We know a lot of you are not only 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 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
Every Christmas our Aunt brings a variety of home made fudges for christmas lunch. The fudge would be placed immediately on the table with the nuts and cherries and would be devoured before the lunch even got started.
Fudge has always been our “go to” treat food so we were keen to develop one that was fructose free, but also didn’t have too much sugar. Our old favourite traditional fudge recipe uses two cups of white sugar!
This recipe is a “no cook” version that is vegan friendly, lactose free, gluten free and fructose free.
You will be really surprised as this recipe is so easy and super delicious.
- Makes: 20 pieces
- Preparation: 1 hour and 10 minutes
- Dish size: depends how thick you want the fudge. We used a 12cm x 14cm dish to give us lovely cubes of fudge
In The Sugar Breakup test kitchen we have been working on some yummy savoury recipes for the summer.
Having Kitz Living Foods as one of our amazing prizes meant we could really have some fun.
In our prize pack we have Kitz Crackers which are gluten free, dairy free, vegan, slow-dehydrated, raw and activated.
The Kitz Crackers, included in our prize pack, are:
- Rosemary & Black Pepper
- Italian Herb & Garlic
- Mexican Buckwheat
Gluten Free Bruschetta Recipe:
- Makes: 7 cracker toppings
- Oven temperature: 200C (180C fan forced)
- Preparation time: 15 minutes
Whilst attending The Wellness Summit in Melbourne we came across Kitz Living Foods through the fabulous team at Sunnybrook Gluten Free Store in Melbourne.
We tried their Coconut Dream Lime Sublime and it really was sublime!
Here’s their story:
At Kitz Living Foods, we take fabulous ingredients – high quality fruits, seeds and nuts – and carefully blend them with select herbs, raw cacao and other delectables, to produce 36+ delicious products for the healthy eater.
All of our products are activated and low-temperature dehydrated, to meet your high standards. We specialise in making crackers, activated nuts, granolas and snack bars – all raw, vegan, and gluten and dairy-free. Healthy snacks with real ingredients and real flavour. Our products are dehydrated at 47 ºC or less to maintain their optimal nutrition and keep beneficial enzymes alive.
Each and every Kitz product is made by hand, lovingly crafted by our dedicated staff of angels here in Tweed Heads, NSW.
Begun in the corner of the family kitchen 6 years ago and now in a dedicated commercial kitchen with a staff of 12, we love making healthy food for you and your family!
We’ve got a bunch of Kitz Living Foods goodies in our Ultimate Sugar Free Prize Pack including the Coconut Dream, activated almonds and the most delicious and nutritious crackers we’ve ever had.
(please note: our Facebook competition finishes on Tuesday, on November 5, 2013).
When you become sugar and fructose free you say goodbye to shop bought cakes and biscuits.
You really have to develop your own cooking skills to feed yourself, friends and family delicious wholesome food and The Sugar Breakup is here to support you on that journey. But with work and family commitments you don’t always have time for whizzing up a batch of cupcakes for school or the office let alone taking into consideration food intolerances.
That’s where Melinda’s Gluten Free and Fructose Friendly Cupcakes are lifesavers.
Melinda’s new cupcake range of Blueberry Lemon and Raspberry Coconut hit the supermarket shelves a couple of months ago and they are perfect for feeding sugar and non-sugar eaters and, as with all of Melinda’s goodies, they are gluten free as well.
We made a batch of the Gluten Free, Fructose Friendly Blueberry Lemon cupcakes on the weekend. Here’s our tips for cooking success. Continue reading