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Tasty Sugar Free Recipes

For a sugar free treat try one of these great recipes:

Walnut Muffins – Gluten and sugar free – to make 6-8

1/8th cup of mixed sifted coconut flour (biona one is good)

1/8th cup ground almonds

2 tbsps coconut oil (melted)

2 tbsps coconut milk (or almond milk)

3 medium eggs

1/4tsp vanilla essence

1/4 tsp baking powder

2 tbsps almond butter or Tahini

1 tbsps Lucume powder (neals yard supply)

1/3cup walnuts (crushed up)

1/4 tsp sea salt



1.For the batter. Blend together eggs, coconut oil, coconut mik, vanilla, Lucume, almond butter walnuts and salt.

2.Combine coconut flour, ground almonds and baking powder, then whisk into the batter until there are no lumps

3.Pour batter into muffin cups or into a baking try lined with paper cake cases

Bake in pre heated at 200c for 15 mins


Instant Banana Ice Cream

4 very ripe bananas, peeled and cut into chunks

¼ tsp vanilla extract

150ml/5fl oz buttermilk or Greek style yoghurt



  1. Spread the banana chunks out on a tray and transfer to freezer until frozen (about an hour)
  2. Remove from freezer and place chunks into a food process with the vanilla and half of the buttermilk/yoghurt
  3. Blend for a few seconds
  4. While processor is still running, pour in the remaining buttermilk in a steady stream (if using yoghurt, tip in all at once and blend)
  5. Serve at once


Carrot and Coconut Cake

½ tsp nutmeg

½ tsp cinnamon

1 tbs sunflower oil

6 fl oz water

125g brown rice flour

150g finely grated carrot

2 heaped tsp of potassium B.P

1 egg

50g unsweetened coconut flakes



  1. Blend all the ingredients in a food processor until smooth and well mixed
  2. Place the mixture in a small greased loaf tin and bake in oven at Gas 6, 200C or 400F for approximately 40 mins until firm to touch and golden brown
  3. Cool on wire tray


Fruity Coconut Treats

50g raw organic coconut oil

75g dates, chopped

75g unsulphured dried apricots, chopped

50g prunes, chopped

50g milled flax seeds

25g pumpkin seeds, roughly ground

25g sunflower seeds, roughly ground

Unsweetened dessicated coconut



  1. Melt coconut oil in a bowl
  2. Add the chopped fruit and allow to stand for up to an hour to re-hydrate fruit
  3. Add the seeds and blitz in a food processor for a few seconds until mixed
  4. Take a teaspoon of the mixture and form into a small ball
  5. Roll in the coconut and place on a greaseproof covered baking tray
  6. Repeat until all the mixture is used (makes about 25 balls)
  7. Place in the fridge for an hour before eating

Can also be frozen and eaten straight from the freezer


To break the habit of eating sugar for good why not try Hypnotherapy (a means of positively altering patterns of behaviour, thoughts or feelings that can also be applied to many different problems)

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