(giveaway) sweetleaf sweet drops

Sweet Drops Stevia

I’ve blogged about my love for liquid stevia before. Well, I decided to contact SweetLeaf, the company that makes my favorite toffee flavored drops. They were like, “let’s do a giveaway” and I was like, “totally, liquid stevia rocks!”. I might be paraphrasing, but I’m excited to share one of my favorite products with you.

I’m sure some of you are wondering what the heck I’m talking about. I know I was when my husband brought home a bottle of Sweet Drops and tried putting it in my water. Taken from their website: “SweetLeaf is the only chemical-free, zero-calorie, zero-carb, zero-glycemic index, 100% natural sweetener there is”. Oh and it doesn’t affect blood sugar and is gluten free. Basically, it’s a great natural alternative to sugar and artificial sweeteners. You can put it in your water, milk, smoothie and more. Use it in place of sugar in recipes, here’s a handy conversion chart to help you with replacing sugar in recipes.

Now that I’m losing weight and more active, I try to down at least 80 ounces of water a day. Drinking that much water helps me feel fuller longer, so I’m not snacking unnecessarily and I just feel healthier when I’m hydrated. Plus, it’s 115 degrees here and my body needs more water (SweetLeaf knows what I’m talking about, they are an AZ based company). The problem is that plain water bores me. I was doing those artificial sweetener packets part of the day because it was better than the trenta sized frappuccino I really wanted. I’m glad to have found an alternative and something that keeps me chugging water all day long. I’m totally obsessed with Sweet Drops!

Which are my favorite flavors of Sweet Drops, you ask? My husband got me hooked on toffee and vanilla, love them both. SweetLeaf was kind enough to send me watermelon, cola and chocolate to try out. Watermelon is my new favorite (LOVE) and cola is my husband’s new favorite. The chocolate flavor makes a yummy chocolate milk! I can’t wait to use SweetLeaf for all of my holiday baking. Besides water, I’ve used it to help sweeten homemade watermelon popsicles that my toddler loved. You can thank me later for your new-found obsession with Sweet Drops.

 

Buy It: Visit SweetLeaf to purchase these products. A purchase is not necessary to enter the giveaway.

Win It: SweetLeaf is giving away watermelon, cola and chocolate flavored Sweet Drops to 1 winner. This giveaway is open to U.S. residents. This is a Rafflecopter giveaway, you must open up the post for the widget to appear. The first entry is mandatory, the rest are extra ways to enter. Remember to leave an email address and good luck!

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I'm Vanessa and it's my mission in life to spread my love of hot glue guns and glitter to others. I suffer from craft ADHD, regularly working on at least 10 projects at the same time and my craft room looks like a tornado hit it. My first craft book, Party in a Jar, was published in 2014. I look forward to crafting with you!

Comments

  1. Shelley D. says

    I would use them for my water, but I think that there are endless possibilities. They could be used for cookies, cupcakes, ice cream……the list goes on and on.

  2. Kimberly F says

    I’d probably just do water too! Like you, I’ve been trying to drink a lot more water but find it boring.

  3. Gil Crews says

    I’m sad…we deleted our Facebook account. Bad things were happening. Is there another way to enter the giveaway?

    • Vanessa says

      You don’t need facebook to enter the giveaway. You can login to rafflecopter using your email address – follow the instructions in the widget. :)

  4. Amanda Alvarado says

    The watermelon and cola I would add to some popsicles for dd and the chocolate, I’d add to my coffee!

  5. Brandy H says

    I’m a water drinking but it would probably be tasty in Ginger Ale or another clear’ish soda. I’d probably love the straight up water! I need to find something soon as my daughter’s stevia plant has been picked to death (by me!)

  6. Jordan D says

    I’d add the watermelon to a mojito! Or maybe add the flavors to club soda. I’d add the chocolate to my yogurt or protein shakes, though.

  7. Lora W. says

    I would love to add these to water. I can’t stand plain water and end up spending a small fortune on flavored waters.

  8. says

    I’d add to water. I need to drink more, but I find it so so so boring. To be honest, without any flavor, I sometimes feel that being super hydrated isn’t worth the trade off of having to pee all the time!
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  9. Heather says

    This is a fortunate opportunity, as I was just looking into flavored stevia drops, but they’re so expensive to try… Thanks!

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