Made with real blueberries, Nature's Hollow has great taste and quality
Blueberries are one of nature's most perfect foods and are what nutritionist Dr. Jonny Bowden found to be one of the healthiest foods on the planet you can eat. They are naturally low-carb, packed with an abundance of antioxidants and taste oh so good that you'll want to eat them every single day! In fact, I just stocked up on several containers of fresh ones last night when I caught them on sale at my local grocery store. :D Blueberries, baby! WOO HOO!
I recently came across this new syrup that uses the goodness of real blueberries along with the natural sweetener Xylitol to create an incredible-tasting product called Nature's Hollow Wild Blueberry Syrup. It comes in a 8.5 oz glass container and can be used on anything that you want to infuse with the powerful flavor of blueberries! I've used it on top of my low-carb ice cream as a unique topping, on low-carb pancakes from time to time, and even in recipes that needed a bit of blueberry zing!
NOW brand of Xylitol comes in 1 lb. packages
Just in case you are wondering, Xylitol can be purchased separately as a natural low-calorie sweetener. It is the sweetner commonly found in fruits and vegetables. Made from cornhusk and about half as sweet as sugar, this 5-carbon sugar alcohol ranks low on the glycemic index because it metabolizes slower, is lower in calories, and even provides benefits to your teeth! :D
Each 1/6 cup serving size of Nature's Hollow Wild Blueberry Syrup has only 22 calories and just 0.5g net carbs which is from the natural sugars found in the blueberries. Remember, Xylitol is a sugar alcohol, so be sure not to overconsume to avod the gastric distress that comes from doing so.
So give it a try and prepare to be blown away by how good it is! I sure was and I think you will be, too! In fact, for a limited time, Low-Carb Connoisseur has the Nature's Hollow Wild Blueberry Syrup on sale so you can stock up on this incredible product. Please let me know how you liked it because it genuinely surprised me that it tasted as good as it did.