Allulose is a low-calorie sugar that has the same taste and feel as regular sugar but with 90% fewer calories.
It’s around 70% as sweet as regular sugar, becomes more soluble when heated, and is found naturally in wheat, figs, raisins, and jackfruit. You can use allulose in all the same ways as regular sugar, but since it’s not as sweet, you may want to use a little more to achieve the desired sweetness. Allulose is a great alternative for those looking to reduce their sugar intake without sacrificing taste.
Allulose is low in net carbohydrates and friendly to the ketogenic and paleo diets, as well as grain- and gluten-free. It’s frequently mixed with other natural sweeteners such as: