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CDANDERS05 Posts: 356
9/17/12 6:42 P

I have used the Truvia baking blend and really can't tell the difference! It's awesome because you only have to use half of the original amount as well!

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9/30/11 1:00 A

Awesome! I still haven't gotten around to trying it. Do you mix it with some real sugar? The website suggested that for texture and moisture purposes.

LESLIEISHEALTHY Posts: 206
9/29/11 7:01 P

I have. I actually buy the Florida Naturals brand. It is a big bag so it is easy to measure for baking. It tastes great in every item I have baked with it!

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9/29/11 11:47 A

That's a good idea.

AURORA629 Posts: 2,388
9/29/11 10:02 A

I have never tried this. I suggest you do try it. Just in case it isn't good, try cutting the recipe significantly. Maybe cut the recipe to 1/8 the normal for example, so if it isn't good, you don't waste too much.

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9/28/11 12:34 P

Has anyone tried baking with truvia? I have tried it in beverages, and read on their website that you can bake with it; they have a conversion chart as it isn't a 1:1 trade from sugar. I'm just skeptical about how the end product will be.

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