SweetLeaf Sweet Drops Cola #Giveaway

Trying to cut back on calories and sugar in your drinks but concerned about using artificial sweeteners? SweetLeaf Liquid Stevia Sweet drops are a wonderful natural alternative to diet sodas. They can be added to a variety of foods or beverages such as water, seltzer, coffee, smoothies or yogurt for a naturally delicious sweetener.

SweetLeaf products are a chemical free, gluten free, zero-calorie, zero-carb natural sweetener made from the leaves of the stevia plant.

I received a trial size of the Cola flavor of the Liquid Stevia Sweet Drops to review. I tried using it in club soda and water and found it to be a nice, subtle flavoring alternative.

Liquid Stevia Sweet Drops are an economical alternative to stevia based sodas and you can keep one in your purse to use on the go. I’ll definitely keep some one hand in the future.

There are 17 flavors in all: Coconut, Watermelon, Lemon drop, Valencia Orange, Berry, Chocolate Raspberry, English Toffee, Vanilla Creme, Hazelnut, Peppermint, Root Beer, Grape, Apricot Nectar, Chocolate, Cinnamon and Stevia Clear.

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The SweetLeaf Company is offering 5 Minutes for Moms readers a chance to try out the SweetLeaf Sweet Drops Cola in a giveaway! The winner will receive 25 trial size bottles of SweetLeaf SweetDrops Cola. Use the entry form below:

 



Comments

  1. David says

    We made a family New Years resolution to stop drinking soda, but unfortunately I am the only one to stick to it.

  2. Karen Lynch says

    I have always been a avid water drinker but I love to mix things up with flavorings such as fruit or herbs.

  3. Jaque R. says

    I have drinking huge amounts of water and when I feel I need a soda, I drink club soda with a bit of fresh fruit. :-) Thank you.

  4. says

    My eating habits fluctuate in terms of healthiness, but I pretty much only drink water. And coffee. Too much coffee, probably. I have maybe 4 sodas a year when I go on a road trip and have to stop at a fast food joint. This products sounds like it would be great for my daughter. She hates unflavored water.

  5. Rose says

    I use other Sweetleaf products and want to sample the flavors. I have a Sodastream and drink this instead of regular sodas. My goal is to be sugar free.

  6. G says

    I drink more water and only very rarely have a soda but my hubby is addicted to soda and my step daughter isn’t much better. I would really love to try this for them. I will not buy diet sodas because I think they are way worse for you so this would be a great healthier alternative for my family and I think they would enjoy it. Thanks for the Chance to win to get my family drinking healthier….

  7. Chrissy Malave says

    I stopped drinking soda and now only drink water I would love this to add some flavor to my water.

  8. Mariaelena says

    Trying to drink more water and less soda. Sometimes I go a long time without soda but then I end up drinking one every once in a while!

  9. Mariaelena says

    Trying to drink more water and less soda. I just hate having to go to the bathroom so much when I drink a lot of water. Sometimes I go a long time without soda but then I end up drinking one every once in a while!

  10. Jill Myrick says

    I drink my iced tea unsweetened and at least eight glasses of water a day.

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  11. Heather R says

    I’m cutting back a little bit on coffee and drinking more water (more = more than none, which is how much I was drinking before!!)

  12. Jackie says

    I’ve gone from drinking multiple sodas a day to drinking about one a week. Other than that i drink mostly water, and sometimes I add a calorie free fruit punch mix to it. Unfortunately, the fruit punch mix has aspartame.

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