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Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too

Feb 1, 2005

Sweet Abandon Personal Cakes

Containing no refined white sugar, artificial sweeteners, preservatives or trans fats, Sweet Abandon Personal Cakes are sweetened with fructose, which, according to Benchmark Foods, the manufacturer of the cakes, has a slower effect on the rise of blood glucose.

Low in fat and high in protein, Sweet Abandon Personal Cakes have less fat and as much protein as one and a half eggs and less carbohydrates than two carrots. Each cake contains 1.2 milligrams of iron.

Sweet Abandon Personal Cakes are distributed by Nature’s Best and can be found in natural food stores. For more information, call (877) 363-6011 or send e-mail to sales@sweetabandon.com.


How Sweet Abandon Cakes Compare to Other Snacks

  Sweet Abandon
(55 g)
Typical Muffin
(55 g)
Fruit Yogurt
(6 oz)
Cookie
(55 g)
Calories 150 220 190 280
Fat 5 g 10 g 3.5 g 15 g
Protein 9 g 2 g 7 g 4 g
Carbohydrates 15 g 29 g 32 g 32 g


Nutrition Facts

Banana Pecan and Carrot Walnut Cakes
From Sweet Abandon
Calories 150
Total fat 5 g
Cholesterol 30 mg
Saturated fat 0.5 g
Sodium 250 mg
Carbohydrate 15 g
Protein 8 g


Available Flavors for Sweet Abandon Personal Cakes

  • Carrot Walnut
  • Banana Pecan
  • Lemon Poppyseed
  • Chocolate


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