Freshly toasted coconut flakes enveloped in sweet... Non-sugary goodness? Can it be? Yes it can be, and is made possible with a special blend of all natural Isomalt and butter to replace the traditional cane sugar sweetener.
Uses a natural sugar free alternative called Isomalt to sweeten. Isomalt is made in Germany from NON GMO Beets. It doesn't have a chemical or minty aftertaste.
Isomalt was originally developed for sugar and pastry arts because is doesn't crystallize at high temperatures. Eventually, foodies and nutritionists realized it is safe for diabetics with its incredibly low Glycemic Index of 2 (glucose is 100)
Isomalt falls into the category of sugar alcohols - It doesn't cause dental decay, and it behaves like a fibre instead of a sugar when it is digested Most nutritionists recommend to subtract this polyalcohol line from the carbohydrate line to get "net carbs" because of the scientific data behind the digestion process of Isomalt.