For a sweet alternative to sugar, without the bitterness of sweeteners, a fruit-based source of sugar can help you cut calories and stay healthy. Sweet Freedom is the latest product on the health food market, with 25% fewer calories than sugar.
It’s made only from fruit - just apples, grapes and carob - so it has only 23g of fructose per 100g, far lower than sugar at 50g, honey at 40g and agave syrup at 90g.
Just like sugar, it can be used in baking, squeezed onto pancakes, spread on toast like honey or even used to glaze a Sunday roast. The squeezy bottle has a drip-free cap for ease of use.
Sweet Freedom costs £2.99, available from Tesco, Waitrose, Ocado, Booths, Holland & Barrett, Selfridges, Whole Foods and health food stores nationwide.