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By May 13, 2015March 23rd, 2019Uncategorized

 New Low Carb Company coming to the US


Sukrin is a company based in Norway that focuses on gluten free and low carb and is coming to the United States. You can purchase their products on Amazon.com by clicking HERE. 

Some of their tasty products include: Peanut Flour, Sesame flour (great for nut allergies), Almond flour, sweetener (erythritol and stevia), brown sugar and chocolate bars.  I love having healthy options and the more the merrier in my opinion.  I have really liked all that I have tried so Sukrin is another great option for the keto lifestyle.

Click HERE to find my recipes using Peanut Flour.


Click HERE to find my favorite recipes using almond flour.


Sesame Flour

Erythritol natural sweetener

Brown “Sugar” natural sweetener

Click HERE to find recipes to use Brown “sugar”


Maria Emmerich

Maria is a wellness expert who has helped clients follow a Ketogenic lifestyle to heal and lose weight for over 20 years. She has helped thousands of clients get healthy, get off medications and heal their bodies; losing weight is just a bonus. She is the international best selling author of several books including "Keto: The Complete Guide to Success on the Ketogenic Diet.".


  • Wiera says:

    hello….You should try out sukrins new sirups..they are great. And i have made your vanilla Bean cheesecake a while Ago and everone in my family loved it.

  • Catriona says:

    In Ireland we don’t get Swerve so been using Sukrin’s erythritol and erythritol+stevia (granulated and icing varieties) combined since forever and they work a treat in all the recipes. Deff recommend. 🙂

  • Is their sweetener better than swerve?

  • Judi says:

    This is from the mix description. “This tasty Low Calorie cake mix contains Sukrin Granulated, an All-Natural zero calorie sugar alternative made from glucose derived from corn starch. (Naturally gluten free)”. Is this not still sugar? Thanks!

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      Yes, sorry about that. I don’t recommend that product, that was an error. I removed it above. I like their sweeteners and chocolate bars and some of their flours. 🙂

  • Cathi says:

    so this looks GREAT! Do you have the chocolate bars in your astore? I don’t see them…

  • Stephanie says:

    Does it have the same “cooling” properties that Swerve has? I love Swerve, but in some items, that mouth cooling effect can be undesired! 😉

  • Marge E says:

    thanks Maria. Looking for chocolate bear that isn’t so crazy pricey or have to buy in such large quantities.

  • Helena says:

    In Iceland, we can get these products everywhere – they are the best! I noticed that you are linking to the Sesame Flour on Amazon that sells for a ridiculous price and has to ship from the UK. Sukrin sesame flour can be bought for less than 1/4 of that price ($5.99) and fast US shipping on sukrinusa.com….

  • Brenda says:

    Plus free shipping on any order over $75!

  • nina says:

    Sukrin is the best sweetener I’ve come across so far!

  • Jamie H. says:

    While I see you recommend some of their sweeteners and chocolate bars, I did not see anything regarding their fiber syrups (clear or gold). They appear to be made with isomalt. I was wondering if you would recommend these as well or only the sugar substitutes. Thank you for all you do!

  • Barbara B says:

    To further answer Jaime H, I tried the Sukrin Gold as a binder in a large batch of homemade granola (2 TBSP) Tasted good, but it spiked my blood sugar a good bit. If you are diabetic, I’d avoid on that reason alone. If you want to try it, I’d suggest testing before and after to see what it does to you. Unfortunately, I’ve seen it being hyped on several groups and I know some bloggers have received free samples (which has been disclosed). Sukrin’s own website has a disclaimer that it is not for diabetics. I’ve tried the Sukrin 1 and 1 of the bread mixes and both were good for me. Just not the fiber syrups.

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      Agreed, I don’t recommend the syrups either (was offered free sample but knew it wouldn’t be for me). 🙂

  • Chantal says:

    What about the Sukrin bread mixes

  • Kimberlee says:

    The syrup contains malt extract. Those with gluten sensitivities and Celiacs cannot eat this.

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