This one is for reader Heather, who asked for more dessert recipes to satisfy her sweet tooth without veering into sugar-land.
It’s also for my son’s friend Tessa, who loooves banana spring rolls – I make them for her each time she visits. Bon appetit, Heather and Tessa!
I developed this recipe after we ate banana spring rolls at the now-defunct Red Door restaurant on South Granville Street in Vancouver. My son enjoyed them so much that I was inspired to try and recreate them at home.
When cooked, the banana gains extra sweetness, making this a satisfying sugar-free treat. The spring rolls also make a crispy contrast to the fluffy, almost custardy texture of the cooked banana.
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Dessert – a perennial problem on a sugar-free Paleo diet! Fruit’s always an option, of course, but what if you’re craving
Dessert – a perennial problem on a sugar-free Paleo diet! Fruit’s always an option, of course, but what if you’re craving chocolate?
This fast and easy pudding lets you pay homage to the goddess Theobroma* and still eat healthily.
My husband and I find the creamy chocolatey-ness very satisfying on its own, so I make this without any added sweeteners.
However, if you’re transitioning to sugar-free, you could add any of the following: Continue reading “Creamy Chocolate Pudding”
These fluffy pancakes contain no added sugars, but still taste delicious thanks to the natural sweetness of plantains or bananas
These fluffy pancakes contain no added sugars, but still taste delicious thanks to the natural sweetness of plantains or bananas. They’re a bit on the carby side, so we have them now and then as a treat.
The recipe’s based on Perfect Paleo Pancakes, with a few tweaks. You can have them for breakfast, or as a dessert. I prefer the latter, because protein-rich breakfasts work best for me.
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