Sugar free powdered sugar with cinnamon flavour
Steviala Frost Cinnamon is a stevia powdered sugar with cinnamon flavour. By using this sweetener, you can give a delicious cinnamon flavor to your dishes. You can use this sugar free powdered sugar in recipes where you would normally use regular powdered sugar. For example, how about a sugar free glaze with cinnamon flavor on your low carb and sugar free cinnamon rolls? Mix a few tablespoons of Steviala Frost Cinnamon with some milk or water for a delicious sugar free glaze with cinnamon flavour. Or give a delicious finishing touch with cinnamon flavour to these sugar free mini apple pies. Our stevia powdered sugar with cinnamon flavour is versatile and turns the simplest dishes into a real treat!
Suitable for diabetics
Steviala Frost Cinnamon is made of steviol glycosides and erythritol. It therefore does not contain any artificial sweeteners. In addition, it also does not contain calories or carbs. Besides this, our original recipe ensures that our stevia powdered sugar is very suitable for people with diabetes or people who watch their sugars levels. This Frost with cinnamon flavour does not cause fluctuations in your blood sugar levels and is even suitable for children. In this way, everyone can enjoy delicious baked goods with cinnamon flavour.
Baking with Steviala Frost Cinnamon
This cinnamon flavoured Frost is twice as sweet as regular powdered sugar. So one package of Frost Cinnamon will last twice as long as regular powdered sugar. You can also use Steviala Frost Cinnamon in both hot and cold dishes. The structure of stevia powdered sugar ensures that the sugar substitute is very suitable for dishes that don't have to be baked. By stirring well, this stevia powdered sugar with cinnamon flavour dissolves without any lumps. Finally, Steviala Frost Cinnamon has no aftertaste. Just like all the other Steviala products by the way!
In addition to the Steviala Frost with cinnamon flavour, we also offer stevia powdered sugar with orange flavour. Which flavour is your favourite?