How to use inulin powder
The main uses for inulin powder are to help dieters with weight loss, those suffering from constipation, and also for reducing cholesterol levels in the blood. It’s a naturally sweet ingredient that goes well in many drinks and foods. People use it in the place of corn syrup or sprinkle it on their fruit and oatmeal. Have you ever taken vitamins that are hard to swallow? Use inulin powder as a medicine chaser might take that nasty taste right out of your mouth.
How to use inulin powder in baking
In yeast rolls and buns, substitute an equal amount of inulin powder for sugar. Use the inulin powder derived from chicory root for this, as the tasteless powders will not sweeten your recipe sufficiently.
Experiment with adding more or less inulin to your baked goods depending on your fiber needs. Avoid adding more than 1½ to 2 teaspoons per serving to your recipes, to avoid stomach upset.
Try adding inulin to other foods. The powder can be added to yogurt, applesauce and pudding, and can even be stirred directly into a cup of coffee or tea.
How to use agave inulin powder
Agave inulin powder is a natural sweetener only that it is not in a liquid form. As a healthy sweetener with a neutral taste, agave inulin powder is highly soluble and can be easily used to prepare dishes and beverages without altering their real tastes. The benefits of agave inulin powder can be enjoyed through a wide variety of applications like:
Ice cream, cheese, shakes, milk
Coffees, soft drinks, juices, liquor, smoothies
Frozen fruits, jams, jellies
Peanut butter, chocolates, cookies, bread, muffins
Salad dressings, sauces, marinades
How to disslove inulin powder
Inulin is only slightly soluble in cold water but freely soluble in hot water. The solid matter should be completely redissolved by heating not more than 15 minutes, then cooling before use. The solution should not be reheated.
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