What 10 Grams of Sugar at Dessert Appears Like


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So instead of swearing off dessert forever, stick to smarter portion sizes and opt for lower-sugar versions of your favorite treats. To give you an idea of what that looks like, here are five delicious desserts under 202 calories with 10 grams of sugar or less per serving. It might be difficult to imagine what 10 grams of sugar looks like. To help, convert grams to teaspoons.

According to Michigan State University, four grams of sugar is equal to one teaspoon. This means that each serving of cereal containing 10 grams of sugar has 2.4 teaspoons’ worth. The Recommended Daily Limit for Added Sugar Looks Like This what eating 50 grams and 25 grams of added sugar per day actually looks like. want to — like on a dessert date with a pal.

There are obvious high-sugar temptations out there — like a small Banana Berry Smoothie at Jamba Juice, which packs 59 grams of sugar, or a slice of banana bread at Starbucks with 30 grams of sugar. Other healthy seeming choices, like instant maple brown sugar oatmeal, contains 12 grams of sugar, and 1 cup of Raisin Bran can pack 18 grams of. The average adult should only consume 24 grams of sugar a day, but many sweets can contain triple that amount. So we searched high and low for companies that have mastered the art of creating delicious desserts with 10 grams or less per serving. Just watch the portion size!

Find out the answer is very simple! It is 2 times larger in volume than tea, respectively, one dessert is equal to two tea (this applies to grams and milliliters). Tablespoon mixes 15 ml, that is, 3 tea or 1.5 dessert. And in one 200-gram glass will include 40 tea, 20 dessert or 16 tablespoons.

How many ml in dessert spoon: the most popular. Sugar appears first or second on most bottled versions’ ingredient lists, which explains why a single tablespoon can easily contain 9 or 10 grams. Yikes.

Sugar per serving. What does a gram of sugar—or salt, or fat—really look like? I went on a mission to find out: We’re used to measuring things by volume here in the US, and adding butter, sugar, and salt to our recipes by the cups and tablespoons. Courtesy of Taco Bell The teeny, tiny Cinnabon Delights look a lot more glutinous than they actually are. They’re like donut holes filled with icing, and a two-pack shockingly has only 160.

While this cereal contains a touch of barley malt, a three-quarters cup portion provides less than 1 gram of sugar, along with 7 grams of protein, 5 grams of fat, and 38 grams of carb with an.

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For example, a tablespoon of unsweetened cocoa weighs around 5 grams, while a tablespoon of sugar weighs about 12 grams.

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The juice and grated rind of six lemons, a pint of milk or cream, six ounces of sponge cake or macaroons, eight yolks, and the whites of four eggs (whipped to a froth), one pound of sugar, and a little salt.

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With 3.0 calories per gram, the organoleptic and technical properties of crystalline maltitol are similar to sucrose, making it effective in baked cookies or crème fillings.

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When the au courant measurement switched to the glycemic index, they knew how many grams of fat, protein and carbohydrates were in a piece of toast, a teaspoon of olive oil, a blueberry muffin.

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them put in three ounces of fine mostaccioli, three ounces of marzipan paste261 or else thin slices of bread soaked in rose vinegar, eight ounces of fine sugar, half an ounce of cinnamon and a quarter-ounce of cloves and nutmeg together.

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soft peaks, adding 25 grams (1 ounce) of the sugar toward the end.

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There are about 5 grams in a teaspoon, 14 grams in a tablespoon, and 28 grams (2 tablespoons) in an ounce.

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(There are about 4.2 grams of sugar in a teaspoon.)

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While the cookies are warm, lift them with a spatula, one at a time, into a large mixing bowl with the remaining 2 cups (8 oz/227 g) confectioners’ sugar.

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Each serving: About 200 calories, 8g protein, 24g carbohydrate, Remove from heat; stir in vanilla, melted chocolate, and i 7g total fat (4g saturated), 159mg cholesterol, 145mg sodium margarine.

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  • This video is awesome… and you didnt butcher the names. Appreciate the research done and your hardwork in putting this vid together.

  • Me when I see this video: Ewww I’m never eating this again!

    Me when I come across one of those foods: Yum that looks nice I’ll eat it!

