Rigoni di Asiago is a 90 year old Italian company headquartered in Italy. We specialize in organic jams, organic Honey and Nocciolata organic hazelnut spread
Delicious Spreads From the Mountains of Italy
Dolcedì’ is a new, all-natural liquid sweetener that’s made from 100% organic apples and is a low-glycemic* alternative to sugar and other sweeteners.
With 25% fewer calories than table sugar, Rigoni di Asiago Dolcedì’ is made from the concentrated and filtered sugar extracted from organic apples. It is certified USDA organic, non-GMO, gluten-free, vegan, and STAR-KOSHER.
Dolcedì’ can be used any way you would use traditional table sugar or honey and in the same proportions; one teaspoon of sugar equals one teaspoon of Dolcedì’. Its neutral flavor enhances the taste of food and drinks without altering them. Dolcedì’ is also highly soluble in both cold and hot drinks and can be enjoyed with pancakes, on yogurt, in fruit salad, and in baking.
*Dolcedì’, with a GI value of 22.5**, is suitable for those who want to eat well, following a balanced diet for a healthy lifestyle.
**GI = 22.5 +/- 5, determined as set out by the standardized method (ISO 26642:2010(E); FAO/ WHO Expert Consultation 1998; Wolever et al 2008.
Here are a couple of recipes using Dolcedi'
Sugar-Free Apricots and Mint Smoothie
Prep Time: 10 minutes
- 5 very ripe apricots
- 3-4 tbsp of low-fat yogurt
- 1 tbsp of Dolcedì
- 2 mint leaves
- Lemon juice q.s.
- Wash, pit and peel the apricots.
- Chop the apricots and wet them with a few drops of lemon.
- Put the apricots in a mixing bowl along with the mint leaves.
- Add yogurt and Dolcedì.
- Blend everything until the mixture is smooth and velvety.
- Pour the smoothie into a tall glass and garnish with half the apricot and a few mint leaves.
- Refrigerate and serve cold.
Ginger Hot ChocolatePrep Time: 10 minutes
- 13 tbsp of hazelnut milk
- 8 tsp of dark chocolate
- 4 tsp of cocoa powder
- 1 tsp of cornstarch
- 1.5 tsp of potato starch
- 1 tsp of Dolcedì
- Candied ginger flakes
- Sift the cocoa powder with cornstarch and potato starch, and thoroughly mix them with cold hazelnut milk.
- Soften the dark chocolate in the microwave at minimum power for a few minutes.
- Put the milk on very low fire, stirring continuously to avoid lumps.
- Add the melted chocolate and mix on the fire until it reaches the desired density (consider that when poured into cups, chocolate will thicken again).
- Add some crystallized ginger flakes to flavor your chocolate.