Thursday, August 9, 2012

Nectresse Sweetner Product Review {and a free recipe!!}

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Nectresse™ Sweetener for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

I love condemints, sweetners, and just about anything else that I can add to food. I'm the kind of girl that likes a little bit of coffee with her cream and sugar, a steak is not a steak unless it is swimming in A-1 or Hienze 57, and my popcorn has to be smothered in butter and salt.

This year Hubby and I decided that we needed to start eating healthier. We started growing our own fruits and vegtables, cut high fructose corn syrup from our diet and our most recent change involves cutting back on red meat. We are still a work in progress but I can honestly say that I am eating healthier now than I was this time last year. However, I am still having trouble cutting back on the condiments and sweetners. The biggest problem I have is sugar!! My biggest downfall is tea. I drink sweet tea by the gallon during the summer and when winter rolls around I can't get enough chi tea, I tried cutting back on the amount of sugar I used in my tea, I tried replacing the sugar with honey, I even tried stevia. No matter what I tried, it just wasn't the same.

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When I was first asked to do a post for nectresse I was not familiar with the product. I did some quick research to see if this was really something that I wanted to add to my diet. When I discovered that it is the only 100% natural sweetener made from fruit, I knew that it was definitly worth looking into. The ingredients used in NECTRESSE™Sweetener can be found on their website. Monk fruit extract, molasses, sugar & erythritol. I was not familiar with was erythritol and it didn't sound to great but after further reading, I learned that it is an all natural sugar alcohol that is naturally fermented and found in many fruits and vegetables.

I also found that NECTRESSE™Sweetener is 150 times sweeter than sugar, and can be used in cooking or baking to a zero calorie per serving sweetness to beverages or a variety of recipes.

NECTRESSE™Sweetener can be found at your local grocery or drug store. It comes in packets (40 packets for $3.99) perfect for keeping in your purse to use on the go, or in a canister (140 servings for $6.99) with a multipurpose lid for sprinkling, pouring or spooning.

Lisa Ling is the spokesperson for NECTRESSE™Sweetener. With a family history of diabetes she has always been cautious about her sugar intake and relied on no calorie sweetners to satisfy her sweet tooth. Watch the video below as she explains her love for the product.

It sounds almost too good to be true. I couldn't wait to get a hold of this product and try it out for myself. The day I recieved the product it was raining and the temp dropped down to 83*. Here in AZ thats pretty darn close to freezing!! So I decided to test out the NECTRESSE™Sweetener in a warm cup of chi tea.

If you have never had traditional chi tea before, you must try it. It is delicious!! To make your own traditional chie tea you will need

  • 1 chi tea tea bag
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • 3/4 cup water

This will make 1 (small) serving. I usually make 4 servings for my husband and I. Put all the ingredients into a small pot and turn it on high. Stir occasionally and keep a very close eye on it because once it starts to boil the milk will cause it to rise and overflow resulting in a huge mess. As soon as it starts to boil remove your pot from the heat and let your tea steep for an aditional 3-5 minutes. After steeping, remove the tea bags, add NECTRESSE™Sweetener to taste, and serve.

It was delicious!! I thought the tea tasted sweeter with the NECTRESSE™Sweetener than it does with normal sugar. My husband, however, said that he could not taste a difference. I am excited to have finally found a product that I love and still tastes great. I can not wait to try baking with it!!NECTRESSE™SweetenerProduct

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