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The No Sugar Recipe Book Paperback – 17 Jul 2014
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'Simple, delicious recipes that will help you quit sugar for good.'
The No Sugar Recipe Book is the delicious way to beat your cravings and transform your diet.
When David Gillespie removed sugar from his diet, he lost six stone - and kept it off. He is now the bestselling author of Sweet Poison, an exposé on the life-threatening dangers of sugar.
If you've heard about the toxic effects of sugar but are worried about missing your favourite sweet treats, then this book is for you. It shows you how you can still eat the food you enjoy by replacing sugar with healthy alternatives. Working with a professional chef, David Gillespie has developed sugar-free recipes that will help you quit sugar. These recipes aren't just healthy - they are delicious too. In reading this book you will discover how life without sugar will leave you and your family feeling more energetic, happier and healthier than ever before.
Featuring more than eighty illustrated recipes, including chocolate cake, brownies and doughnuts, the No Sugar Recipe Book is proof that giving up sugar doesn't mean giving up the food you love.
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It is aimed at an Australian audience so has a lot of ice cream recipes and has Christmas summer pudding but I can live with that .
My big problem is that I have not had success when making the recipes. I first made the almond tea cake, which had a lovely texture but was bland.
Then I made the crumble. This was really good but I couldn't believe the amount of dextrose it was suggesting so used less and I still thought it was very sweet so used less the next time I made it.
I then tried the Apple pikelets, which came out a disastrous gloopy sweet mess. I should have known because I normally make scotch pancakes without sugar but I decided I'd follow the recipe exactly.
Then I made the microwave chocolate pudding. It was ok but that's the best I can say about it.
I have baked for years so know how to follow a recipe. I'm genuinely confused at the poor results I've had. I would appreciate any advice from someone who has had success with these recipes in a reply to me.
There was really nothing to worry about after I had dipped into David's book. A great selection of goodies to make and try.
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