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Oh my goodness! I bought 2 different bottles of Sugar Free Pancake Syrup and notice the carbs are 12g per teaspoon! I cant believe I had it on 2 pancakes...agh, so sad. WHat is everyone using that is yummy and has no carbs?? Love the pancakes but cant eat them plain...

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Wow, thats aweful! You can go to netrition.com and buy the Walden Farms sf syrup! Thats what we mostly use around this town lol, is WALDEN FARMS!.

Im waiting on my order now!..

Comment #1

Definitely Walden Farms..

Hope you don't take this the wrong way, but perhaps you should read the labels before you buy in the future? Just a suggestions...

Comment #2

Walden Farms. Their pancake syrup is surprisingly good. Nom!..

Comment #3

Smucker's sugar free low calorie breakfast syrup: 1/4 cup = 25 cal, 0 fat, 85 mg sodium,.

8g carbs and it's really good with pancakes...

Comment #4

Another vote for Walden Farms. I'm gonna be using that stuff forever!..

Comment #5

Walden Farms. I was also shocked by the carbs reduced sugar syrups at the grocery store..

I made the same mistake with diet orange soda early on. I made the assumption that "diet" meant 0 carbs and 0 calories and bought the diet Orange Crush to mix with my shakes. It had enough carbs to throw me out of ketosis. Now, I use the diet Orange Sunkist which is 0 and 0 but has caffeine. Anyway, we live and learn...

Comment #6

I got the Waldon Farms too. I was a bit hesitant because I haven't had good luck with the other Waldon Farms products I've tried. Well, I love the pancake syrup. I make my pancakes as a muffin and use just a dribble of the syrup, not even a 1/2 teaspoon. Love it..

Comment #7

My SF syrup does have the carbs, but I went through and looked for the "lesser of all evils" in the SF's my store offered (unfortunatley no WF syrup) - but keep in mind the "serving" size is 1/4 cup and that's a lot of syrup! Most of the time I use 1 to 1-1/2 T and that's it - however because of the extra carbs in the syrup I limit myself to pancakes no more than once a day...

Comment #8

I love Walden Farms syrup. Vermont sugar free is also a great. It has 15 calories and 5 carbs for a 1/4 cup serving. I have trouble finding it at my store, but found a source in another city we visit frequently...

Comment #9

Im totally on the walden farms syrup and the nice part is that both of my local grocery stores carry it so I dont have to send for it. Im not a syrup fan as a rule but that stuff is good even in small amounts...

Comment #10

I spend 15 minutes in the dressing aisle almost every week looking for a new flavor of dressing with minimal carbs. I've been reading labels very carefully. What I have noticed is this, some front labels say 0 calories, 0 carbs, but when you read the nutrition label on the back, there are carbs and more than you would think. I almost grabbed a bottle without reading the nutrition label...

Comment #11

No offense, I wasnt smart enough to read the back! Definitely a live and learn. I saw sugar free, low calorie etc on the front. My mistake and wont happen again. When I DID finally read it, I about fell out!!!!! I will order the WF pancake syrup...

Comment #12

I use this also but find I need nowhere near 1/4 cup!..

Comment #13

Vermont Sugar Free Syrup - made with Splenda...taste great and I get it at my local grocery store...

Comment #14

Mrs. Butterworth:.

Sugarfree Syrup (Mrs. Butterworth's).

Serving Size: 1/4 cup; Calories: 35, Total Fat: 0g, Carbs: 12g, Protein: 0g.

I would never use that much syrup on my Medifast pancakes anyway just a 1 tbs or so..

I had it yesterday for the first time on my pancakes and it was really good...

Comment #15

Don't feel bad! I did the same exact thing, only I didn't figure it out until I read your post!..

Comment #16

Walden Farms 0 carbs.

Vermont 6 carbs.

I have Vermont on hand for when I am out of Walden Farms. I have to order it...

Comment #17

I too am a Walden Farms user. I am lucky that my local store now stocks it but not much else from WF. I have tried the barb. sauce but didn't care for it. I still have one wrapped in the bubble wrap that they sent it since I didn't like it. They are nice enough to say that it is guranteed and you can send it back but you have to pay to send it back to get $ back or a replacement so I will take the loss and stick with the yummy syrup.

That is what we are all in this to learn..

Comment #18

Im sure most people know this, but 4TBSP = 1/4 cup..

When you're using syrups with 8g-10g carbs, you're still using a significant amount of carbs with just a few TBSP. Just something to keep in mind..

5g carbs for a condiment where your total intake is 80g. Pretty significant...

Comment #19

Something to consider..."Sugar Free" most often means sweetened with sugar alcohol (like Medifast products). Sugar alcohols don't metabolize the same as refined sugar, but they're counted as a carb just the same..

Just curious, was it 12 grams of "carbs" or 12 grams of "sugar"?..

Comment #20

Walden Farms. I was also shocked by the carbs reduced sugar syrups at the grocery store.

I made the same mistake with diet orange soda early on. I made the assumption that "diet" meant 0 carbs and 0 calories and bought the diet Orange Crush to mix with my shakes. It had enough carbs to throw me out of ketosis. Now, I use the diet Orange Sunkist which is 0 and 0 but has caffeine. Anyway, we live and learn...

Comment #21

Im sure most people know this, but 4TBSP = 1/4 cup.

When you're using syrups with 8g-10g carbs, you're still using a significant amount of carbs with just a few TBSP. Just something to keep in mind..

5g carbs for a condiment where your total intake is 80g. Pretty significant...

Comment #22

Something to consider..."Sugar Free" most often means sweetened with sugar alcohol (like Medifast products). Sugar alcohols don't metabolize the same as refined sugar, but they're counted as a carb just the same.

Just curious, was it 12 grams of "carbs" or 12 grams of "sugar"?..

Comment #23


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