We love coconut sweeteners for their caramel flavour and their environmental sustainability. Coconut sugar is easily substituted for cane sugar and coconut nectar can be used like any other syrup sweetener. Coconut sweeteners are less refined than cane sugar and have a lower GI of 35.
Coconut sweeteners are not only a delicious substitute for cane sugar, they’re a better choice for the environment. Coconut trees can produce more sugar per hectare than sugar cane. Plus, coconut sugar is less processed than regular cane sugar, which means there’s no need for solvents, bleaches, or chemicals.
Coconut sugar is made from the nectar of coconut blossoms. The nectar is collected and reduced so that it crystalizes. Coconut sugar is an excellent substitute for cane sugar as it’s like brown sugar in both taste and consistency. It can be used in baking, to sweeten your Herbal Tea or sprinkled on your morning Granola – super easy.
Coconut nectar is collected from coconut blossoms and is completely unrefined. It can be used just like maple syrup or honey – simply drizzle it on pancakes or add to your favourite desserts for a delicious caramel sweetness.