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Healthy sweets Recipes,
nutritional dessert alternatives using organic ingredients

Use certified organic products where possible.

Not all recipes are sugar free, honey can be subsituted for sugar. With honey you take the risk of it not rising and not looking the same as when sugar is used. Have fun, experiment at least it is healthy and still tastes great!

Zam's Flourless Chocolate Cake
This one is gluten free, but does have sugar!
A good recipe for those special occasions.

Over a double steamer, melt the chocolate, butter and sugar. Remove from the heat and let stand, add ground almonds and Beat in egg yolks one by one. Beat egg whites until stiff and Peaky, then fold into the chocolate mix. Bake @ 150oC for 40-45 mins. Let cool. Sprinkle with icing sugar or brown sugar if you wish.

Baked Apples for 4 - gluten free desert

Mix all ingredients together and stuff into the apples. Some of the mix will fall to the outside of the apples - That's okay because it's still nice to eat. Put any left over juice over the tops of the apples. Bake in a moderate oven until the apples are soft but not puffed out too much - usually About 30-40 mins. Serve hot.

It's easy with this recipe to experiment and create variations - Try cranberries mixed with sultanas, or substitute pecans for walnuts.

Fruity Carob Cake

Sift all dry ingredients together, and then add coconut. Blend together the apple juice, banana, vanilla and honey. Add flour mixture and stir together well. Pour into lightly greased loaf pan and bake 45-50 mins in a moderate oven.

ANZAC Biscuits

Mix the flour, oats and coconut in a bowl. Mix in almond meal, then add the honey and water. Consistency needs to be able to roll them into walnut sized balls then flatten them out with a spatula or fork (or your hands!) and place them on a greased baking tray, then bake in moderate over until golden brown.

Carob Digestive Balls

These are great for after a meal because they are light and the peppermint in them soothes the digestion.

Over a low heat warm the honey and stir in tahini, maple syrup, then carob and cinnamon, peppermint oil, then finally the almonds. Roll into grapesize balls, put on a tray/plate and refrigerate. These are great because they keep for up to two weeks (if you don't eat them!) They also make a nice little gift to take to friends.

Article by Shauna Kendall

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