I live in Ontario, Canada and do not have access to some of these sweeteners like Besti Allulose, or Besti Monk Fruit. I will go back and look over the chart, but when you listed allulose + monk fruit blend.m, is that crystallized or powdered form? Some recipes need the bulk from the granular or powdered sweeteners to work. I have powdered Splenda Naturals Stevia and I’m not sure where this falls in your conversion chart. Thanks for your advice. Erythritol is usually okay, with a few people being rare exceptions. I would proceed with caution using liquid stevia for baking recipes especially. Thank you, so much, from the bottom of my heart, for this guide! Thank you so much! Although it was only approved by the FDA in 2010, it has been used in Eastern cultures for hundreds of years. To some degree, the best tasting low carb sweetener is a matter of preference. It will just depend on how sweet the other sweetener is. It even has anti-inflammatory properties. Hi Julie, Thank you so much for asking and for being part of our community! Even in such a short time, there have been conflicting studies about whether the common artificial sweeteners are safe or not. That being said, if you want to avoid erythritol altogether, here are my favorite erythritol substitutes in order: The natural low carb sweeteners in this article are all pretty mild when it comes to side effects. No! Please sign up here to be notified when it’s available in your area. I think my husband and I are super tasters : / ha! Any experience with Maltitol? Go here to open the donuts recipe. Unfortunately, not all sweeteners can be substituted for each other one to one. The one complaint I have is that the baked item has a granular erythritol texture to it. The higher the number, the worse it is. Both are great, but it really depends on what recipe you are using it for as a substitution. I am just starting to research sugar alternatives and from what I can tell Erythritol seems to the best base sweetener. The best place to buy xylitol is online. The most popular of a handful of natural sweeteners that are used for low carb diets. If you are looking to make a recipe that calls for pure erythritol or pure allulose, then cut the amount of sweetener by 30%. It's important to distinguish between different ingredients and different brand names. We buy the bottle of liquid stevia, which we prefer over a powdered version because those will usually be bulked with a powder that may add to the carb count. It occurs naturally in some fruit, but the granulated kind you buy is made by fermenting glucose. I read through the comment and tried what you said and it’s still not working. My recipe calls for 1/4 cup of erythritol which I don’t have. (I won’t bring xylitol or anything that contains it into my home!) In some people they can spike insulin, so you may want to try for yourself. If you want an erythritol substitute, consider one of the blends above. The keto sweetener with the least side effects is allulose, because it’s chemically most similar to sugar (without the sugar spike, of course!). Sign up to save your favorite keto recipes and articles for free! Is allulose an artificial sweetener? The main differences are variances in their ratios between glucose and fructose. Here you will find natural, gluten-free, low carb recipes with 10 ingredients or less, plus lots of resources. Please try it again. I also frequently see confusion about what keto sweetener to use and where to find a sweetener conversion chart. Chicory root has numerous benefits including stress reduction, improvement in gut health, and prevention or delay of diabetes. I used a half of cup like in your recipe. Others just want to know what the best keto sweetener is, or how to find a keto sugar substitute!