by Splenda |
Item # 717904
Model # 063602 |

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  • No-calorie sweetener
  • 1200 Splenda packets
  • Sprinkle on cereals and anything that needs extra sweetening
  • Great for all beverages including tea, coffee and lemonade
  • Long shelf life
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Kick out the calories with SPLENDA® Sweetener (1,200-count). It offers a no-calorie alternative to sugar that's just as sweet. Excellent for morning coffee, lemonades, teas and more, it comes in convenient easy-tear packets.

What's in Splenda Sweetener?

Splenda contains maltodextrin, dextrose and sucralose, an artificial compound that mimics the sweetness of sugar. It safe for use in almost any recipe that requires sugar, making it a popular tabletop sweetener in millions of homes.

Can Splenda Sweetener be used for Baking?

Splenda is heat-stable to temperatures of up to 450°F. This makes it a great pick for a variety of baking recipes. Add it to your cakes, cookies or biscuits for a natural-tasting sweet finish. Use a one-to-one ratio in recipes where Splenda is used as an alternative for sugar. Splenda can also be used to sweeten other meals. You can sprinkle some on fresh fruit, add some to cereal and more.

Individual Packets

Give your morning coffee a sweet lift with ease. The low-calorie sweetener comes in individual packets, so they're a breeze to serve. The individual packaging also makes them a convenient choice for office break rooms, restaurants and coffee houses. Spread them on the counter for guests to use. Each packet offers the same sweetness of two teaspoons of sugar, so it's easy to determine just how much sweetness you need. And with 1200 per pack, you have plenty to last a while.

How many Calories are in Splenda Sweetener?

Splenda is described as a no-calorie sweetener because each packet contains zero calories. Plus, it contains no sodium, no fat and no carbohydrates. Suitable for most diets, it is made from sugar, it tastes like sugar but it's not sugar. How sweet is that?

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