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If you are fructose intolerant, you not only have to pay close attention when eating, but also make sure you use a SUGAR ALTERNATIVE WITHOUT FRUCTOSE when cooking and baking. Fortunately, people with fructose malabsorption have a few options to choose from, FOR EXAMPLE CEREAL SUGAR AND RICE SYRUP. Find out what you need to know about these fructose-free sugar alternatives from Tom & Krissi's here.

Dextrose for baking
Sweetening ratio of granulated sugar to our dextrose 1:1.25 Good to know: The sugar clumps when stirred into cold liquids! Therefore, always mix the sugar with the fats first. If the recipe requires the sugar to be mixed with eggs or water first, let it trickle into the liquid mass at medium mixer speed and mix well.   Average nutritional values (per 100 g): Calories 1700 kJ/ 400 kcal Fat < 0,1 g   Saturated Fat 0,0 g Carbohydrates 99,8 g   Total Sugar 99,8 g Protein < 0,1 g Salt 0,00 g Contained sugars: per 100g Glucose 99,6 g Fructose < 0,1 g Sucrose < 0,1 g   Ingredients: Dextrose   Notice: The dextrose is for at least 24 months durable (from production date)

Content: 0.45 Kilogramm (€11.09* / 1 Kilogramm)

Rice Syrup
Average nutritional values (per 100 g): Calories 1370 kJ/ 323 kcal Fat 0,5 g   Saturated Fat 0,0 g Carbohydrates 78,5 g   Total Sugar 59,3 g Protein 0,9 g Salt 0,40 g   Contained sugars pro 100g Fructose < 0,1 g   Ingredients: 93% Rice*, water. *from controlled organic farming  

Content: 460 Gramm (€10.85* / 1000 Gramm)


Fructose-Free Sugar: No More Digestive Discomfort

Estimates suggest that up to 30% of people may suffer from fructose malabsorption or fructose intolerance. Many of them are unaware of their condition, but may notice digestive discomfort, diarrhea, and/or bloating after consuming fructose-containing foods, indicating that something may be wrong.

If you experience such symptoms, you can undergo testing with a gastroenterologist to determine if you are affected by fructose malabsorption. However, it may also be beneficial for completely healthy individuals to avoid consuming too much fructose. For this purpose, our fructose-free sugar alternatives from Tom & Krissi’s are suitable.

What sugar alternatives are there?

Both natural and processed foods contain various types of sugars or sugar substitutes. This includes, in addition to the usual household sugar found in almost all industrially manufactured products, fruit sugar (fructose) found in fruit.

These two types are problematic for fructose intolerance. Unfortunately, these sugars are not the only ones that cause intolerance in fructose-intolerant individuals. This also includes honey, agave syrup, coconut blossom sugar, maltitol, sorbitol, xylitol, and fructose-glucose syrup.

Among the sugar alternatives, there are also some that you can safely consume with fructose malabsorption. These fructose-free sugars include:

  • Dextrose/glucose
  • Glucose syrup
  • Maltose/malt sugar
  • Lactose/milk sugar
  • Rice syrup
  • Grain sugar
  • Spelt syrup
  • Sugar substitutes such as saccharin, aspartame, and stevia

The best sugar alternatives from Tom & Krissi’s

Need a sugar for baking or cooking? Want to enhance delicious desserts? Or need an alternative sweetener that doesn't taste like a chemical lab? Then the sugar alternatives from Tom & Krissi’s in the form of our grain sugar or rice syrup are just right for you!

Order grain sugar

Grain sugar is a fructose-free sugar that consists of pure dextrose obtained from grains. To sweeten with this sugar alternative, you need to know: 1 unit of granulated sugar equals 1.25 units of grain sugar. The product has very good baking properties because it contains less water than normal glucose.

If you use it to bake cookies, for example, they will stay crispy longer. However, note that the grain sugar clumps when stirred into cold liquids. Therefore, when preparing, add it initially to the fats during baking. Mix it with the eggs or water - if necessary according to the recipe - so that you can sprinkle the sugar alternative into the mixture while mixing.

Tom & Krissi’s grain sugar is:

  • Fructose-free
  • Lactose-free
  • Gluten-free
  • Vegan

Buy rice syrup

Rice syrup for fructose intolerance? A great idea! This ingenious sugar alternative consists of only two ingredients: rice and water, with the grains exclusively sourced from controlled organic farming. Our rice syrup is sweet and mild. You can easily dose it and thus easily experiment with how much of the sugar alternative you need for cooking, baking, and indulging.

Organic rice syrup is:

  • Fructose-free
  • Lactose-free
  • Wheat flour-free

Buy sugar alternative online and sweeten without regret

The sugar alternatives from Tom & Krissi’s are excellent for people with fructose intolerance. But they are also perfect for anyone looking to avoid industrial granulated sugar and artificial substitutes. Would you like a little more from our factory? Then be sure to check out our fructose-free cakes in a jar, chocolate without fructose, and fructose-free chocolate spread!