This is the BEST sugar free syrup. I have tried many different syrups and this is by far the best. It is not watery. The thickness is very close to the regular full sugar version. It even has that slightly buttery taste of the original. It's not as sweet tasting but I like that better anyhow. It does not have the funny chemical taste that many sugar free syrups do. My local grocery store recently stopped carrying this and replaced it with their own store brand instead. I didn't have anything else to choose from so I bought it and could not believe the difference. That store brand was watery and fake tasting. Sooo glad Mrs. B sugar free is carried here so I can have my low carb pancakes and syrup again!!!!
Tastes good...but not a good health choice. there are a ton of ingredients in this product. anything that can be found in nature such as syrup, shouldn't have so many additives... in the long run the real stuff is actually better for the body. but it does taste good.
Great syrup. Never used it for low carbing but ordered some and never used it. Ran out of regular syrup and used this. Hardly can tell the difference. And if you don't load up on it you can't tell the difference at all! Great taste my whole family couldn't tell the difference. Very good 0 carb product.
I've had this a few times now with my waffles. It's decent although not nearly as good as the regular Mrs. Butterworth's. It does seem to have a little bit of an aftertaste. Overall I think it's worth using but I will be trying a couple other alternatives to see if there's anything better out there.
The taste of this syrup is very good. However, the consistency is thinner than I'd like. I have to use more of it than regular Mrs. Butterworth's. Even so, I enjoyed my pancakes and the idea of having pancakes on a low-carb diet without cheating is worth the extra syrup.
This product tastes quite good,probably the best sugar-free pancake syrups I've tried. BUT I am not recommending it because it contains aspartame. There is no phenylketonurics warning on the label, which there should be when a product contains aspartame, so when I first purchased it I assumed there was no aspartame in it.
I kept getting headaches after I consumed it, but thought it was just a coincidence, that is until I reread the label. There is aspartame in it, which is an excitotoxin, buried in the ingredient list. It's really disappointing that they continue to use this sweetener in this product, even though they have other sweeteners in it as well. I don't see why they couldn't have just omitted it.
Until they do, I cannot recommend it.
Editors note: The product label does contain the phenylketonurics warning.
When I first tasted this 2-3 years ago, it was really good. Unfortunately, the most recent bottle tastes different. The product is slimy and thick with an unpleasant sour aftertaste. Too much xanthan gum and citric acid. I rarely say this, but I'll stick with Walden Farms pancake syrup.