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DIETARY RESTRICTIONS AND ALTERNATIVES

"Sugar" and "Flour"

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0 - Sugar

DOES NOT MEAN

0- Flavor

Sugar:

We use a fairly extensive (and expensive) list of sugar substitutes. Our recipes usually consist of a combination of 2 or more types of sugars to make sure we are maximizing the most flavor and utilizing each ingredients qualities.

Because the fact is... none of them act like the other, and none of them respond in the same way as your typical table sugar... which makes things very tricky!

Fun Fact !

 None of our sugars boost glycemic index! 

That means all diabetics should have no problem treating themselves to any of our baked goods and desserts.

Here is a list of the sugars we use:

Granulated Erythritol

Powdered Erythritol

Brown Erythritol

Allulose (The Rare Sugar)

Monk Fruit

Gluten Free Flour Alternatives 

Though there are many different flour alternatives you can choose from... these are the main 4 we try and stick with! Growing up, bread was such a comfort food for me. I still have a hard time staying away from it, but the more information I fed myself... the more I learned of the harm it was doing to my body and my family that I was feeding. 

Just a few ( not so fun facts about the ingredient) :

Gluten is Latin for glue. Read that again! Gluten is linked to many psychiatric and neurological diseases, including mood disorders, emotional issues, anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, dementia, migraines, epilepsy, neuropathy (nerve damage), and even autism. Gluten contains --> 0 <-- benefits  for your body! Here are several more facts about the product if you would like to educate yourself. 

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Oat Flour 

Rice Flour 

Almond Flour 

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Coconut Flour 

Why do your products cost more than my local grocery store or bakery?

Great question! We know we are not the cheapest product out there... But, what it all comes down to is the cost of ingredients. 

 

Though we would love to fit into everyone's 

definition of affordable, the truth is,

these items just cost more.

 

If you fall into the category of gluten free/ sugar free on a regular basis, then you are already aware of

what those ingredients cost.

 

For all the curious, we invite you to try them

for yourself before deciding! 

Here are just a few price comparisons in our ingredients vs your average bakery:

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