This cake—a cake with no sugar, a little honey, and lots of zucchini and cocoa—is a sugar-free mud cake. Sure its still cake, but it’s a healthy cake on the cake scale of things.
Salt free, sugar-free, gluten-free biscuits for a morning tea? It’s easier than you think with these almond unsweet biscuits. With just two ingredients, they’re so easy to make they’ve instantly become part of our emergency morning-tea repertoire.
Custardy popovers are a surprisingly simple but spectacular treat. We first discovered them when the kids wanted dessert one evening and nothing was prepared. I thought I had them snookered: I just pulled out the cookbooks and told the kids we could have dessert if they could find something easy and quick without sugar. But no, my…
This crumble is our easy-to-make dessert of choice. The tartness of the rhubarb is offset by the sweetness of the apple, so you don’t need to add any extra sugar to the filling. The crumb is a mixture of oats, coconut, honey and olive oil, whizzed in the food processor for just a few seconds.
If you’re on the search for a kale salad then look no further. This one is perfect, with the flavours of orange and fennel balancing the kale. They’re naturally sweet, so there’s no need for any kind of extra sweetener: you can leave your honey and maple syrup in the cupboard and just enjoy.
Persimmons poached with just a hint of spice and orange make a perfect light breakfast or a refreshing dessert. There is no sugar in this, making it suitable for even the healthiest of diets.