I am not diabetic but my Mom is so I am always looking for products that she might like. Nature’s Hollow has products that are sugar-free and they tasted great. They use a natural sweetener called Xylitol which is a 5-carbon sugar alcohol that is ideal for diabetics or anyone else looking to decrease their sugar intake.
Nature’s Hollow has a number of different products and I was able to try a few. The first are the great tasting jams. I tired the Raspberry Sugar-Free Jam Preserves and it was great – you could taste all the fresh fruit that Nature’s Hollow uses. I could not tell that it was a sugar free product. They also have Apricot, Mountain Berry, Peach, Strawberry and Wild Blueberry ~ what a great selection. Your family wouldn’t miss the sugar in these jam preserves.
I also received some Sugar-Free Ketchup and I have tasted other sugar-free ketchup at my Mom’s and they are not to good tasting. Nature’s Hollow was the best tasting low-carb ketchup that I have tasted. I would use it on a regular bases.
The next item I tried was the Sugar-Free Honey and I thought there is no way this will taste any good and what a surprise it tasted like honey! I have used it in some of my recipes and really could not tell that it was sugar free.
The last item was the Maple Sugar-Free Syrup. This too was very good. It was some of the best sugar-free syrup I have had. The syrup comes in Maple and Raspberry.
I was really happy to find Nature’s Hallow and all their good tasting products. I am getting some of the products for my Mom I am sure she will love them too. If you are diabetics or just looking at decreasing your sugar intake you can purchase your own Nature’s Hollow Products HERE. You can also connect with Nature’s Hollow on Facebook.
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