carry-with-you PACKET version of SPLENDA, contains DEXTROSE…..another form of sugar. That, (I believe), is why SPLENDA in packets is a “free food” for diabetics, for up to four packets……only. (Any food ingredient ending in “…ose” is asugar.) “Sucralose” is the name given to “SPLENDA’S” semi-genetically-engineered sugar…..so of course it is one of the ingredients, in both forms of SPLENDA — ending, of course, in -OSE. But DEXTROSE appears as an ingredient ONLY in the packet form of SPLENDA. It’s NOT in the bag form!When I mentioned all this to a SPLENDA represntative, she said it was definitely OK to use the bagged form for sweetening drinks, as well as for baking. But that the bagged form will FIZZ, slightly, when put into drinks. This is normal….but somewhat of a shock if you’re not prepared for it. So — be prepared!As it is so much more expensive to use the bagged , (baking) SPLENDA granuals for sweetening drinks, than the “carry-with you” packets, (and since I was somehow able to lose 40 pounds — due in no small part to my use of SPLENDA! –and so (horray!), lose my incipient, “Type 3” diabetes), I find I can use both kinds of SPLENDA, with no ill-effects. I find I buy one 700 packet SPLENDA, to every 3 or 4 large packages of granulated, bagged SPLENDA, that I buy.Recently, (in the 400 PACKET container), the people at SPLENDA have come up with some cute, clever little sayings that uplift the mood, and often bring a smile to one’s lips. Examples: “It’s better to have sprinkled and lost than never to have sprinkled at all”. “Have A Sprinkle And A Smile.” “One small yellow packet for man, one giant smile for mankind.” “Let Your Creative Sprinkles Flow”,The people who make SPLENDA are both genuises, (finding a way to replace hydrogen atoms with chloride atoms), and creative, (see clever sayings, above.) Maybe not the same people — but they all work for the same company. My mounth curves up, (in a smile!) to them! : )

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