This is a level 1 recipe (may help support fat loss). My recipes with added sugar are generally placed in level 3. However, at only 10 calories per tablespoon, this vegan honey mustard is an easy fit for low calorie diets.Yes, it’s true that regular yellow mustard is fewer calories with no added sugar. That said, I think two things are important here:
You generally don’t need to have a “perfect” diet 100% of the time to lose weight. In fact, trying to be overly strict backfires for some people, leading to binges and getting way off track.
If honey mustard is what will satisfy your craving, a “healthier” substitute may not cut it. You might find yourself seeking satisfaction in additional sweets later when you ignore the craving now.
Even if you aren’t vegan, the apple nectar is a fun sweetener to experiment with. I imagine it would be amazing in apple desserts like apple cake, pie, or strudel. You could also drizzle it on oatmeal or plain yogurt. You might want to pick some up, even if you don’t make this recipe!Nutrition information is for one serving (recipe made with 2 teaspoons vegan honey).
Calories: 10kcalCarbohydrates: 2.7gSodium: 135mg
Find it online: https://summeryule.com/recipe-for-homemade-mustard-tarragon-cider-flavor/