Mocca flapjacks

Mocca flapjacksIf flapjacks sound too boring for you, try these mocca ones – they are so not your ordinary flapjacks! They are yummy and a little chewy, and you’re bound to reach for a second helping (and a third, and a fourth…)

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Chocolate orange bundt cake

Chocolate orange bundt cakeThis chocolate orange cake is moist and velvety. By making it in a bundt tin, it looks more interesting, too.

The cake is perfect for an indulgent afternoon tea and if there’s any left over, you can pop the pieces in the freezer.

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Choc Shot – sugar-free liquid chocolate

Choc Shot - sugar-free liquid chocolateFancy some hot chocolate but want it without refined sugar? Want to make some chocolate treats but can’t be bothered to melt the chocolate? Choc Shot, liquid chocolate belonging to the ‘Sweet Freedom’-family, is the answer.

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Hazelnut and chocolate cookies

Hazelnut and chocolate cookiesThese cookies are nutty and crunchy with a chocolate and hazelnut filling (a little bit like homemade Nutella). They are easy and quick to make, so if you have children, get them involved in the fun of making them!

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Poached pears with mint chocolate sauce

Poaches pear with mint chocolate sauceWhen you have pears that are not fully ripe, this is the perfect dessert to make: the pears will turn soft as they are poached and become lovely and juicy. Top them with some smooth mint chocolate sauce and you’ll have a wonderful, yet super-easy-to-make, dessert. Read more…

Biscotti

BiscottiBiscotti are twice-baked dry biscuits from Italy. They are a great snack with your afternoon or morning coffee/tea.

This recipe is from my book No Naughties: Sweet treats without sugar, wheat, gluten and yeast. Read more…

Gingerbread house

Gingerbread houseAs children, my brother and I used to make a gingerbread house every Christmas. It was always so much fun. This recipe is originally from my mum and I have adapted it to suit gluten- and sugar-free diets. Read more…

Sugar-free chocolate

Melted chocolate dropping from a ladleSomeone once said: “Put ‘eat chocolate’ at the top of your list of things to do today. That way, at least you’ll get one thing done.”

If you can’t eat sugar, eating chocolate is not straightforward. Fortunately, the manufacturers are increasingly realising that chocolate is not just for those who can eat sugar. And there are now a number of options to satisfy your chocolate cravings without sugar. Read more…