Werther’s Original Sugar Free Candy does not taste sugar free to me. And that’s a good thing! It is full of the yummy, sweet caramel taste that makes Werther’s caramel hard candy famous. And it does not leave a funny aftertaste like some sugar free candies.
I like to avoid eating too many calories from sugar, so I was excited to try out the new Werther’s Sugar Free candy. Each piece has only 8 calories and 3 grams of carbs! It’s hard for me to believe because the candy tasted rich and smooth – just like the Werther’s Original candy I have always enjoyed. I found out that Werther’s Original Sugar Free candy follows the same 100-year-old caramel making tradition, using real butter and fresh cream. No wonder the taste is still just as satisfying!
Deliciously Sugar Free Candy for Diabetics
The Werther’s Original Sugar Free hard candies are a great way for diabetics to satisfy a sugar craving. Werther’s conducted a Sugar Free Satisfaction Survey of 1,000 adults with diabetes and found that 78% enjoyed the Werther’s Original Sugar Free hard candies.
Which one of the four sugar-free flavor options will be YOUR favorite? I am partial to the Original hard candies, but the spicy Caramel Cinnamon is a close second! Coffee lovers can satisfy their coffee and sugar cravings at the same time with Werther’s Caramel Coffee. And Caramel Apple is always a classic combination people love.
What Makes Werther’s Original Sugar Free taste so good?
The reason Werther’s Original Sugar Free tastes so good is because their caramels are made with the sugar alternative Isomalt and the sweetener Acesulfame-K. You will get the taste satisfaction of a sugary treat without an unpleasant aftertaste. Visit the Products tab on Werther’s Sugar Free Facebook page for more nutritional information.
If you are watching your sugar and carb intake, but still need to satisfy your sweet tooth, try Werther’s Original Sugar Free hard candies. Could you tell the difference in Original versus Sugar Free?
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