PSA: Zero calorie cupcake?December 18, 2007 at 7:25 AM | Posted in cupcakes | 8 Comments
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT!
Well not really since there’s more to cupcakes than just the “sugar” caloric content but Swerve boasts their sugar alternative product has/is:
· zero calorie / zero glycemic index
· perfect for cooking and baking
· no digestive discomfort
· safe for diabetics
· prebiotic activity
· does not cause tooth decay
One cupcakery in Dallas, TX put it to the test with their own cupcakes. “It is an incredibly moist cake. I think it’s so close you would never tell a difference.” However “…by the end of the day, the cupcakes had hardened.” Who wants hard cupcakes? Can you say 50% off at the end of the day? teehee.
Side note: There’s a store I sometimes buy baguettes from towards the end of the day because they bake them fresh every morning and don’t resell day old bread so any bread left at the end of the day is 50% off BUT their bread is still soft and yummy even at the end of the day. SCORE! and now you know my other dirty secret: Carb addict!
Maybe I’ll have to do my own taste test since Swerve is sold at Whole Foods, but at $13.99/lb (and no the decimal is not in the wrong place!), I might have to stick to my good ol traditional granulated and confectioner sugar until they come out with a “cheaper” healthy sugar alternative.
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