I use them, they are great. I get them at Wal-Mart in the coffee section. Linda..
I find them at Home Goods and Marshalls. 1-2 Tablespoons is a condiment..
I tend to use a drop or two in some of the shakes. I dislike the banana and vanilla shakes, for example so I'll add a little SF caramel or hazelnut to them and it takes away the "fake" flavor to me. It's all personal preference!..
Thanks, Ladies! I have found some great recipes to make shakes w/them so I will definitely have to give them a try...
Love them! I use them in a bunch of different recipes...even makes icing for my oatmeal cookies!..
Love them...especially the German Chocolate Cake syrup - which I add to my chocolate shake mixes..
Also, you can use a syrup as substitute for some or all of the water in the Shake Cake recipe - if you like a really sweet cake. :-).
So far, I've used: Chocolate, Vanilla, German Chocolate Cake, Peanut Butter, Gingerbread, Banana, Blueberry and "Sweetner" - it has no flavor, can be used as liquid splenda...
What is the "Shake Cake" recipe? Sounds really good.....
1 pkg shake mix (I like the antioxidant shakes best).
1/2 tsp. baking powder.
2 Tbsp. Egg Beaters.
2 Tbsp. Water (substitute some or all with DaVinci Syrup).
Mix above together in a microwaveable bowl with high sides. I use a Corelle "berry bowl". Zap in the microwave for 2 minutes..
Sometimes I mix up an "icing" of FF cream cheese with Splenda or PB2 with DaVinci Syrup instead of water.
Search the "Recipes" board for other variations - including one with pumpkin added...
I'm a newbie and I keep seeing PB2 in recipes; I have no idea what it is. Help please..
PB2 is a powdered peanut butter with about 85% less fat calories..