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You can definitely use regular oil instead! Happy Baking!
Lakanto
Seller · September 9, 2021
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This mix does contain cinnamon in it! I hope you have a Sweet Day!
Lakanto
Seller · September 9, 2021
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There are 2 muffins per serving with our Pumpkin Spice muffin mix! Happy baking!
Lakanto
Seller · October 29, 2021
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We do recommend that you eat our products when they are freshly baked but if you do want to eat them the next day, I would suggest putting them into an air sealed container to help them not harden as fast! I hope this helps! Happy baking!
Lakanto
Seller · November 1, 2021
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The whole bag makes 12 muffins!! I hope this helps! Happy baking!
Lakanto
Seller · October 11, 2021
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Hi! While we haven't experimented with making this in a bread maker we do know that this product doesn't contain yeast. Its rising agents are Baking Soda and Baking Powder, because of this discrepancy it may turn out different from other bread mixes you may be used to. So you can give it a try if you'd like, we'd love … see more Hi! While we haven't experimented with making this in a bread maker we do know that this product doesn't contain yeast. Its rising agents are Baking Soda and Baking Powder, because of this discrepancy it may turn out different from other bread mixes you may be used to. So you can give it a try if you'd like, we'd love to hear how it turns out! see less Hi! While we haven't experimented with making this in a bread maker we do know that this product doesn't contain yeast. Its rising agents are Baking Soda and Baking Powder, because of this discrepancy it may turn out different from other bread mixes you may be used to. So you can give it a try if you'd like, we'd love to hear how it turns out!
Lakanto
Seller · October 14, 2021
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Hi! Calculating net carbs can be confusing! Net carbs are the carbohydrates in food which your body digests and uses for energy. Net carbs usually only count starches and sugars because most other types of carbohydrates have no energy value or impact on your blood sugars; so you don't count them towards your daily ca… see more Hi! Calculating net carbs can be confusing! Net carbs are the carbohydrates in food which your body digests and uses for energy. Net carbs usually only count starches and sugars because most other types of carbohydrates have no energy value or impact on your blood sugars; so you don't count them towards your daily carbohydrate limit.

To calculate net carbs, take a food's total carbohydrate and subtract:
Sugar Alcohols like erythritol, because they are indigestible
Fiber, which is a type of carbohydrate our bodies don't break down, so it passes through our digestion unchanged
Take Lakanto Maple Flavored Syrup for example:
The total carbohydrate is 9g. You would subtract the dietary fiber of 3g and the sugar alcohol of 5g leaving you net carb of 1g.
Hope this helps! see less
Hi! Calculating net carbs can be confusing! Net carbs are the carbohydrates in food which your body digests and uses for energy. Net carbs usually only count starches and sugars because most other types of carbohydrates have no energy value or impact on your blood sugars; so you don't count them towards your daily carbohydrate limit.

To calculate net carbs, take a food's total carbohydrate and subtract:
Sugar Alcohols like erythritol, because they are indigestible
Fiber, which is a type of carbohydrate our bodies don't break down, so it passes through our digestion unchanged
Take Lakanto Maple Flavored Syrup for example:
The total carbohydrate is 9g. You would subtract the dietary fiber of 3g and the sugar alcohol of 5g leaving you net carb of 1g.
Hope this helps!

Lakanto
Seller · November 29, 2021