Sweetened by Nature
We sweeten our cookies with coconut sugar and dates.
Here's why we think these are #BetterSugars than the rest
Refined White Sugar
White sugar is refined in a heavily industrial process that includes mixing it with chemicals and bleaching. Because there are no nutrients left, your body breaks down refined sugar faster, causing insulin and blood sugar levels to rise.
Bad news for vegans - some white sugar is refined using bone char.
Zero Calorie Sweeteners
Sweeteners like stevia, monk fruit, or erythritol are highly refined. Pay attention to the color - anything that is bright white has been refined and bleached.
Even worse, they are often mixed with other ingredients (check those labels!), and are known for things like a bad aftertaste and stomach upset.
The ultimate unrefined sugar. No processing necessary for this delicious fruit to sweeten your recipes.
They are full of antioxidants (in particular flavonoids, carotenoids, and phenolic acid) and they’re great for digestion (lots of fiber).
They have a low glycemic index, so you won’t bounce off the walls after eating them!
Coconut sugar is natural and unrefined. It's made by extracting the sap of a coconut palm tree, boiling, and then dehydrating it.
It has a lower glycemic index than other sweeteners (no sugar spike/crash).
And it's delicious! Similar in taste to brown sugar.