3 Sugar-Free Desert Recipe

 Chohan By Chohan, 16th Jul 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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My grandma and Desert are the two darlings of my life that I can’t live without. I first started baking when I was 13, and I never stopped. Initially it was my grandmother who taught me how to bake, but over the years I groomed my baking skills through various cooking shows and cooking classes.
Today, I’ll share three of my favorite sugar-free desert recipes with you. All three of these recipes come from my Grandma’s kitchen. I’m sure you’ll love them as much as I do.

Grandma Recipe

My grandma and Desert are the two darlings of my life that I can’t live without. I first started baking when I was 13, and I never stopped. Initially it was my grandmother who taught me how to bake, but over the years I groomed my baking skills through various cooking shows and cooking classes.
Today, I’ll share three of my favorite sugar-free desert recipes with you. All three of these recipes come from my Grandma’s kitchen. I’m sure you’ll love them as much as I do.

Low-Sugar Double Blueberry Yogurt Parfait

This was the first ever desert that I learnt to make and it will always be my favorite. It is very easy to make and the results are delicious!
Ingredients
1. One cup of blueberries (frozen)
2. Four tablespoons of agave nectar
3. 6 ounces of fat-free Greek yogurt
4. 6 ounces of low-sugar vanilla yogurt.
Preparation
1. Mix both the Greek and Vanilla yogurt; Make sure that you get a lump-free smooth mixture.
2. In the parfait glasses, make a layer of yogurt by filling the quarter of glass with yogurt.
3. Next sprinkle one to two tablespoons blueberries and then add 1 table spoon blue berry agave.
4. Repeat steps two and three again.
5. Serve and enjoy
We had our own blueberry bushes in our garden back when I first learnt to make this. Our blueberries used to be very sweet and juicy and thus I used to have an excellent yogurt parfait. No matter how hard I try, I just can’t reproduce that taste with blueberries that we buy from the market.

Sugar-Free Sweet Potatoes

I can never get enough of these. Cooking sweet potatoes only takes about 10 minutes. I make them every week for my kids!
Ingredients
1. One cooked and mashed sweet potato
2. Cinnamon to taste
3. Quarter cup chopped pecans
4. Honey to taste.
Preparation
1. Mix the mashed sweet potato with honey, pecan and cinnamon in a microwave-proof dish.
2. Put it in microwave for a few minutes. Take it out and serve warm.
Simple as it may sound, this tastes amazing! Once you try it, you’ll keep craving it more. I know I do.

Sugar-Free Lemon Crepes

Lemon crepes are something that you must try before you die, if you don’t then you are really missing something great in life.
Ingredients
1. Crepes
2. creme fraiche
3. Lemo zest (finely grated)
4. Honey
Preparation
1. On a large crepe, spread crème faiche.
2. Sprinkle a pinch of lemon zest.
3. Now drizzle the honey on it.
4. Fold the crepe in half and then drizzle another layer of honey.
5. Repeat the procedure to make more crepes.
6. Serve.
Grandma used to make this for me every Sunday when she was well. Now that she can’t cook, I cook these for her on Sundays. Grandma loves having these, and we both look forward to Sunday as the crepe day.

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Healthy Diet, Healthy Eating Habit, Sugar, Sugar Free Recipe, Sugar Level, Sugar Levels, Sugar Substitute, Sugaring, Sugarless, Sugars

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author avatar Chohan
Quasar Chohan is a Reisterstown based writer.He has always had a deep passion for all types of writing.

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author avatar Joyce Singha
6th Aug 2014 (#)

Who knew life could be good without sugar :) Thanks for these; I'm going to share with my husband.

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