What’s Skinny


Skinny Sugar is a combination of naturally sourced Australian Cane Sugar and Erythritol. So it’s sugar, but it’s skinny!


What’s Erythritol?

Erythrito was discovered in 1848 by Scottish chemist John Stenhouse. It occurs naturally in some fruit and fermented foods.

Erythritol is 60–70% as sweet as table sugar but has almost no calories. Erythritol does not affect blood sugar, does not cause tooth decay in children or adults, and is only partially absorbed by the body. The majority of Erythritol is excreted by the body. This means it can’t sit on your hips, your thighs or your stomach !!

Why did we create Skinny Sugar?

We created Skinny Sugar because we love sugar in our hot and cold drinks. Most importantly, we love to bake. We have recipes going back generations that need sugar. Using sugar replacements meant the ratios all changed and the results were never as good as the original. Skinny Sugar works just like normal sugar.

Like you, we saw the increasing concerns over high sugar consumption. We hate the bitter, metallic aftertaste of the “natural plant based” substitutes and are aware of the increasing scientific research showing that artificial sweeteners are potentially cancer causing. But just as importantly, none of them work with our favourite recipes.

How does Skinny Sugar work?

Because Skinny Sugar is a combination of natural cane sugar and natural fermented sugar, your actually using real sugar. The only difference is it’s “Skinny” it only has half the calories of full strength sugar. But it tastes like real sugar and it bakes like real sugar.

Try our recipes and let us know what you think. We think you’ll be blown away.

Why use Skinny?

  • Skinny only has half the calories of full sugar.
  • Skinny reduces potential tooth decay.
  • Skinny is not absorbed by your body the same as full sugar.
  • Skinny tastes the same as full sugar, so no metallic taste or throat tickle.
  • Skinny works exactly the same as full sugar in your recipes.
  • Skinny is so much cheaper than any other sugar substitute.

It’s sugar but it’s skinny!