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Stevia and stevioside extracts are extremely heat stable and can be used in everyday baking & cooking.
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Stevia - Sugar Substitute Chart

Use the Chart below to find out how much stevia you need to substitute for sugar in your recipe.


 

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Spoonable
1 tsp = 1/2 tsp
2 Tsp = 3/4 tsp
1 Tbsp = 1-1/4 tsp
1/4 cup = 1 Tbsp + 2 tsp
1/3 cup = 2 Tbsp + 1tsp
1/2 cup = 3 1/2 Tbsp
1 cups = 1/3 cup + 1 1/2 Tbsp
     
Sugar   Truvía®
Packets
1 tsp = 1/2 packet
2 tsp = 1 packet
1 Tbsp = 1 1/2 packet
1/4 cup = 6 packets
1/3 cup = 8 packets
1/2 cup = 12 packets
1 cup = 24 packets
     
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Baking Blend

1 Tbsp

(12g Sugar* / 100cal)

=

1 1/2 tsp

(3g Sugar* / 10cal)

1/8 cup

(24g Sugar* / 100cal)

=

1 Tbsp

(6g Sugar* / 25cal)

1/4 cup

(48g Sugar* / 100cal)

=

1/8 cup

(12g Sugar* / 50cal)

1/3 cup

(64g Sugar* / 260cal)

=

1/8 cup + 2 tsp

(16g Sugar* / 60cal)

1/2 cup

(96g Sugar* / 380cal)

=

1/4 cup

(24g Sugar* / 100cal)

2/3 cup

(128g Sugar* / 510cal)

=

1/3 cup

(32g Sugar* / 140cal)

3/4 cup

(144g Sugar* / 580cal)

=

1/4 cup + 1/8 cup

(36g Sugar* / 140cal)

1 cup

(192g Sugar* / 760cal)

=

1/2 cup

(48g Sugar* / 190cal)

     
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Brown Sugar
Blend

1 Tbsp

(13g Sugar* / 52cal)

=

1 1/2 tsp

(3g Sugar* / 13cal)

1/8 cup

(26g Sugar* / 104cal)

=

1 Tbsp

(7g Sugar* / 26cal)

1/4 cup

(52g Sugar* / 208cal)

=

1/8 cup

(13g Sugar* / 53cal)

1/3 cup

(69g Sugar* / 276cal)

=

1/8 cup + 2 tsp

(18g Sugar* / 70cal)

1/2 cup

(104g Sugar* / 415cal)

=

1/4 cup

(26g Sugar* / 105cal)

2/3 cup

(138g Sugar* / 553cal)

=

1/3 cup

(35g Sugar* / 140cal)

3/4 cup

(156g Sugar* / 624cal)

=

1/4 cup + 1/8 cup

(40g Sugar* / 158cal)

1 cup

(208g Sugar* / 830cal)

=

1/2 cup

(53g Sugar* / 210cal)

 *approximate, as weight of sugar varies per measurement due to particle size

 



Equivalencies are approximate. Adjust to your taste. Too much Stevia may taste bitter. When substituting Stevia for sugar in your own recipes you may have to adjust for the bulk. Try adding applesauce, apple butter or plain yogurt. Stevia is sold in the United States as a nutritional supplement and not as a sweetener or food additive.

Equivalencies are approximate. Adjust to your taste.


 
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