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Syrup & Sweetener

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Yacon Syrup

Yacon Syrup is a natural alternative sweetener, similar to honey, maple syrup, molasses, or sugar cane syrup. Grown in the Andes Mountains and used since pre-Inca times, this delicious sweetener is the perfect choice for beverages, cooking, cereal, baking, and other recipes.

How to Use

Use ¾ cup in place of 1 cup sugar for recipes. You may also need to reduce the amount of liquid, just as you would for honey.

Ingredients

Yacon Syrup (S. sonchifolius)

 


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NingXia Berry Syrup

This premium, all-purpose syrup combines wolfberries and citrus essential oils with other naturally sourced ingredients such as blueberry, plum, sweet cherry, aronia, and pomegranate. The smooth, warm vanilla extract complements the tangy berries and citrus flavors for a balanced, fruity syrup—and its versatility means that you’ll reach for it again and again.

Gary’s True Grit™ NingXia Berry Syrup’s delicious flavor will win over your family, and you’ll love that it’s made without high-fructose corn syrup or artificial coloring. Plus, the classic syrup bottle design is convenient to store in tight refrigerators and makes a beautiful addition to your family’s breakfast traditions.

Gary’s True Grit NingXia Berry Syrup uses:

  • Drizzle atop whole-grain pancakes or waffles made with Gary’s True Grit™ Einkorn or Gluten-Free Pancake and Waffle Mix.
  • Add to Slique® Shake, Pure Protein™ Vanilla Spice, or in your favorite smoothie for a touch of sweetness and extra flavor.
  • Use as a topping to your health-conscious desserts.
  • Add to recipes like those found in From Our Fields to Your Table: Young Living Cookbook

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Blue Agave Nectar

Blue Agave nectar is a delicious, natural sweetener preferred by health-conscious people for use in foods and beverages. It has a low glycemic index rating, making it ideal for those with special dietary needs and those who wish to avoid sucrose or artificial sweeteners. Substitute sugar or honey with Blue Agave at a ratio of approximately 1:3/4.

How to Use

Organic Blue Agave is much sweeter than sugar, but with a glycemic index of only 25 (sugar has a glycemic index of 68-85). In recipes, use 1/2 to 3/4 cup in place of 1 cup sugar. You may also need to reduce the amount of liquid, just as you would for honey. Use like honey in beverages or on cereal, bread, etc.
Comes in two sizes: 8 oz. and 32 oz.