Gelling sugar with xylitol 2,5 kg
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Buy now: Gelling sugar with xylitol 2,5 kg
Shit, the jam won't set again! But that's also quite tricky sometimes! Then there's the eternal back and forth until you find the right ratio between the fruity fruit and the sweet preserving sugar ... And of course, everyone suddenly gets the idea of making their own jam. So there's often a yawning void on the supermarket shelves when it comes to preserving sugar. Sound familiar? Not with KoRo! Because with our jam sugar with xylitol in the advantageous 2.5 kg large pack, your fruity-sweet jam is guaranteed to succeed. Without any added refined sugar and 100% vegan! Don't wait any longer and buy the jam sugar with xylitol from KoRo now! On your mark, get set, jam!
Plant-based gelling sugar without refined sugar
We at KoRo wouldn't be us if our preserving sugar didn't have a little twist. Does preserving sugar necessarily have to contain refined sugar? We have tried, tested and experimented to come to a clear conclusion: No! Making jam with xylitol also works perfectly and even has a few advantages! Xylitol is a sugar substitute that is also known as birch sugar, but is mostly extracted from corncobs. It has more or less the same sweetening power as sugar and looks exactly the same, but has about 40% fewer calories per 100 grams*. In addition, unlike coconut blossom sugar and stevia, it has no alien taste. This makes xylitol ideal for cooking and baking instead of refined sugar. That convinced us! But be careful: If consumed in excess, the sugar substitute can have a laxative effect.
Gelling sugar for marmelade
Strawberries, blueberries, elderberries, quinces, cherries, plums & co. - summer is fruit season! But you don't just want to enjoy these fruits fresh from the tree, but also have them in stock for the winter? We'll tell you how! Because you can make wonderful jam, jelly or marmalade from all these types of fruit with the help of preserving sugar with xylitol. First, mix 1.5 kg of fruit of your choice with 500 g of xylitol preserving sugar in a saucepan and boil for 3 - 4 minutes. Pour the hot mixture into boiled jars, seal immediately and leave on the lid for 10 minutes. You've got fruity-sweet enjoyment all year round! By the way, this sweet spread tastes especially good on buckwheat-spelt buns, as a topping for fluffy spelt pancakes or in filled Peanut Cups.
Buy gelling sugar with xylitol
Ideal for cooking jam, the perfect balance of fruity and sweet and sweetened only with xylitol - it leaves nothing to be desired, right? Bring a piece of summer into winter with your homemade strawberry, redcurrant and quince jam and enjoy the fruity-sweet taste of fresh fruit all year round! Who can resist homemade jam? Buy the jam sugar with xylitol online at KoRo in the practical 2.5 kg bulk pack now and never again run out of jam sugar in the kitchen! What are you waiting for? Get a taste for it yourself and enjoy your homemade jam with xylitol!
*per 100 g, compared to refined sugar (400 kcal /100 g)
|Average nutritional values||per 100 g|
|Calorific value (in kj/kcal)||234 / 976|
|thereof saturated fatty acids||0 g|
|thereof sugar||0 g|
|Dietary fiber||1.6 g|
|Nutrition traces||Nutrition traces|
|Shipping||Delivery time outside of Germany|
KoRo Handels GmbH
Hauptstraße 26, 10827 Berlin
|Storage Advice||Store in a cool, dry place away from light.|
|Ingredients||Sweetener: xylitol; gelling agent: pectins; acidifier: citric acid|
|Cross contamination||May contain traces of GLUTEN, SOY, SHELL FRUITS, SESAME and LUPIN.|
|Best before date||15.02.2024|
|Trade Name||Table sweetener based on xylitol for gelling fruit spreads, with sweeteners|
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