  • Baby: grabs sponge

    Adult: nah it’s fine that my cake I hope they like it

    30 minutes later…

    Adult: hey!!! Little Timmy where are yoOH WHAT THE FCK

    baby: is choking on the sponge

  • Hears her say Australian-New Zealand dessert controversy.
    Waits for her to mention Pavlova
    Starts talking about lamingtons?
    Nobody really cares about lamingtons (in New Zealand we call them lamingtons) they’re Australian, but they try to say that they invented pav which isn’t true.

  • Knafeh is specifically Palestinian, and it originates in Nablus. It’s a piece of heaven that has two shapes, either flat on a tray like the one in the video, or as fingers. Both have the same concept except for the shape..

  • But most of these could have NATURAL sugars. I’d rather eat the other cereal than froot loops because it has more fiber and protein!

  • Part 2? Btw in Wales Welsh cakes a re a popular dessert. It’s like a fried dough that traditionally has raisins inside but you can also make/buy ones with chocolate.

  • Of all the hundreds of sweets India has to offer. GULAB JAMUN!??!! Its an okay-ish dessert. Bring on the barfi, gajar halwa, moong dal halwa, rasgullas, payasam and RASMALAI.

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  • Really!? Wow thats alot of sugars.
    But they don’t taste sweet either so i don’t really understand a salty food can have a crazy amount of sugars.

  • Why you do Iceland dirty like that? Yogurt with many different flavours? You
    Really can’t find a traditional Icelandic searched in google

  • If you ever come to Argentina, ask for “Super Dulce de leche” icecream. Anything with dulce de leche really. And don’t forget the facturas.

  • All of these are beautifully pronounced and definitely things I would like to try as a desert lover! I disagree that Lamington’s are a signature Aussie dessert as you are more likely to come across a Pav for dessert. Might just be my area!?

  • Emmy: “Wowww look at that, it’s so beautiful.” takes a tastes
    “HMMMMMMMM ����������”

    I guess it’s 10/10 Aesthetics but 5/10 taste.
    It probably has a Mondé mammon consistency.

  • I’m giving your awfully tempting cloudbread recipe in this video a try tonight! I used a 1/4 tea of frozen lime juice & 1 drop of yellow food coloring ( my green dried up & felt if i mixed 1 drop of each yellow & blue would be too much!) So far it looks real good!

  • All light products have more sugar. Thats because they have less fat and fat is flavour, ergo without sugar they would be unpaletable. I

  • David Unwin is a complete moron! Has no clue about nutrition and no clue about the Glycemic Index or Glycemic Load! Comparing a potato to sugar cubes is completely misleading and sends a bad message to people.This is why MD/GP need to step off and let the professional RDBs do their job!
    26 years ago lost 100 pounds of fat, gained 40 pounds of muscle, reversed my T2, lowered my LDL cholesterol and lowered my Blood pressure eating 300 g carbs a day every day! I ate white & sweet potatoes, brown rice, oatmeal, and even WHITE PASTA!
    David Unwin needs to delete his videos, how Twitter, and all other social media and STOP giving out bad info!
    I strongly suggest NO ONE listens to this man and they ignore his bad advice.
    I have helped 1,000s of people reverse the T2/IR and lose weight without cutting carbs. Cutting carbs for diabetes is a MYTH that needs to die along with low fat/high protein and other fad diets! We need a healthy balance of carbs, protein, and healthy fats!

  • If you have diabetes and ate the most sugary snack, the suger does not effect your body because uts mixed with alot of this so it doesn’t appear to be tasty as sugary.

  • great video, i’m from brasil and we really love brigadeiro but there’s better desserts and i love the desserts from argentina, italy and france either.

  • So many desserts like jalebi, sandesh, peda, barfi, ras malai, halwa, gujiya and many more you thought of gulab jamun only ����

  • Why don’t you guys do video with CRAP that they put in food, now letters see gmo’s, or how everything is Ladden with salt (sodium nitrate, sodium triphosphate, etc…)?

  • Tbh I dont like eating things that have too much sugar but arent sweet. Like some types of chocolates. If I want something with lots of sugar, I expect it to be sweet and purely sweet, otherwise its just uneccessary calories.

  • there are such thing as “bad sugars” and “good sugars”. For The Bad Sugars The Bad sugars are for soda, donuts, and more. For The Good Sugars: milk, juice, and fruit. so if you are adding orange juice to this list, that wouldn’t be such a good idea.

