One of the biggest losses that I experienced when I started cutting out wheat from my diet was in the desserts category.
Actually, for years I would find that I always succumbed to the temptation of desserts, only to feel poorly afterwards, thus ruining a good meal.
I now realize that there are several reasons for this:
You might wonder why I did not add gluten and wheat to the list. The reason is three-fold: firstly, wheat does not begin to effect me for about 24 hours. But since I did not know about gluten being a problem, my diet was full of wheat, so I always felt lousy from gluten anyhow. And finally, there was a good chance that the main meal had wheat in it somewhere.
When I say low-sugar, I do not mean boring. Mostly I mean an absence of refined sugar, and a reduction in alternative forms of sugar.
As you cut down on your sugar intake, you will find that you don’t miss it and that you can taste the food better. You will also feel much better.
Sugar should not be replaced with artificial sweeter. That stuff is crap and should be banned. Reduce it or cut it out, but don’t replace sugar with artificial junk.
List of Gluten-Free Dessert Recipes
- Gluten Free Pumpkin Cheesecake Recipe
- Successful Baking Without Gluten
- Gluten Free Pie Crust with Nuts #1
- Gluten-free Pie Crust with Quinoa #2
- Gluten-free pie fillings
- Gluten-free Pie Crust with Quinoa #1
- Gluten-Free Scones
- Mangoes And Sticky Rice
- Frozen Lychees
- Bananas In Coconut Milk