Baking with Splenda

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Re: Baking with Splenda

New postby Pudge99 on Mon Oct 29, 2007 11:09 pm


I get migraines from Equal and Sweet and Low but amazingly I have no troubles with Splenda.

My MIL was notorious for not telling me until after I have eaten it that something has artificial sweetener. As it will only be them coming I won't worry about labelling. :twisted:
There is no way I would make something to share at work, school or church that I didn't label.
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Re: Baking with Splenda

New postby temom on Fri Nov 02, 2007 7:35 pm

I had been using the splenda for about 2 years before I had any problems, then it hit like a ton of bricks. Now I can't use it. Oh well, it was fun while it lasted. I still have 2 splenda cook books on my shelf. If anyone wants them, they can have them for the price of postage.
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Re: Baking with Splenda

New postby Patty22 on Sat Nov 03, 2007 1:22 pm ... tegoryID=8

This is the pumpkin pie recipe from the American Diabetes Association website. They have lots of recipes and they give the nutritional breakdown (which might be more helpful than just a regular recipe) If you notice, they only put 2 T of brown sugar.

I just put less sugar and have been skipping the Splenda when baking.... as I use to do the Splenda route. I found the Splenda just got too expensive and didn't make anything taste better. Once you start eliminating the amount of sugar it isn't missed as much in some recipes.

I think the less artifical ingredients you use is the healtier route.
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