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A question about a recipe: Ginger Sangria

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I have to watch my sugar intake. Is there anything out there that can be substituted for sugar to make a simple syrup? Splenda? Thanks

asked by WJCinNJ over 3 years ago
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M_eats_huarache
added over 3 years ago

What about Agave nectar. It is also glucose-fructose, but tastes much sweeter so you can reduce substantially (I'd start with about 1/2 the measure of what the recipe calls for in sugar)

Here's some info:
http://www.allaboutagave...

Me
added over 3 years ago

Agave is a good substitute. If you wanted to use Splenda, I'd use 1/2 cup of the Splenda-sugar blend to one cup of water called for in the recipe.