If you’re reading this, then you already know that sugars are bad for you. Honey is probably the most well-known alternative but sometimes, it just doesn’t work for some people. Be it the taste or something else, we’ve rounded up a few other options for you to try out.
This natural sweetener is made from fresh juicy dates, bursting with the honey-caramel taste of this exotic fruit, and full of natural goodness. Silan is a traditional Middle Eastern date syrup, prepared by slowly cooking and filtering the dates to create a rich and delicious liquid sweetener. Use Silan as a replacement for sugar or honey, in all your favourite baked goods and smoothies.
Chaloner’s Grade A Maple Syrup is the perfect golden and delicious topping for yoghurt and granola, or for more decadent indulgences like waffles and pancakes. Chaloner maple syrups are the real deal – there’s no corn syrup, no artificial flavouring, no unwanted additives in the mix. Maple syrup makes a wholesome alternative to processed sugars and artificial sweeteners.
This rich golden syrup is derived from 100% organically grown coconuts, to bring you a natural sweetener that’s versatile and vegan-friendly. NaturGreen Coconut Syrup can be used in baked
This oh-so-sweet agave nectar is a great alternative to table sugar and artificial sweeteners. Made from 100% organic agave succulents, Biona Light Agave Syrup has a low GI and won’t cause your blood sugar to spike. It’s suitable for vegans and great for those on low-sugar diets. Stir it into coffee and tea, or use it to sweeten your favourite baked goods.