This simple, but decadent dessert is quite a treat. A pot de creme is a French custard that dates back to the 17th century. We’ve reduced the sugar and included organic, real food ingredients for a treat you can feel good about indulging in on occasion. See the notes for optional additions to switch it
Creme brulee is one of my favorite recipes! This simple and oh so delicious custard is the perfect end to any meal. This real food recipe swaps the majority of sugar for maple syrup and decreases the sugar overall for a healthier treat. Vanilla Creme Brulee by Amy Love, Real Food Whole Health Ingredients: 4
This cake is pure heaven. Dense, dark and incredibly decadent with just the right balance of bittersweet. Delightful for any occasion, we enjoyed this as a birthday cake. Grain-Free Dark Chocolate Cake by Amy Love, Real Food Whole Health Cake: 12 TBL butter (preferably grass-fed) 7 oz. high quality dark chocolate, chopped (65% or higher,
A delicious variation on our stonefruit tart: Gluten Free Honeyed Ginger Pear Tart by Amy Love, Real Food Whole Health Ingredients: 2 cups blanched almond flour 3/4 cup chopped walnuts 1/2 cup sucanat or rapadura (could use honey or maple syrup– adjust quantity accordingly) Dash of unrefined sea salt ½ tsp cinnamon ½ tsp cardamom
This is a simple, kid-friendly recipe. It’s GAPS friendly, has no added sugar or sweeteners, is a great side dish (especially for pork) and a base for both of these grain free muffins and pancakes. For a sweet treat, enjoy these apples warm or cold, and even try topped with fresh, homemade, maple-sweetened whipped cream.