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4hours42min

A refreshing water ice is perfect to follow a rich main course as a palate cleanser or as a light dessert.

Recipe by: Lynn Cole

 
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2hours40min

Soy beans – one of the world's most important sources of dietary protein and polyunsaturated oil – are the source of two highly nutritious food products, tofu and soy milk. Soy milk is commonly used as a non-dairy substitute, and is a great boon to the lactose-intolerant. It contains high-quality protein but has less saturated fat than dairy milk and no cholesterol.

Recipe by: Janet Mitchell

 
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1hour5min

This is a modern spin on the Asian rice porridge breakfast with great western ingredients like maple syrup, rasins and almonds. It makes a great dessert too.

Recipe by: Jessie

 
4hours35min

Most traditional recipes for crème caramel are made with a sugar-based caramel and a rich creamy custard. This fruity version uses apple juice, making it a much healthier but no less delicious option.

Recipe by: Zoë Harpham

 
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40min

This recipe is composed of fluffy meringues floating on a sauce composed of strawberries and raspberries. Perfect for summer.

Recipe by: Zoë Harpham

 
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30min

Packed with vitamin C, fibre, potassium and antioxidants without all the added kilojoules, this dessert is perfect for those times when you feel like a delicious treat.

Recipe by: Leslie Glover

 
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4hours25min

These luscious berries are loaded with pectin, a type of fibre that can help lower cholesterol; they also contain cancer-fighting ellagic acid and carotenoids.

Recipe by: Janet Mitchell

 
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40min

Sabayon is the French version of the egg-based Italian dessert zabaglione. The sauce is cooked over simmering water and must not get too hot or it will turn grainy.

Recipe by: Lynn Lewis

 
10min

I tried several times and failed to make a vegan butterscotch sauce, but finally, quite by accident...success! I've also included a way to turn this into butterscotch pudding by adding cornflour.

Recipe by: kittykat19891

 
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18min

These popular snack fruits are outstanding sources of vitamin C; they also supply folate and fibre as well as flavonoids, which are cancer-fighting compounds.

Recipe by: Janet Mitchell

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