Sweet Freedom

Monday 27 April 2015

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I have been wanting to tell you about two lovely products I was recently sent to try out.  I've spent several weeks using them and I can't let another day pass without telling you all about them.  Sweet Freedom is a company here in the UK which has developed these fabulous little undulgences which taste fabulous but are actually a lot better for you than you might think.   Naturally sweetened with fruit extracts combined with other natural ingredients, their products are naturally lower in calories and low GI, which make them a dieter's dream.

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These liquid shots of flavour come in a variety of flavours and a convenient flip top container, which is very handy for carrying with you when you are on the run, at work, etc.   They have won Great Taste Awards three years running and no wonder!

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WE've been enjoying the Sweet Freedom Porridge/Tea/Baking one as a healthy alternative to using other syrups drizzled over our breakfast oats and pancakes.    Low GI, 100% natural, GM & Gluten Free, and at only 13 calories per teaspoon this is a great and healthy alternative.  It's delicious and because it's made 100% from fruit, it's naturally better for you than artificial sweetners and sugar.  You can find it on the sugar shelf in Asda, Waitrose, Ocado, and Holland & Barrett for approximately £2.99 rrp.

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The other product we I have been enjoying is their new Choc Shot Liquid Chocolate in the Coconut Flavour!  Tastes just like a bounty bar.  I've been enjoying it as hot chocolate, drizzled over ice cream . . .  and I confess  . . .  I have even just eaten it by the teaspoonful just to keep me from indulging in real chocolate.  Sigh . . .  I do love my chocolate.  Like the Sweet Freedom it is also 100% natural,  Low GI/GL,  GM, Dairy and gluten Free.  Stir into hot milk for a faff-free hot drink with no powdery lumps or residue, drizzled over ice cream, brownies, etc. and once again only 14 calories per teaspoon.  Available from Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons, Waitrose, Co-op and Ocado, on the Hot Chocolate Shelf for £3.59 rrp.

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