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agave nectar

since I’m such a sweet freak and love baking, I’ve always been interested in finding alternative baking methods without using sugar. when I first read through Super Natural Cooking last year, I read about Agave Nectar and it’s sweetening possibilities. dlb and I ditched the usual brown sugar in our oatmeal routine, and substituted Agave Nectar. it is one of the most natural and least refined sweeteners available.
so today, when Heidi posted about Ania Catalano’s new book, Baking with Agave Nectar, I knew I had to check it out. the cookbook is packed with pages of delightful things from french toast and muffins to cookies and desserts. I’ve reserved my copy, and hope to pick it up tonight!
{from amazon}

6 Responses to “agave nectar”

  1. Jess said:

    ‘that bar’ uses agave for their hot toddies. save the bees!

  2. katrina said:

    oh man i loooove this stuff
    i’m going to have to order this book
    i use it in my tea and it’s really delicious on toasted english muffins

  3. Paige said:

    whatever that pic is of the right looks delish! also, have you tried using stevia? i use it to sweeten things without sugar or artificial sugars.

  4. michelle {lovely.little.things} said:

    interesting, I’m curious to hear how these recipes turn out!

  5. jenny vorwaller said:

    oh wonderful! super natural cooking has been on my amazon wishlist since pouring over it at a friend’s house. thank you for this recommend!

  6. sandy winz said:

    Hi! I have orderd from this place twice and am very pleased to share. They have great kosher organic and natural food products including agave nectar.
    Here is a link http://www.wholeandnatural.com
    Enjoy!!!
    p.s. I used a code try if it works for you bldc08