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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

A Sweet Deal

This post brought to you by NECTRESSE™Sweetener. All opinions are 100% mine.

I love making desserts and banana pudding, rice pudding, and tapioca are high on the list. Since they have the tendency to be rather fattening, I replace the sugar in my recipes with sweetener and that has been working well so far.

Although it literally sweetens the pot, it does taste a little different then when using real sugar and I was therefore blown away when I applied NECTRESSE™Sweetener for the first time in my rice pudding; it was deliciously sweet and a quarter cup, instead of an entire cup of sweetener which I normally use, was more then enough.

Nectresse is available where you shop and online and since one packet of Nectresse equals two teaspoons of sugar, has zero calories per serving, and is the only 100% natural sweetener made from monk fruit extract, I didn't have to use much.

In case you like to try my recipe for rice pudding, which makes 8 servings, here it is:
3/4 cup white rice
1/4 cup (20 packs) Nectresse
1/2 cup golden raisins
Half a gallon of 2% reduced fat milk
1 tbsp vanilla extract

Put all the ingredients together in a large pot and bring to a boil, stirring constantly. Once it boils, reduce heat, cover and let simmer for 40 minutes, while stirring occasionally. When done, pour the pudding in a large bowl and let it cool. Stir it from time to time; this will prevent the pudding from skinning over.
It is a great breakfast and/or dessert and can be served both hot and cold.

NECTRESSE™ Sweetener is available in single-serve packets for easy use in your beverages or a canister with a multipurpose lid for quick sprinkling, pouring or spooning. Try a FREE sample of NECTRESSE™Sweetener and check out the recipes and other information on the site while you are there.

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The maker of Splenda® Sweeteners did an excellent job by combining the natural sweet extract from the monk fruit, a small green melon that has grown on lush vines in remote mountain regions in Asia for hundreds of years, with the perfect blend of other natural sweeteners.

They have a great fan in America's favorite journalist Lisa Ling

 who is also the NECTRESSE™ Sweetener spokesperson. Check out her video and what she has got to say about it.

One thing is for sure; I am sold and I have no doubt you will be too after you tried it!

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