Just flavour – We leave the sweetening up to you
Flavour Nation flavouring is an absolute winner in baked goodies, icings and other confectionery creations. Why? Well, because it thrives in the presence of sweetness. Our flavouring product delivers just flavour with no added sweetness, preservatives, or calories. It is not sweet, or syrupy which means we leave the sweetening up to you based on your healthy and dietary requirements. Getting the most out of your flavouring means adding it to a mixture that is either already sweetened (e.g. sweetened vanilla yoghurt, soda drinks, sweetened instant puddings, jelly, ice-cream, meal-replacement shakes), or that you are adding sweetness to yourself with the use of sugar, xylitol, or Flavour Nation sugar-free liquid sweetener (e.g. baking batter, icing, coffee, tea).
Lifestyle friendly flavouring
Quality-focused sugar free flavouring
- No preservatives
- No colourants
- No stabilisers
- No sugar
- No sweetener
- No carbs
- No vegetable oil
Type of flavouring
- Nature identical flavouring
- Propylene glycol
How many drops of flavour do I use?
Add 5 – 15 drops of flavouring per cup/250 ml of whatever food or beverage you’re making.
Flavour your creative heart out!
- Flavour low-cal puds with strawberry-kiwi flavouring
- Add strawberry-kiwi flavour to regular vanilla or plain yoghurt. Oh-so-yummy!
- Strawberry-kiwi flavoured tea anyone?
- Make your own strawberry-kiwi jelly
- Jazz up sparkling water
- Give plain vanilla or coconut ice-cream a little strawberry-kiwi oomph
- Add a strawberry-kiwi flavour punch to breakfast oats without adding calories
- Make your own strawberry-kiwi ice-tea
Zero calorie strawberry-kiwi flavouring
Stay on the weight-watcher wagon
Transform anything from Coke Light, to low-carb cake creations by adding flavouring to it. Don’t let yourself fall off the ol’ wagon because you’re bored of the low-calorie food and beverage staples you’re sticking to everyday. Rather keep things interesting and transform calorie-conservative classics with a li’l fun flavouring.