Are you trying to cut back on your sugar intake? Are you concerned about your blood sugar levels, or simply concerned about your health in general? One food group that nutritionists warned us about consuming a lot are sweets. But if you can’t resist eating your morning pancakes or waffles without any syrup, you don’t need to worry – there are sugar-free and low-calorie variants out there.
Maple Grove Farms is a world-class packer of pure maple syrup, so they know what real maple syrup tastes like. Their Vermont Sugar-Free Syrup has a flavor like real maple and is fortified with 6 vitamins and minerals. To sweeten, it is mixed with sorbitol (natural sugar alcohol), sucralose (Splenda) and acesulfame potassium (artificial sweetener). Besides use as a syrup, this can also be used in any recipe calling for pure maple syrup.
Walden Farms is known for its calorie-free dressings and syrups, but this is exceptional. Walden Farms Syrup Calorie Free Pancake has a rich maple flavor that tastes good like real maple syrup. It’s a zero calorie syrup sweetened with sucralose (Splenda), perfect for people cutting down on sugars and carbs. You won’t notice its difference to regular syrups when it comes to flavor.
If you’re not a fan of artificial sweeteners, ChocZero’s Sugar-Free Maple Syrup is a perfect choice. According to its product description, it’s the only sugar-free maple syrup without sugar alcohols. This syrup is sweetened by monk fruit, which is a small melon native to parts of China and Thailand. This fruit is a low-calorie, natural sweetener that is actually sweeter than sugar. It’s also low on carbs too, as it has only 1 gram of net carbs per serving. This syrup is thick and rich and has a buttery taste.
Log Cabin Sugar-Free Syrup has a very low net carb count, but it’s pleasantly tasty. It is sweetened with sorbitol, natural sugar alcohol, but tastes a lot like the regular sugar-sweetened syrup. It’s a healthy syrup option for your breakfast staples, and can also be used for glazing meat. It contains no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. The only difference you may notice is that it’s a little thinner in consistency compared to most syrups.
If you’re looking for a pancake sweetener without sugar or even sorbitol or Splenda, Joseph’s Sugar-Free Syrup is the syrup to go. This pancake syrup is sweetened by maltitol, natural sugar alcohol. It’s delicious, as it tastes much like regular syrup and has a very thick consistency. It has minimal calories and carbs but has higher carb content compared to other sugar-free alternatives.
Never feel deprived of syrupy goodness again with Pyure Sugar-Free Organic Maple Flavored Syrup. It’s the first-of-its-kind, sugar-free syrup sweetened with pure organic stevia. It offers the taste of a yummy maple-flavored syrup that you won’t think for a second that it is made of stevia. It’s a perfect pancake sweetener for people in keto, paleo and candida diets.
Sweetened by non-GMO monk fruit sweetener, Lakanto Maple Flavored Sugar-Free Syrup smells, tastes and looks like real maple syrup. One reviewer said it’s as good as Grade B syrup. Being sweetened by a natural sweetener plus erythritol, it has fewer carbs, fewer calories, and some anti-inflammatory properties. This is a friendly syrup for diabetics and those on a keto, paleo, candida, or vegan diets.
Blackberry Patch Sugar-Free Maple Praline Syrup can make you enjoy your pancakes or waffles without worrying about your calorie intake. This sugar-free syrup is sweetened with maltitol (sugar alcohol) but tastes just as good as your standard maple syrup. Besides maple flavor, it even has a taste of praline and butter, making it perfect for breakfast and desserts. It comes in a vintage-style shaped bottle that makes it a giftable item for the holidays.
Cary’s Sugar-Free Syrup is a great syrup for calorie watchers, as this syrup is sweetened by sorbitol, acesulfame potassium, and aspartame. You’d be surprised that this sugar-free syrup is tasty and practically has no calories. If you’re into gluten-free or protein-packed pancakes, this syrup can definitely improve the taste of your fluffy meal. However, it doesn’t have the consistency of a typical syrup, and it’s not a good option if you’re looking for something made of natural ingredients.