- June 11, 2008 at 12:19 pm #258327LissKeymaster
>>I dont know the recipe calls for. But instead of adding sugar
While it is safe if you plan to refrigerate the recipe and eat it right away, changing the ingredients in a Tested Canning recipe can change processing times and the safety of the finished product (if you plan on actually storing it).
I do NOT recommend just swapping out the ingredients as sugar is a preservative in this recipe and Splenda does NOT have the ability to act as a preservative.
( https://www.splenda.com/page.jhtml?id=splenda/tips/main.inc– Canning jams, jellies and fruits:Even though SPLENDA® Granular is made from sugar, it does not act like sugar in every cooking and baking application. With proper canning techniques, SPLENDA® Granular can be used to make great-tasting, low-sugar recipes. SPLENDA® Granular is heat stable and can be used as a sweetener in canning and in making jams and jellies. However, it does not provide preservative properties so proper canning techniques are essential. Please consult a canning book for instructions on sugarless canning. )
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