Yes you can have cake on GAPSintro diet - this cake works on stage 3 when you have introduced eggs and nut butter successfully.
If you love Butternut squash you'll love this, but careful it is so yummy that you might end up having more than you planned.
GAPS intro diet is not easy but it is ...
This has been my favourite go to recipe for several month now. I made many different variations all of which have been yummy. If you are new to baking or new to baking without sugar this is a brilliant cake to get started on.
It is foolproof really, you can't get it wrong unless you burn ...
Originally this was meant to be a pumpkin bread, when I tried to get pumpkin I could find any - maybe pumpkins didn't do well this year and there is a shortage?
Since butternut squash is similar I just used that instead. I wanted to have the cosy autumn feeling that fresh raisin bread with butter ...
Delicious way to indulge in the lavender that decorated your garden so far. All you need to do is collect the flower heads and take them of the main stem so you are just left with the loose purple bits.
I have combined the lavender with lemon in this cake which is free of eggs, dairy, ...
This moist sumptuous raspberry lemon cake is free of eggs, dairy, cocoa, gluten and sugar, so essentially vegan. I had to find a way to have cake on the mind body garden day event I was running last weekend. I am currently on an elimination diet do resolve my very long standing snotty nose and ...
I had forgotten I made this when I looked through my unpublished recipe pictures. Mango will go on my shopping list for this week.
Rum-Almond sponge cake base:
Makes: a round 13cm cake that is 5.5cm high – Cut into a layer that suits your base depth.
Prep time: 10 min
Cooking: 20min at 200 degree celsius
Cooling: 1 hour
For the sponge cake base you ...
Nice mini version of the Coconut Mango cake, with a crunchy tartelette base.
Makes: 4 little tarts
Prep time: 20 min
Cooking: 25 min at 180 degree celsius
For the gluten free Tart base you need:
70g ground almonds – mixed ground nuts work too.
30g coconut flour
50g quark or Yoghurt (if you don’t want to use dairy you could use the thick separate part of the ...
This is a great pear cake with crumbles on top. The crumbles are crunchy even thought they don't have any sugar in them at all, instead I use Stevia-sweet Baking Granules 1:1.
You can use any type of fruit for this recipe, berries, apples, plums etc.
A nice and quick go to cake that never lasts long in ...
This is a great zesty plumb cake with crumbles on top, it is similar to the apple sauce cake. The crumbles are crunchy even thought they don't have any sugar in them at all, instead I use Stevia-sweet Baking Granules 1:1.
You can use any type of zesty autumn fruit for this recipe, berries, apples, pears etc.
The apple sauce cake is a great autumn recipe to use up spare apples. It is moist and aromatic.
It keeps well in the fridge, you can reheat it to bring out the flavour.
This is another recipe that is great for people new to using stevia, the spices helps disguise the slight stevia taste that is ...