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This is a delicious, gorgeous “mock-tail” of sparkling ice tea. Even though it’s alcohol free and packed with antioxidants, it is full of all the taste and look of sangria!
Makes 13 cups, or 26 “dainty” servings
Nutrition does not account for eating the fruit, uses stevia and calorie-free sodaSubmitted by JO_JO_BA
Dad's a diabetic but loves his cinnamon raisin bread, and because he works such strange hours he's often eating snacks rather than meals. I crafted this version of the classic toasting bread to be higher in fibre and protein for staying power and a bit of impact on the carb count, as well as reducing the sugar with stevia.Submitted by JO_JO_BA
A chewy, nutty and caramelly bar cookie that will take your tastebuds to high heaven. Treat yourself or your gluten-free friends to this delicious creation.Submitted by JO_JO_BA
A great addition to the tea tray or dessert table for those who go vegan, gluten free... or not! Delicious, buttery and tart from the cranberries, these use ground nuts instead of flour!Submitted by JO_JO_BA
A delicious way to use up sour cream that's left over from baked potatoes or pierogies, as well as any add ins sitting in your pantry! Egg-free and can be vegan with tofutti sour cream.Submitted by JO_JO_BA
This yeast-raised doughnut recipe is heavily adapted from Heidi Swansonâ€™s website, and flavoured with the divine tropical flavours of coconut and pineapple. Don't over bake these, if anything, under bake them a bit - they will continue baking outside the oven for a few minutes. You want an interior that is moist and tender - not dry. The dough can be made and baked a day ahead if necessary (store loosely covered at room temperature), but they need to be served within a few hours of being filled and glazed, otherwise they will go soggy.Submitted by JO_JO_BA
Creamy, rich, smooth, and chock-full of good-for-you, high-quality soy protein! If chocolate's not your thing, a mix of lemon and cheesecake pudding mix is equally tasty - add 1 tsp of grated lemon zest too!Submitted by JO_JO_BA
What started as her one "sweet treat" on a diet turned into an obsession that everyone who tries it craves! With the combination of Greek yoghurt, unsweetened cocoa, vanilla stevia and a few spoonfuls of jam, it tastes just as good as it is for your body!Submitted by JO_JO_BA
A slightly chunky spread of sunflower and pumpkin seeds, sweetened with amber agave nectar and sprinkled with sea saltSubmitted by JO_JO_BA
So called because one of the kids at school (Nathan, duh) was so enthralled by the first batch (made for the Mother's Day event on Friday) that he asked me if I would please make them soon. I'm a softie, what can I say?
Thanks to Mom for her recipe, it's never steered me wrong - and was the first cookie one of the teachers (who is almost 60) *ever* made!Submitted by JO_JO_BA