Nectresse Natural No Calorie Sweetener Giveaway (closed)

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Nectresse is a new no calorie sweetener from the makers of Splenda. It is made from a combination of Monk Fruit extract, erythritol, sugar and molasses. Save your calories without sacrificing the sweet flavor you love.

Since Nectresse is concentrated you will use less per serving than sugar. If you like your coffee with a teaspoon of sugar, then you would use 1/4 teaspoon of Nectresse. It can be substituted for sugar in many non candy recipes as well, check out the recipes below.

Morning blend: Kick-start your mornings with a fresh fruit smoothie, without the added sugar. Sprinkle NECTRESSE™ Natural No Calorie Sweetener into your blender with assorted berries, low fat yogurt and ice. Blend and enjoy!

Mid-day snack: Top your favorite low fat Greek yogurt with a handful of fresh-cut strawberries and a sprinkling of NECTRESSE™ Natural Natural No Calorie Sweetener.

Drink up: Mix 5 cups water, 1 cup fresh lemon juice and ¼ cup of NECTRESSE™ Natural No Calorie Sweetener in a pitcher; garnish with fresh mint sprigs and lemon slices, and serve over ice.

A sweeter entrée: Tomato sauce, barbeque sauce, glazes and salad dressings no longer have to be sugary and calorie-laden. Substitute NECTRESSE™ Natural No Calorie Sweetener into your hearty homemade recipes.

How much sugar are you consuming each day? The recommended amount for women is 6 teaspoons each day. Why not save yourself the calories and try Nectresse?

 

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  1. Heather! says

    I will use it primarily for my coffee, but I’d love to try baking with it, too!
    Thanks!
    h4schaffer at gmail dot com

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