If you have ever made chocolate truffles, this is just as simple except you add some pumpkin puree and spices in. Just delicious and very addictive. I just love the flavour combination of chocolate, pumpkin and spices…almost as much as dark chocolate and raspberry….(drools over keyboard). When finished, I rolled mine in cocoa powder and some in coconut. You could always add a dash of liquer too, under the guise of “well, it’s the holiday season”. Which is my personal excuse for cracking open a bottle of something on Christmas Day.
These would make a lovely gift for the holiday season too. Or just eat them all yourself, then sob quietly in the corner..
Yummy, tell me more Diva…
A crustless pie could also be called a baked custard but I am going to be fast and loose with the definition of pie! You could use this as a filling for a gluten free pie with a crust too if you wished. The Mascarpone adds a richness and smoothness to the dish. It’s easy to make and is just delicious warm, with a side of cream. There is just something about the combination of pumpkin and the warm spices that I adore. Yummy, tell me more Diva…
Just three ingredients!
This is a Brazilian dessert that I came across in an effort to use up all the egg yolks I have left over after making healthy bread (which uses egg whites). There is a limit to how much mayonnaise we can eat, so I looked for another way to use egg yolks and voila! I replaced the sugar in the traditional recipe with erythritol. You could used your sweetner of choice instead. It only has three ingredients and looks wonderful when cooked. It looks like you slaved away in the kitchen for ages too! Yummy, tell me more Diva…
I normally use almond milk in my Chia puddings, but this time tried coconut milk. It was lovely and creamy. A great version of strawberries and cream for breakfast! Or a dessert. I often have chia puddings for breakfast but this can make a lovely dessert option too. Chia seeds are gluten and grain free but one tablespoon of the little seeds has more calcium than a glass of milk. More Omega 3 than salmon and more antioxidants than blueberries! They give you energy and are also great for weight loss as they absorb about 12 times their size in liquid. So will expand and keep you full as well as being nutritious. They also keep your blood sugar levels at a sensible level. They are one of the most versatile superfoods. Yummy, Tell me more Diva…
If you enjoy almond slices, you will enjoy this as it tastes very similar. This is a great recipe from Linda’s Low Carb. I love her site and it has many great low carb recipes. The cake itself, is very moist, and best kept in the refrigerator. I used chia seed jam for this but you could used any other low carb/low sugar jam instead. Yummy, tell me more Diva…
Creamy and light deliciousness
This delicious and creamy dessert is quick and easy to make. It’s a great alternative to pumpkin pie as a dessert and can be made in under 15 minutes. It tastes like a light pumpkin cheesecake filling and is nice served with chocolate chips and whipped cream. You could even serve the mouse in layers in between whipped cream..yum! Yummy, tell me more Diva…
Yummy cheesecake bites!
I love the flavour combination of raspberries and coconut so thought it’s time I put it in cheesecake form. Rather than have a big solid cheesecake, I baked mini ones in a muffin pan. Great for a packed lunch or a good way to ration the cheesecake rather than cutting a slice that is larger than your hand span! Okay, that’s probably just me and the Chief Taster… Yummy, tell me more Diva…!