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    • Sugar Equivalents

      * Use only after cooking or in uncooked dishes. (Sugar equivalents for various brand names of sugar substitutes are listed for your convenience only and not as an endorsement).
      We currently do not Endorse the use of ANY Faux/Fake Sugar substitutes, we do recommend Stevia, Cane Sugar and Homegrown Beet Sugar (which unfortunately is NOT a good option for diabetics).

      Brand Name
      • Adolph's (powder) Substitution For Sugar
      • Equal (powder)*
      • Fasweet (liquid)
      • Splenda Sugar Blend or Brown Sugar Blend
      • Sucaryl (liquid)
      • Sugar Twin (powder)
      • Sugar Twin, Brown (powder)
      • Superose (liquid)
      • Sweet N' Low (powder)
      • Sweet N' Low, Brown (powder)
      • Sweet Magic (powder)
      • Sweet One
      • Sweet-10 Zero-Cal (liquid)



      Adolph's (powder) Substitution For Sugar

      2 shakes of jar = 1 rounded tsp sugar
      1/4 tsp =1 tbl sugar
      1 tsp =1/4 cup sugar
      2 1/2 tsps =2/3 cup sugar
      1 tbl =3/4 cup sugar
      4 tsps =1 cup sugar


      Equal (powder)*

      1 pkt= 2 tsps


      Fasweet (liquid):

      1/8 tsp= 1 tsp sugar
      1/4 tsp= 2 tsps sugar
      1/3 tsp= 1 tbl sugar
      1 tbl= 1/2 cup sugar
      2 tbls= 1 cup sugar

      Splenda Granulated-

      The measurement is equal.

      Splenda Packets:

      2 tsp = 1 packet
      1 Tbs = 1 1/2 packets
      1/8 c. = 3 packets
      1/4 c. = 6 packets
      1/3 c. = 8 packets
      1/2 c. = 12 packets
      2/3 c. = 16 packets
      3/4 c. = 18 packets
      1 c. = 24 packets

      Splenda Sugar Blend or Brown Sugar Blend
      (Sugar) Splenda Sugar Blend
      1 tsp = 1/2 tsp
      1/4 c. = 1/8 cup
      1/3 c. = 8 tsp
      1/2 c. = 1/4 c.
      2/3 c. = 1/3 c.
      3/4 c. = 6 TBS
      1 cup = 1/2 cup


      Sucaryl (liquid)

      1/8 tsp= 1 tsp sugar
      1/3 tsp= 1 tbl sugar
      1/2 tsp= 4 tsps sugar
      1 1/2 tsp= 1/4 cup sugar
      1 tbl= 1/2 cup sugar


      Superose (liquid) :

      4 drops= 1 tsp sugar
      1/8 tsp= 2 tsps sugar
      1/8 tsp + 4 drop=s 1 tbl sugar
      1 1/2 tsps= 1/4 cup sugar
      1 tbl= 1/2 cup sugar


      Sugar Twin (powder)

      1 tsp= 1 tsp sugar



      Sugar Twin, Brown (powder)

      1 tsp= 1 tsp brown sugar


      Sweet N' Low (powder)

      1/10 tsp= 1 tsp sugar
      1 pkt= 2 tsps sugar
      1/3 tsp= 1 tbl
      1 tsp= 1/4 cup sugar
      1 1/4 tsp= 1/3 cup sugar
      2 tsps= 1/2 cup sugar
      4 tsps= 1 cup sugar


      Sweet N' Low, Brown (powder) :

      1/4 tsp= 1 Tbs brown sugar
      1 tsp= 1/4 cup brown sugar
      1 1/3 tsps= 1/3 cup brown sugar
      2 tsps= 1/2 cup brown sugar
      4 tsps= 1 cup brown sugar


      Sweet'ner (powder) :

      1 pkt= 2 tsp sugar


      Sweet Magic (powder) :

      1 pkt= 2 tsp sugar


      Sweet One (powder) :

      1 pkt= 2 tsps sugar
      3 pkts= 1/4 cup sugar
      4 pkts= 1/3 cup sugar
      6 pkts= 1/2 cup sugar
      12 pkts= 1 cup sugar


      Sweet-10 (liquid) :

      10 drops= 1 tsp sugar
      1/2 tsp= 4 tsps sugar
      1 1/2 tsps= 1/4 cup sugar
      1 tbl= 1/2 cup sugar
      2 tbls= 1 cup sugar

      Zero-Cal (liquid) :
      10 drops= 1 tsp sugar
      30 drops= 1 tbs sugar
      3/4 tsp= 2 tbls sugar
      1 tbl= 1/2 cup sugar
      2 tbls= 1 cup sugar

      From: All New Cookbook For Diabetics And Their Families Table of Equivalents for Sugar Substitutes

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