Right before having surgery, I found out that I was getting this opportunity, I did my shopping right away.. thank goodness! I thought I would be working by Wednesday. 🙂 Here it is Thursday and I am still in bed most of the day! Anyway, if you visit my Google+ album you can see the last shopper insight I did for Equal Sucralose as well as this most recent one. Simply click the picture below to get to my album
I also took a short video where I discuss the pros and cons of Equal Sucralose in the yellow canister! If you are reading this via a reader, or in your email, you will need to click through to see the following video:
I really love doing these shops and paying major attention to our Wal-Mart stores! It is very interesting to find the ones that I like best are actually the ones that are well stocked, have friendly staff, and are the cleanest. Until you start analyzing pictures, you don’t really notice how empty some of the shelves are or how much filth covers some of the floors!
OK, side tracked! HA!
I like to sneak artificial sweetener into several items I make. I don’t usually replace all the sugar with Equal, but at least half. My boys don’t notice a difference, but I notice a major calorie difference! How do you try to lower the calorie content in your daily life?
What is your thought on the flavor or after-taste of artificial sweeteners likes Equal and Splenda? I have found that we don’t notice the after taste if we use a little sugar, or if we use it in something that has a flavor, like tomato sauce.
I am making the Bayou Zinger this time around. That recipe can be found on the Equal website and as soon as I can stand up for a bit, I will get it made and posted at Southern Mom Cooks and will update this post.
This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. #CBias
Shopping Completed at: Store #853, Mobile, AL