I am always looking for ways to reduce my sugar intake, especially around the holiday’s where it seems like a challenge to avoid. As a result I found myself on the hunt for healthy substitutes. I have tried my fair share of sugar alternatives and most have left a horrible taste in my mouth. I knew if I could find the perfect substitute I could get my husband to try that in his coffee instead of the sugar he stirs in for every cup. So you can imagine my excitement when I got the opportunity to try Nevella No Calorie Sweeters. I was definitely ready to try this challenge!
Nevella Sweeteners are much different than your typical sweetener because they are liquid! I will never go back to the powered form again. One squirt equals one teaspoon of sugar, so you simply squeeze the amount you would like to add to your beverage and you are ready to drink. Yes, you read that right! Because of it’s liquid form, there is no stirring needed! The best part? You don’t need to worry about sugar granules at the bottom of your cup. Nothing like getting down to the bottom only to get a mouth full sugar during your last sip.
Nevella makes three different types of liquid sweeteners: Stevia, Sucralose and Monk Fruit! They also make them in an adorable miniature To-Go form! Perfect for when you are traveling as they do not need to be refrigerated. I love how I can order my unsweetened tea and add in the perfect amount of sweet that I want when I am on the go!
Among the things I talked about above, there are other benefits to Nevella. All Nevella liquid sweeteners are:
- Gluten Free
- Calorie Free
- Carbohydrate Free
- Perfect substitute for people with diabetes
I took the Sweetness To Go Challenge using Nevella To Go. These handy little bottles fit perfectly in your purse or pocket, come in stevia, monk fruit, and sucralose varieties, and best of all, they’re calorie, carbohydrate, and guilt free! Take the Sweetness To Go Challenge yourself and click here to get your $1 off coupon!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Nevella. The opinions and text are all mine.