Crowdtap is a website where you participate to try different products for free. I wanted to try this new healthy sugar for my readers and myself. I was excited to try the new Splenda Naturals stevia sweetener. I was given two small packets as samples to try with my everyday meals or drinks.
I wish we had been given more than just two samples, but I should not complain because it is a free sample after all.
I really like how Splenda has a variety of different options for their sugar.
These Splenda sugars are called Splenda Naturals because it is made with natural sugars from the Stevia leaf. It is a healthier form of sugar that would not give you any form of cancer or problems.
Is great to take with you along anywhere you go, even at your local coffee shop or anywhere in your pocket, so you can have that yummy taste and healthy sugar with you to put into your coffee, tea, or other beverages in need of sugar.
I tried the sample on my favorite drinks such as ice tea with a lemon wedge. I only needed one packet to sweeten a 16-ounce glass of tea.
The benefits of Splenda Naturals stevia sweetener is that it has no calories, has no bitter aftertaste, has no added flavor or colors, has no preservatives, and is made only with non-GMO ingredients, which means it has no genetically modified organisms or food.
Splenda Naturals stevia sweetener has crystals that are tiny and melts in your mouth without the powder taste like other sweeteners. The granules are like real sugar but do not have that disgusting aftertaste as other sweeteners that I had to settle for due to the powder aftertaste.
I will start using this natural sweetener for now on in my baking and cooking. I have used so many other sweeteners, but I ideally would prefer to use a much more natural sweetener.
Taste: It tastes light and sweet.
Touch and feel: It looks and feels like granules.
Scent: It has a sweet fresh scent.
You can get your very own Splenda Naturals in the small packets on-the-go here or the Splenda Naturals in a Jar here.
Will this be your next favorite sweetener? It is now part of my sweetener collection. Do you have a sweetener collection at your own home? Let me know in the comments section.