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This cake is amazingly rich, chocolate-y, and gluten free! With a warm, oozy center, it is the ultimate comfort dessert. Even better, you can prepare it at a moment's notice--it will impress your guests every time. Submitted by MARISACHURCHILL
These cookies have a very low GI. Utilizing coconut flour and coconut sugar instead of white flour and regular sugar, the Glycemic Load of these is much lower than a regular cookie. Yum!
They have less than 1g of sugar per serving. Coconut/Palm sugar averages a GI of only 35 make it a much better alternative to sugar without getting artificial.
Total Fat 3.3 g
Saturated Fat 2.0 g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.1 g
Monounsaturated Fat 0.6 g
Cholesterol 20.9 mg
Sodium 44.5 mg
Potassium 7.2 mg
Total Carbohydrate 4.3 g
Dietary Fiber 1.0 g
Sugars 0.8 g
Protein 0.9 gSubmitted by LOSTITINAK
For a low carb breakfast treat or snack, you won't believe how good these taste! Chocolate and coffee come together in an almond flour muffin that isn't overly sweet or cakey.Submitted by FOODDREAMER
A rich a creamy dessert without flour or sugar.
Net carbs for this adapted version:
— 6.2 for a full serving
— 3.1 for a half
(Adapted to lower carbs from http://bit.ly/zsavEq)Submitted by NEWJOHN4NEWYEAR
Amazing Dessert Adapted from Linda - http://genaw.com/lowcarb/chocolate_truffle_torte.html
A Very Rich Dark Chocolate Torte for Low Carbers.
3.8 net carbs per sliceSubmitted by I_GET_FIT
This is a my variation of Jamie Eason's chocolate protein bars. I like to bake them in muffin tins to make them easier to grab and go and I prefer to eat as grain free as possible unless I'm eating sprouted grains. I bake these about once a week and store them in the refrigerator, they do the trick if I need something a little sweet (you're not eating a brownie here folks, but close enough)Submitted by WHIRLEYGIRLY
5.7g Protein, 2.1g Fiber and only 6.7g NET Carbs Per Cookie! A Healthy After School Treat!
Soft, Moist, Buttery and Delicious!
Half the Gluten of a Normal Cookie, But NOT Gluten Free or Low Calorie.Submitted by AZSHORTSALEDIVA
This mousse is such a rich, intense chocolate hit that you'll probably be satisfied with a small amount. It is a sugar-free version of a traditional chocolate mousse, which includes raw eggs. If you can't find pasteurized eggs or don't want to chance it, you can try this no-egg version, which is fluffier and not so much like a "real" silky mousse, but is still a chocolatey dessert.Submitted by TURCOTTEP
These are light and fluffy.