  • That’s the saddest halo halo I’ve ever seen.. It lacks of ingredients.. Plus the ube ice cream, not purple enough.. I doubt if that is a real ube..

  • Such a great and interesting video I learnt something’s yeah it’s very shocking I think something needs to be done here to reduce the amount of sugar we are eating everyday in these kinds of foods because that is why there is a epidemic yeah

  • OMG I WATCHED U WHEN U WERE MAKING POPPIN COOKIN VIDEOOOS along with another person that makes her brother taste the poppin cookin stuff she maakes�� YOU’VE GROOOWN SO MUCHH OMG ILOVEWYOUU

  • However, let’s not forget the other health benefits. Muesli may have twice as much sugar as fruit loops, but contains much more fibre and depending the kind you buy, the sugar may all come from the dried/fresh fruit.

  • I was pleasantly surprised when she pronounced my country’s dessert as well as other country’s dessert names to the best of her abilities.

  • Was super excited when she came to talk about my home country Guyana but was kinda disappointed when she didn’t even say the name or really said much but I’m glad where their ��

  • The coffee cloud thing was better at least it tasted normal like coffee or this is not good at all was like how she explained it fluffy egg

  • There’s a prank where it looks like a cake but it’s actually a sponge. Now this is a prank where it looks like a sponge but it’s actually a cake.

  • It really depends on what brands your buying. And most of the sugar in Musli is natural I agree they add extra processed stuff but no way it has more then fruit loops

  • Coco cola orange juice monster energy drink muesli fruit loops frappucono snickers cliff bar and pop tarts don’t have hidden sugar. You can taste the sugar in those foods

  • I pranked my friend with that I gave my self a fake sponge and for my friends the real sponge now he’s in the hospital and I said to the doctor why he ate a sponge cuz he’s crazy not my fault I said to the Dr.

  • What do you think? This is a good idea for a birthday cake or it is everything but romantic? �� How would you feel reciving this cake on your birthday?

  • What would happen If I prank my friend �� just thinking it didn’t happen with me
    Me:eating this cake
    My friend:let’s go to mental hospital u really deserve that



  • I hate videos like this… make people thing “fuck it I’m gunna be obese no matter what I do” in fast suger is better than fat! so you are better off with sugery fruit then things like red meat. also sweets like jellys have so much more suger!

  • I tried this, I used two different frothers and I used my electric mixer and mixed it for like a half an hour and I even added a bit more ingredients and it didn’t end up forming stiff peaks I was so disappointed ��

  • It’s sad that a topic that should be as uniting as exploring the sweet desserts found across the world, humans loving sweet things and trying new things, would create so much bickering and insults in the comment section.

  • This reminds me of a cartoon I watched when I was younger with two cat children who found a cloud and their mother made cloud bread out of it

  • I tried hello fresh for the first time recently only because it was 50% off first box. But it is way too expensive to get at full price.

    I was so excited for this promo code but alas it is only for USA ��

  • I’m doing a 30 day sugar detox and it has been very difficult. This video was well put together and organized. Very helpful and inspirational!

  • So what it’s 35 grams try making cupcakes from scratch u need a whole cup I think this vid is for highly healthy people I eat all these things every day and I look like a toothpick!

  • That’s the same way I’ve always separated eggs. Thought I was the only one who did that. A friend of mine once asked me why I don’t just use an egg separator and I simply told her “Because it’s easier this way.” I’ve tried a couple of different egg-separating gadgets and went back to the way I’ve always done it.

  • When you said “Hellofresh” it kinda sounds like you’re saying “Hellafresh” ��
    It’s so cool because hellofresh has hellafresh ingredients haha

  • Im confused, in the video she said to bake a 350°f, but in the description, it says to bake a 300°f, im making this bread tomorrow, so please reply. Also does the sugar in it make it sweet? And if it does, can i skip the sugar?

  • I don’t want to be mean, mostly her pronunciation was ok but… I speak German with an slide accent and… I couldn’t understand a single word…

  • God to the motherfucking damn! I’m so glad I stopped drinking sodas years ago. I checked out a Dr Pepper that my niece has in her fridge, and it has 70 grams of sugar, 7 grams shy of what you showed. You have to be 21 to drink alcohol, but you can drink and eat sugar-filled products soon after you’re born. It’s a fucked up world we live in.