I saw a commercial advertising this just as I was going to shop for Thanksgiving food. Having a diabetic in the family I am constantly looking for ways to cut sugar content and the product sounded like an ideal way to do that. Splenda is a brand name that I trust and use every day in place of sugar. This one, having brown sugar substitute, and only 10 calories per serving, sounded perfect for the holiday baking I was going to do. I was also going to use it in the ham glaze in place of regular brown sugar. The suggested amount to use is 1/2 cup of Splenda brown sugar for every 1 cup of regular brown sugar. That makes the 1 pound bag render as much as 2 pounds of brown sugar. I prepared the glaze and it turned out wonderfully. It melted even better than brown sugar and no one had any idea they were getting a sugar substitute nor imagined I changed an ingredient in my recipe. However, I made my usual churritos (Mexican style) and used it in the batter with horrible results. The batter consistency was not the same as with regular brown sugar. They were much firmer than usual (although the flavor was fine) and ended up throwing them out. I also baked orange dream cookies that call for brown sugar that turned out horribly. As before, the flavor was almost identical but the consistency was much denser. I would use this product again for the glaze and for sprinkling on top of things that are already baked, but never again in batter to be baked. In my experience it doesn't give you the desired results. I suggest if you use it for baking then play around with your recipe and you might alter it a little to get the desired outcome. It tastes just like brown sugar otherwise and is reasonably priced.