Sugarlax

I didn't buy this

I didn’t buy this

Some of the necessary colors

Some of the necessary colors

It Christmas cookie time. Usually fill every small bowl confectionery sugar, add dribble cream/glob cream cheese/butter/whatever, let boys mix/add food coloring, make many colors, decorate cookies, huge messy fun. Also tradition.

Whatever reason, this year Bigfoot overwhelmed. Then spot this on location Shaw’s Market, Barrington. It Pillsbury Creamy Supreme Sugar Free Vanilla frosting.

17g CHO for 2T, vs. 22g CHO for the regular frosting. But 10g of the 17g is sugar alcohols. Which rocket straight out of the butt before being metabolized?

17g CHO for 2T, vs. 22g CHO for the regular frosting. But 10g of the 17g is sugar alcohols. Which, from what I understand, shoot straight out of the butt without being metabolized.

Think oooh. Simply buy this, Bubs/Jack add colors, probably taste bad, that OK. Check label for carb. Not so low: 17g instead of 22g. But 17g -10g (sugar alcohols) = 7g CHO. 7g much better than 22g. Maybe buy?

Then see warning. Laxative effect! Learn over, over, over again: just have normal sugar food, smaller amount.

That's not merry. That's not yummy.

It’s not merry, but it does have a patent (pending).

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9 responses to “Sugarlax

  1. My mother bought this for Zoe, it’s disgusting. My mother gives Zoe sugar free candy. (rage)

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  2. Yikes!! We’ve found for us that a reasonable amount of real junk food is so much better f

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  3. I have to be honest, I’ve had this frosting and I’d rather have no frosting at all! (Tried it on cupcakes I think, yuck) And I have had other people offer at their own parties and events to put it on stuff. My response is usually, “No thank you, it’s not much of a party if I can’t drink AND can’t have real sugar!” :) (Not that Bubs is of drinking age, but that response always seems to give people perspective!)

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  4. Ick. Sugar alcohols don’t seem to bother the girls but the tiniest bit for me…clear a path! tmi-sorry.

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  5. Step away from the sugar-free frosting!

    I really try to avoid foods with sugar alcohols. And the sugar-free sweets usually have as many or more carbs than the full sugar counterpart.

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