The Skinny on Monk Fruit


When you and your girls search for a sugar substitute, you know it should strike the perfect balance between healthy and delicious. You can find all that and more in the new Skinnygirl Monk Fruit Liquid Sweeteners.

Monk fruit, which has been called “Buddha fruit” by some and “delicious” by all, has been used as a sweetener in China for 800 years. That’s right, when Christopher Columbus discovered America, monk fruit had been in use for over 300 years!

Like every smart lady knows, if you’re going to grow something for hundreds of years, it must be pretty good. Monk fruit certainly doesn’t let you down. The delicious fruit is super sweet is a perfect addition to your daily routine.

This sweetener is made directly from the monk fruit, giving you a fresh taste of sweetness. A few squeezes of the bottle delivers the same sweetness as a teaspoon of sugar. Made from natural ingredients and no calories? It almost sounds too good to be true.

Skinnygirl Monk Fruit Liquid Sweeteners really couldn’t be simpler to use: just add it to your favorite hot or cold drinks and dishes in place of sugar and you’re all set. They’ll come out giving you the deliciously sweet taste you deserve.

When it comes to the sweet cravings, there’s nothing better than a chocolate milkshake. Whether it’s a frozen treat to celebrate the day’s end or a party drink for a girl’s night in, this milkshake will satisfy your sweet tooth.


6 thoughts on “The Skinny on Monk Fruit

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  2. Rhonda

    Where can I purchase Skinny Girl Monk Fruit in my area, zip code 64086? I have checked all Targets, Walmarts, Hy Vee and Price Chopper grocery stores, as well as Nature’s Pantry health foods.


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