Sugar Free Maple Syrup Sukrin low calorie


Here’s the new sugar free maple syrup that makes mornings even healthier.

Like Gold Syrup, sugar free Maple Syrup is low in calories and completely gluten free. Due to its low sugar content, Maple Syrup is very gentle on blood sugar, and both new syrups are tooth-friendly and prebiotic.

Furthermore, the sugar free Maple Syrup:

  • Has a sugar content of less than 2%
  • guaranteed gluten free
  • and it has half the calories as honey or other sugary syrups.

The new sugar free Maple Syrup is perfect for making any dish where you would traditionally use the usual refined sugar maple syrup.

1 dl Sukrin Maple Syrup weighs about 135 g.

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Average nutritional value in 100 g of Sugar Free Maple Syrup

/100 g/kb 3,5 g
Calorie of sugar free maple syrup0,2 Kcal/0,8 kJ0,007 Kcal/0,028 kJ
Carbohydrate99,9 gr3,49 gr
 – of which sugar
 – oh which sugar alcohol99,9 gr3,49 gr
 – of which saturated fatty acids


The SUKRIN sugar free maple syrup does not contain allergenic ingredients!


Soluble corn starch (resistant), Sweeteners (Sorbitol, Erythritol, Molasses, Steviol glycosides), Flavor, Salt.

Why Sukrin

Sukrin – The healthy and natural alternative to sugar

Do you want to reduce your sugar intake, but avoid artificial sweeteners? Then Sukrin is the perfect choice.

  • Zero calories
  • Doesn’t damage teeth
  • Tastes and looks like sugar
  • 100% natural
  • Doesn’t cause blood sugar spikes (zero GI)
  • Acts as an antioxidant in the body

Sweetness without calories or carbohydrates

Sukrin is a natural sugar substitute with zero calories. Sukrin has no carbohydrates that are absorbed by the body, and is perfect for anyone looking to maintain a low-calorie diet and stable blood sugar levels. Sukrin allows everyone to enjoy sweet treats as part of their everyday diet, completely guilt-free!

No blood sugar spikes – zero GI

Studies show that Sukrin does not affect the body’s blood sugar or insulin levels. By combining Sukrin with FiberFin and almond flour, you can lower your diet’s impact on blood sugar levels even further.

100 % safe and natural

Many people have made the decision to lower their sugar intake. At the same time, there is a sound bit of scepticism towards artificial sweeteners. Sukrin is a 100% natural product based on the sugar alcohol erythritol and is free of additives. Erythritol is found naturally in foods such as pears, melons and mushrooms.

Sukrin is produced through a natural fermentation process, in which grape sugar is used as a raw material. This is the same method used to make wine and yoghurt, among other things. After fermentation, the product is cleaned, heated and filtered so that there are no traces of yeast remaining. It is therefore entirely safe to use Sukrin, even if you are intolerant to yeast, fungi or candida.


Nutritional information per 100 g:

Energy: 0 kJ/0 kcal  |  Fat: 0 g  |  Carbohydrates: 100 g*  |  -of which sugar: 0 g  |  -of which polyols: 100g*
Dietary fibre: 0 g  |  Protein: 0 g  |  Salt: 0 g

*Carbohydrates that are not metabolised by the body


Sweetener: erythritol


Why Sukrin

Natural taste

Sukrin has a clean, natural sweet taste, looks the same as and has the consistency of granulated sugar. Sukrin has about 70% of the sweetness of regular sugar, but can generally be used in the same quantities.

Sukrin is also sold finely ground as powdered sugar: SukrinMelis is excellent for icing, decorations, homemade marzipan, smoothies, and many other uses.

Health benefits of Sukrin

Not only is Sukrin calories and carbohydrates-free, but did you know that it’s actually good for your body, too?

Sukrin protects your teeth by curbing the growth of bacteria in the mouth that cause cavities. Daily use of Sukrin may therefore improve dental health.

Studies show that Sukrin has the ability to fight free radicals in the body, and thus acts as an antioxidant. It may also help to protect against damage in blood vessels caused by elevated blood sugar levels.

Calories and Glycemic Index of Sukrin compared to other sweeteners