Just because you are sugar free doesn’t mean you have to miss out on these Easter favourites. The texture of these buns is perfection and the apple and peel make a wonderful replacement for dried fruit.
- Makes : 15 buns
- Prep Time: 1 & a half hours including resting time
- Oven temp : 220C
- Cooking time : approximately 15 minutes until golden
2 teaspoons dried yeast (1 x 7g sachet of dried yeast)
¼ cup (40g) The Sugar Breakup Dextrose
4 cups (500g) bakers/bread flour (you can use plain flour but bakers flour is better)
It’s Mladen’s birthday and to celebrate I’ve made Chocolate Eclairs for the cake.
Mladen is obsessed with perfect and traditional Eclairs and in his honour we put this truly classic recipe into our latest eCookbook, Classic Collection: Family Favourites.
Tonight I’m going to mix fresh cut strawberries into the cream for a delicious fresh take on this yummy dessert.
Hope he loves it and I’ll share a picture tomorrow of what they looked like.
Enjoy this latest recipe from The Sugar Breakup team.
It’s the last week of school holidays and we thought you’d like a new recipe for the family.
It’s a competition between a slice and a biscuit and both recipes are from our new ecookbook Classic Collection: Family Favourites.
So what’s it going to be between these two classic flavours?
Will it be the Chocolate Chip Cookies which are crispy on the outside and soft in the middle? Eating them warm is the definition of delicious.
Or will it be the Macaroon Slice with the loved 3 layer combo of sponge, berry jam and classic macaroon coconut topping?
Let us know your vote below and we will publish the winning recipe this Sunday.
We know a lot of you are not only refined sugar free but also gluten free or grain free on Paleo or Low Carb High Fat (LCHF) inspired eating plans. This gave us the idea of developing a Christmas pudding that was completely refined sugar, grain and lactose free. So on Christmas you too can enjoy pudding with everyone else.
- Serves: 6 to 8
- Oven Temp: 180°C
- Cooking time for sweet potato: 45 minutes to 1 hour
- Cooking time for pudding: 50-60 minutes
- Pan: 1 litre pudding basin
We love the food at Christmas time, but most of the recipes are packed full of dried fruit and sugar.
This year, The Sugar Breakup team are turning many traditional Christmas recipes into sugar free Christmas classics!
We decided to start with fruit mince pies, an absolute Christmas classic and loved by all ages. We’ve called ours the Nut Mince Pie. The results were spectacular, all of your family and friends will enjoy them.