Granulated white sugar has actually been refined about 6 times. The average American consumes about 60 pounds of granulated white sugar per year.
If you want to make the transition to whole foods, have you ever tried to make recipes calling for granulated white sugar with whole food replacements?
Substituting sweeteners can be really difficult. Especially if you are using a liquid sweetener such as honey in the place of a dry sweetener such as granulated white sugar.
Making the substitution to whole food sweeteners is definitely worth it since many whole food sweeteners offer more than just sweetness to your recipe. Most whole food sweeteners offer trace minerals and other nutrients.
No sweetener is ever going to be perfect. But making the switch to a whole food sweetener can upgrade your sweet tooth fix.
If you are interested in trying to use more whole food sweeteners, but don’t know where to start, I’ve got a FREE printable for you! Download and print the Whole Food Replacements for Sugar Baking Guide.
I like to keep my baking guide on the inside of my kitchen cabinets like I keep my How to Cook Grains Cheat Sheet. That way I always know where it is and I can easily read it while baking.
Hopefully you will find that using this Whole Food Replacements for Sugar Baking Guide can help make granulated white sugar a thing of your kitchen past.