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Don’t like honey? Try these natural alternatives instead

Two Glass Jars of Honey

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.

Silan Date Syrup

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.

Silan Natural Date Syrup Honey Alternative

Chaloner Dark Amber Maple Syrup

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.

Chaloner Maple Syrup Honey Alternative

Naturgreen Coconut Syrup

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 goods, or enjoyed as a heavenly topping over pancakes or ice cream. Coconut nectar is a plant-based alternative to honey, and a more wholesome natural substitute for processed sugars and artificial sweeteners.

Naturgreen Coconut Syrup Honey Alternative

Biona Organic Agave Syrup Light

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.

Biona Agave Syrup Honey Alternative

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