Just because you are looking for a low GI cake option does not mean that you can't have tasty cakes such as these recipes for fruit cakes, muffins and loafs.
This is a great healthy substitute for fattier counterparts. You can use plain flour instead of wholemeal if desired. Other fruits can be substituted as well!
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!
These scones are heart friendly. They're low in saturated fat because they're made with oil instead of butter.
Ripe bananas, nature's star sweetener, are the basis for this moist, tasty loaf.
It's my latest recipe from my blog http://skinnychic.org Sugar-free - uses agave as a sweetener. Delicious!
Here's a recipe I found to be an awesome favourite among my partner and family and friends. It's a Raw Food recipe, can be found in "Raw Food Reawakening" by Raw Food Karen (Karen Bartz, Bachelor Health Science Nutrition, Naturopath). I've added my own little twists, but essentially it is her recipe, and I'm trying to raise a bit of awareness about Raw Food and how it can be used in modern society. *Food Processor Required*
This is a delicious, moist fruit loaf that is great on its own or spread with a little ricotta cream or margarine.
Easy moist and tasty (healthy!) loaf, with no eggs or fat.