Which sweetener is best for cooking?

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  1. jenxy

    jenxy Full Member

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    Also where can I buy it? I have found a low syn recipe for strawberry cupcakes on the site and we have a picnic theme taster evening next week. Would like to try and make these at 2 1/2 syns each.
     
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    I use tescos own table top sweetner
     
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    Any sucralose based sweetener will be best -such as splenda- Tesco & Aldi both have their own brand versions which are a lot cheaper
     
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    Thanks for the replies, there is an Aldi not far from me, will swish in there tomorrow.
     
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    yeah any supermarkets own but try to avoid aspartame based sweetener to cook with , tesco now sells a sucrose based one :)
     
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