Splenda Brown Sugar Substitute

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

A homemade brown sugar substitute for people trying to watch their sugar intake.


  1. Mix Splenda with molasses, stirring with a fork until well mixed and then further mixing with fingertips until it is of a brown sugar consistency.
  2. Measure and use as you would brown sugar.
  3. (24 grams Carb in 1 cup Splenda; 16 grams Carb in 1 Tbls molasses= 40 grams Carb per 1 cup brown sugar substitute).


Most Helpful

This ingenius concoction works and tastes just great. I used it for my yummy Strawberries Dipped in Sour Cream and Brown Sugar and there was only a slight noticeable difference in taste. I always use the dense, blackstrap molasses which added a slight anise taste, but if a milder molasses is used, the result should be even better. I plan on making some ginger cookies with this subsitute and feel pretty certain that it will work just fine. Thanks for finding or creating this Leta!!

Geema June 01, 2003

I threw out my Splenda when I found out that the Chlorine in it is very dangerous. I will try this with a bit of Stevia mixed with molasses instead.

ThatSouthernBelle May 01, 2009

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