Nowadays, there are many available alternatives to white sugar, considered toxic to humans. These are the substitute sugars. The best known being cane sugar, stevia, coconut sugar, etc. But another natural sugar, with several benefits, is worth considering; date sugar.
Indeed, it is usually in their natural form that dates are most frequently consumed. You knew them elsewhere in trays, whole and sometimes even on their stems. Date sugar retains the good elements of dates and guarantees a sweet and sweet taste for your drinks and dairy products. Date sugar is made from 100% dehydrated dates, finely crushed into a granular powder, so all the nutritional benefits of the date are preserved: natural fibers, tannins, flavonoids, vitamins and minerals.
Unlike agave syrup, date sugar is untreated and unrefined. In appearance and taste, date sugar resembles white sugar but it is rounder and sweeter, with a very subtle hint of caramel that will delight your palates. Particularly appreciated for drinks and baking, the sweetening power of date sugar is more important than other substitutes. Similar to conventional sugar by its texture, date sugar will bring new aromas to your creams and pastries, while respecting a natural composition. Date sugar has a fairly low glycemic index compared to other sugars. Crystallized date sugar gives you the “good” sugar without the harm.