Just because you are looking for a low GI option does not mean that you cannot have tasty desserts as these recipes show.
This deliciously light and moist cake is both gluten-free and dairy-free so it's great if you've got intolerant eaters with a sweet tooth. It's my own recipe that comes from a cross between traditional orange and almond cake and apple upside down cake. It's not the prettiest cake around but it is the perfect accompaniment to morning or afternoon tea... ENJOY!
Cooked apples with a coconut crumble topping. You can substitute a large tin of apples to reduce cooking time and fuss. This is best eaten straight out of the oven while hot with ice-cream, cream, custard or all three!!!
The best, lightest pavlova with a light, crisp crust and soft meringue.
An unusual fruit salad/salsa with the tang of balsamic vinegar and fresh lime and lemon juice. Very refreshing.
Carrots make a great filling for a tart because they are sweet and colourful. Here the smooth and creamy filling is made with cream cheese, plus cashews for extra protein. The oats provide a nutty flavour.
When you bake fruit it gets extra flavourful and succulent. Peaches are stuffed with dried apricots, almonds and biscuits.
In this salad the watermelon halves are used as the bowls for a mix of fruits. For a dinner of four each person gets their own salad!
A delicious yet simple dessert, this is ready in just 25 minutes. Flaming the brandy burns off the alcohol, leaving a wonderful flavour which perfectly complements the oranges and nashi pears. Even after cooking, nashi pears retain their crunchy texture.
Berries are the utterly fresh flavour of summer. Tart, sweet and juicy, they come in a wide array of types, ranging from bright and delicate raspberries to fleshy strawberries, plump little blueberries and rich blackberries. The passionfruit adds a fragrant tart edge to this salad.
Easy moist and tasty (healthy!) loaf, with no eggs or fat.