The internet really is an amazing thing. I remember doing school projects in the 1990s & using my Grandparents’ encyclopaedias for information! Now we have information at our fingertips (some of it helpful, other not so much).
I love finding recipes online – there are some seriously talented people out there creating some amazing dishes…..before you get your knickers in a knot & see maple syrup in some recipes, all sweeteners can be substituted with low-fructose sweeteners like rice malt syrup or stevia.
1. Warm pumpkin & coconut muffins – by the über gorgeous Green Kitchen Stories http://www.greenkitchenstories.com/warm-pumpkin-coconut-muffins/
2. Beet, raspberry & vanilla bowl by My New Roots https://www.mynewroots.org/site/2015/11/beet-raspbery-and-vanilla-smoothie-bowl/
3. Raw low fructose mocha cake by the bubbly Merrymaker Sisters who I’ve been following for a few years & loooove their recipes http://themerrymakersisters.com/raw-low-fructose-mocha-cake/
4. Chocolate raspberry muffins by Teresa Cutter aka The Healthy Chef https://www.thehealthychef.com/2013/03/chocolate-raspberry-muffins/
5. Hazelnut chocolate cookies by Alex Stuart of Low Tox Life https://www.lowtoxlife.com/hazelnut-chocolate-cookie-recipe/
6. Pureharvest’s gluten-free Orange polenta cake https://pureharvest.com.au/recipes/glutenfreeorangepolentacake/
7. I Quit Sugar’s Berry swirl cheesecake https://iquitsugar.com/recipe/christmas-berry-swirl-cheesecake/
8. Food Matters’ raw Oreo recipe. So easy & SO delicious http://www.foodmatters.com/recipe/homemade-with-love-oreo-cookies-recipe
9. Lee from Supercharged Food’s quinoa trifle http://www.superchargedfood.com/blog/autumn/layered-quinoa-trifle-and-christmas-day-recipes/
10. The beautiful Jacqueline from Brown Paper Bag always has the most delicious recipes so it was hard to choose one but who could go past a Sweet potato brownie http://thebrownpaperbag.com.au/recipes/sweet-potato-brownies-2/