There are so many "health foods pretending to be desserts" on store shelves, usually filled with one form of added sugar or another - and always disappointing! Then I tried this at a Suppers meeting - Wow!
Desserts & Baked Goods
For those who avoid wheat but can eat oats, this is a protein-packed keeper. These thin, crisp wafers can be modified by adding spices ... cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, or try adding cocoa for a chocolate variation!
A nut-free, grain-free, dairy-free, and sugar-free take on traditional American breakfast.
Nut-free paleo breads are hard to find. This mindly-sweet spice bread is filling and holds its shape well!
Kanten is served as a treat at the end of a macrobiotic meal. Kanten is a relaxing and very digestible dessert with no added sugar or gluten. The main ingredient is agar-agar which is a sea vegetable. It is important to purchase organic or good quality agar-agar since it is a key ingredient. Prepare this dessert the night before to allow time to set before serving.
There is no real recipe for this, only handfuls of ingredients!
This is not a recpe that you can rely on-- rather, a list of ingredients you can use to make these cute delicious truffles! Use your flavor balancing techinques to make them right. Too much ginger? Add some maple syrup! Too much lemon? No, that can't be right. :)