This is a variation of the previous post of Foolproof paleo coconut cake with Stevia & Easy coconut rum cup cakes with Stevia, for this version I used orange juice.
This cake is great for anyone who is a big fan of coconut, it has a real holiday type taste to it with it's zestiness.
You can also do it withe ...
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 ...
Makes: about 42 cookies
Prep time: 20 min, plus 1-2hours for dough to harden in the fridge
Cooling time: 60min
150g Almond flour
100g Chestnut flour ( you can use Almond flour instead, change the 40g Almond flour for coconut flour)
100g Pecan nuts ground
1 tsp Cinnamon
10g unsweetened Cocoa powder
pinch of Salt
70g Stevia-sweet Baking Granules 1:1
200g grass fed Butter - room temperature
1 medium ...
This years home made birthday cake is based on one of my favourite gateaux's from my child hood. We had no family celebrations without this traditional cake from south germany.
I have used the quick and easy moist sponge roulade base recipe and adapted it to be made with cocoa to form the base of my ...
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.
Did you notice that along all the foot path around the country the bramble bushes a loaded with blackberries? Most of us do not realise that there is still free food growing wild in off the beaten path. I love collecting blackberries carrying them home thinking how much money I saved by having fun searching ...
Do you like ice cream? Feel like the only ice cream worth heaving is italian ice cream from the gelateria? You tried numerous home ice cream methods but they go rock solid and by the time you can get the spoon in the stuff is a soggy puddle of liquid again?
Don't despair, I may have ...