Canderel Granular 75 g : Fine if taste isn’t too important

Canderel Granular 75 g : Fine if taste isn’t too important

I combination of great choice of product to buy, and from whom i bought it from.

Product has a strange taste with coffee (espresso) or for substitute as sugar in other products. I guess it comes down to the taste of each individual but we don’t use this in coffee. We use it in things like yogurt or breakfast cereals and possibly in cappuccino, due to the milk in it. Would not recommend if you are thinking that it can substitute sugar and give you the same sweet taste like cane sugar does.

Fine if taste isn’t too important. I’ve used it in tea and it has a slight aftertaste and fizzes a bit but is acceptable. It does not work for baking, even if you use 10% of the sugar amount. The bitter aftertaste and consistency didn’t work in my brownies at all. It doesn’t ressemble sugar grains but rather a traditional artificial sweetener – really light. It’s too expensive to keep experimenting so i’m not buying it again. Here are the specifications for the Canderel Granular 75 g:

  • Canderel green granular
  • Made from a single sweetener of natural origin
  • The delicious sweet taste of canderel green comes from reb a natural component of stevia

Item arrived much sooner than expected. Will certainly recommend this vendor for service to family, friends and colleagues, who like me are trying to lose a bit of weight.

Received quickly and product of good quality.

Reviews from purchasers :

  • Fine if taste isn’t too important
  • Good for less calories

Product has a strange taste with coffee (espresso) or for substitute as sugar in other products. I guess it comes down to the taste of each individual but we don’t use this in coffee. We use it in things like yogurt or breakfast cereals and possibly in cappuccino, due to the milk in it. Would not recommend if you are thinking that it can substitute sugar and give you the same sweet taste like cane sugar does.

Fine if taste isn’t too important. I’ve used it in tea and it has a slight aftertaste and fizzes a bit but is acceptable. It does not work for baking, even if you use 10% of the sugar amount. The bitter aftertaste and consistency didn’t work in my brownies at all. It doesn’t ressemble sugar grains but rather a traditional artificial sweetener – really light. It’s too expensive to keep experimenting so i’m not buying it again.

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