hot40something wrote:For the Sugar free fudgsicles, are they any out there w/out aspartame or splenda? I looked at my local Wild Oats but only found one made with cane sugar.
RedRox wrote:And FWIW, the warnings about saccharin were removed from packaging in 2000 based on better and newer science and issues with the original studies and their actual relevance to humans. It is still used by many people in the form of the brand name of Sweet n Low.
nygirl22 wrote:Oh! Gotcha! I knew it was still sold b/c my mother buys it but I wasn't sure if companies still stay away from it.
hot40something wrote:Red in Colorado,
Thanks for all the info! You really have to be a label nazi, don't you? I have really learned a lot from reading this board.
Hot 40 (in Littleton)
HealthyHopes wrote:Is "Cool Whip Free" OK to use with this dessert or should I just use the light Cool Whip Still trying to figure out light vs. fat free items I'm supposed to be using. I've been using the Cool Whip Free for this dessert, but now I'm worried I may be sabotaging the good/SB friendliness of this recipe...but, I do only use 2Tbs at most so maybe I'm not...I DO NOT KNOW, will someone please tell me if the Cool Whip Free is ok? I'm making myself crazy!
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