It is well known that we have an inner tendency to sweet foods since the earliest days of life. The fight against an overwhelming desire for sweet snacks is not easy, but with a little adjustment and the proper substitutions, we can completely remove sugar from our diet and be much healthier. We bring you a list of foods that are the best replacement for refined sugar.
Honey is an excellent substitute for sugar in almost all recipes. If the recipe says you should use one tablespoon of sugar, it will be enough half or three-quarters of tablespoons of honey.
Maple syrup is an excellent match in cakes and pies, sweet puree, creamy desserts and as a topping for pancakes and fruit. Here is the recipe 1 cup of sugar is replaced with 2/3 to 3/4 cup of maple syrup, and it is necessary to reduce the proportion of liquid also.
Stevia contains no calories, but be careful, in your favorite dessert add only a small amount because it is 300 to 400 times sweeter than refined sugar.
Mashed banana and apple can satisfy the desire for sweets, while ensuring plenty of fiber, vitamins and minerals.
Agave syrup contains 70% fructose and 20% glucose so it provides a very sweet taste and a lower glycemic index. Excellent fit in a variety of drinks and creamy desserts, puddings and porridge.