Pure crystalline fructose. Sweeter than sugar. A little goes a long way! A sodium free food. No bitter after taste. Estee Fructose is also available in convenient single-serving packets - 50 individual 3-gram packets per box. Fructose is a delicious alternative to ordinary table sugar (sucrose). It is the predominant sweetener found in honey, fruits and berries. Estee Fructose is 100% Pure Crystalline Fructose made from corn. It has a clean, sweet taste with absolutely no bitter aftertaste! Estee Fructose is a versatile sweetener that can be used just like sugar. You can cook with it, bake with it, or sprinkle it on cereals or fruit. And, since it's sweeter than sugar, a little bit goes a long way! The Estee Pledge: The Estee family of quality food products is trusted worldwide by people with diabetes and others who are concerned about nutrition. For over 50 years, Estee has pledged to make superior-tasting, nutritionally appropriate foods to enhance a healthy diet. - Your Friends at Estee. Exchange information: 1 level teaspoon = free food exchange. 4 level teaspoons = 1 fruit exchange.
10 oz (283 g) x 6
71 per pack
How to Use Fructose in Recipes: For jams and jellies, baked breads (Reduce oven temperature by 25 degrees F. Baking time may increase 5-10 minutes), cookies (Reduce oven temperature by 25 degrees F. Baking time may increase 5-10 minutes), pies (Reduce oven temperature by 25 degrees F. Baking time may increase 5-10 minutes), fruit desserts and puddings, the general rule is use 1/3 less fructose than you would sugar. For cakes (Reduce oven temperature by 25 degrees F. Baking time may increase 5-10 minutes), the results can vary from recipe to recipe. You may get better results by using the same amount of fructose as sugar, or by using a cake recipe that was specifically developed for fructose. How to Use 1/3 Less Sugar: If the Recipe Calls For: 1 tablespoon sugar: Use 2 teaspoons fructose; 1/4 cup sugar: 3 tablespoons fructose; 1/2 cup sugar: 5 tablespoons fructose; 3/4 cup sugar: 1/2 cup fructose; 1 cup sugar: 2/3 cup fructose; 1-1/2 cups sugar: 1 cup fructose; 2 cups sugar: 1-1/3 cups fructose; 3 cups sugar: 2 cups fructose. Sprinkle Fructose On: Hot Cereal: 1/2 cup serving size: 1 level tsp of fructose; Cold Cereals: 1/2-1 cup serving size: 1 Level tsp of Fructose; Cold beverages: 8 oz (1 cup) serving size: 1/2-1 tsp of Fructose or to taste; Hot Beverages: 6 oz serving size: Same as a sugar (sucrose); Fruits and Berries: 1/2 cup serving size: 1/2-1 tsp of Fructose or to taste.
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