Agave Sugar is a natural sweetener. It is an ideal substitute for white and brown sugar.
Dark raw agave sugar is the least refined one of all the sugars produced from agave. It is obtained from the Mexican cactus blue agave and contains fructose, glucose, as well as a certain amount of iron. It is extracted slowly and is completely raw, because the temperature in the separation process never exceeds 42°C. It is commonly used to sweeten beverages lice coffee, tea, hot drinks, and also as white sugar substitute in cakes, cakes, pastries etc.
Agave sugar is actually a dehydrated form of agave syrup. It is obtained by removing all moisture from agave syrup. A special process is used to blow the air into agave sugar to change its powder texture into granulated. This is how agave sugar remains raw, retaining a very fine taste while its granular structure does not allow conglutination.
Agave sugar benefits are much the same as those of agave syrup. It has a low glycemic index (around 17) and is easily dissolved. Thanks to a low glycemic index, with prior consultation with their doctor, diabetics can use it, as well as all those who try to keep blood sugar levels under control. It is excellent substitute for white or brown sugar in all sorts of cakes and pastries. It can be used as substitute for white and brown sugars in all recipes.