This is a week of family, fun and festivities and lots of eating. I thought I would investigate which 5 recipes were the most viewed this year. You might want to try some of these popular recipes this week!
In this recipe I used honey and stevia to reduce the honey content. If you would like to use maple syrup or some other natural sweetener, go right ahead — except for agave — read about why I never use agave, or sugar.
Be sure to purchase only organic, food grade, pure cacao butter and powder. If it is fair trade — even better. Check out why I never buy most fair trade commercial chocolate.
In French speaking countries it is called Pain Perdu, meaning lost bread. Apparently it was a way to use or “reclaim” stale bread. Whatever it is called, french toast may be adapted to whatever bread you have on hand and you can make it grain-free as well as dairy-free.
This pudding is made from simple ingredients that most real food or grain-free folks have on hand. I whipped this up in just a few minutes and we ate it immediately. I took almost as long to make this treat as it takes to open a bag of cookies and put them on a plate — it’s that easy.
This fudge is made with the best ingredients possible so that is is actually a healthy treat. Use grassfed ghee or butter, high quality coconut oil and coconut spread and pure organic cocoa butter. The cocoa butter makes this fudge stand out from the crowd!
Traditionally sugar cookies have been made with sugar, flour, eggs, vanilla, and baking powder or baking soda. These grain-free, sugar-free cookies are sweetened with just a little raw honey and stevia and their natural sweetness will surprise and delight you!
Well it looks like my readers love my chocolate and dessert recipes the best! Who knew? I will say that these are tried and true recipes that my family loves. I have made each one many many times and they work well and satisfy! I think you will love them too!