Bakewell Slices Super sweet, almond Bakewell slices with a layer of raw chia seed jam. For my raw chia seed jam recipe, click here. This recipe uses Sukrin gold which is a natural sweetener made from stevia and acts as
Low Carb GD Brownies (dairy free version) The single most popular recipe that women join our membership for has now been tweaked so that GD Mums who are dairy intolerant and/or follow a dairy free diet can enjoy it too!!
Savoury Breakfast Muffins The sweet breakfast muffins have been a huge hit and so I thought it may be worth making some savoury ones that could be used as a replacement for bread. I’m a big fan of savoury things
Blueberry Breakfast Muffins (nut free version) The breakfast muffins have been going down a storm with our members and so I thought it was only fair to try to create a nut free version for those that cannot eat nuts.
Breakfast Cups Handy bitesize breakfast cups that you can make in advance and eat cold or re-heated. These can be made as simple or as flavoured and spicy as you like! Great for breakfast or for snacks Breakfast Cups Print
Lemon & Poppy Seed Breakfast Muffins I’ve been wanting to create a breakfast style muffin for some time now, but knowing breakfast is the hardest meal of the day to achieve good blood sugar levels with due to our increased
Blueberry Breakfast Muffins I’ve been wanting to create a breakfast style muffin for some time now, but knowing breakfast is the hardest meal of the day to achieve good blood sugar levels with due to our increased insulin resistance in
Roasted garlic houmous One of my favourites during my GD pregnancies is houmous (or is it hummus?!) Great for snacking on with chopped vegetables it was something I always kept in the fridge. Roasted garlic houmous Print Recipe You will
Sugar Free Coconut Macaroons Mrs Crimble’s traditional coconut macaroons have been calling me every time I go shopping, no idea why as it’s not something I usually buy, but that’s GD (and pregnancy) for you and so it’s time to
Low Carb Nut Free Rhubarb Crumble Whilst fruit is packed full of goodness in the form of vitamins, minerals, fibre and phytonutrients it is a also packed with fructose, natural sugar and most will know from testing their blood sugar levels,