A Great Deal on Agave Nectar


I use agave nectar in my cooking because I’m trying to avoid refined sugar in my diet. Agave is a great replacement for sugar, and it works well in baking or as a sugar sweet shot in your cereal or coffee. I love the clean taste, the gentle texture, and the way it easily mixes into any liquid. If it weren’t for agave nectar, I probably wouldn’t eat anything sweet anymore.

A lot of my readers have a hard time finding agave nectar in their area, or else it’s really expensive when they do find it. I just found a great deal on Amazon – 12 bottles for $34! That breaks down to about $2.83 a bottle, which is substantially lower than what I pay for it at my local grocery store (where it runs about $5 or more). If you order with Super Saver Shipping, you’ll get your box shipped for free – and unless you live in Washington, you won’t have to pay sales tax. This is a ridiculously good deal on agave, and if you’re trying to avoid putting refined crap in your body, you should seriously check this stuff out.

Here you go:
Madhava Raw Pure Organic, Agave Nectar Natural Sweetener, Light, 11.75-Ounce Squeeze Bottles (Pack of 12)

You can thank me by leaving a comment here letting me know your favorite use for agave nectar. :)

If you want to know more about how to bake with agave, check out Ania Catalano’s Baking with Agave Nectar: Over 100 Recipes Using Nature’s Ultimate Sweetener. I love this book, and it’s really helped me to reduce the amount of refined sugar in my diet without feeling deprived of baked goodies.

Comments

  1. Roxanne @ Champion of My Heart says:

    Ooh! Since I’m trying to cut back on sugar, I should get some of this stuff and find that book. Thanks!

    • Agave has really helped me improve my diet without feeling like I’m dying for something sweet. I actually prefer its taste over sugar, too!

  2. Awesome-what a deal! I’ve only used it a few times, but my sister turned me on to it and has used it quite a bit in things like homemade granola bars. I think I’ll take advantage of the deal and give some to her! It’s cheaper than honey at that price! And thanks for the “cooking with agave” link.

    • Yay! I bought a big box and shared it with some friends. I still ended up with enough agave to last me six months, and for super cheap.

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