baking with natural sugars

Bake gluten-free mini banana Bundt cakes, and serve them to your guests.  Mini Bundt Cake Treats Looking for a gluten-free dessert and like bananas? Ice these Mini Banana Cakes with homemade frosting. Serve them to your family as an after-dinner treat, to guests, or give them as gifts to relatives or neighbors. Want them all to yourself? Eat one or two, and freeze the rest.Read More →

Natural-Sugar Baking with KSH Bake zucchini bread with a taste of apples the natural-sugar way. No white sugar or flour in this recipe! Got little children who love snacks? You’ll thank yourself for baking them nutritious treats without sending them on sugar highs.   Baking in the KSH (Kitchen Southern Hospitality) cottage has turned into a natural-sugar 2019 journey. There’s a story behind that. Read more about it in the Seven Winter Foods & Banana Bread post. It’s amazing how easily you can become acclimated to desserts not made with white sugar. Does Sugar Affect Children’s Behavior? Grandmother to adorable littles, I love to bakeRead More →

Baking Fun Recipes for Grandchildren is Love Baking for grandchildren shows your love for them, and this Everything Mini Bundt Cake is the cutest little cake ever. Made with chunks of yummy ingredients, it is such a fun treat for kids and adults alike. Everything Mini Bundt cakes remind me of fruitcakes because they are full of chunkiness. The difference between the two is in the choice of ingredients. Both have nuts and raisins, Everything Minis, however, don’t have any other fruit whereas fruitcakes are loaded with fruit.Read More →

Baking with Natural Sugars Like brownies, these banana bars can be addicting – and they are made with honey and whole grain flour. Nutritious. Great snack for kids (no white sugar in these baked goodies to get them all hyped up on). Take your children or grandchildren out for donuts one morning, and watch how quickly the sugar takes effect. No wonder some moms refuse to give their children any sugary foods or snacks. They act about like adults who are addicted to coffee when they don’t have any caffeine for a day or two. Irritable. Snappy. Whiny. Bake with Honey The Honey-baked Banana BarsRead More →

What is a haystack? Look the word up on the Internet and find multiple definitions: an app, digital business cards, piles of dried and cut grass stored for grazing animals. That’s not all. Do an online search for food haystacks, and you’ll come up with a zillion types of haystacks such as: a starchy food dish Butterscotch Haystacks vegetarian haystacks a haystack dessert Frito Haystack Amish Haystack Hawaiian Haystack Cherry Chocolate Haystacks Adventist Haystacks Mexican Haystacks Mennonite Haystacks Peanut Butter Haystacks Three Haystack Recipe Ideas This post contains affiliate links which means if you click on them and make a purchase, I make a commission. ThisRead More →

A Light Peach Cobbler Treat Feel like eating something sweet but can’t have the sugar? Try out this Southern-Style Peach Cobbler light dessert made in a slow cooker. Pattycakespantry.com published Canned Fruit Cobbler this month, and it is a fantastic recipe. I’ve actually been craving peach cobbler for weeks, so I enjoyed every bite of Patty Cakes’ cobbler. Lighter Version of Canned Fruit Cobbler I decided to make Patty Cakes’ recipe but with a variation. Southern-Style Light Peach Cobbler is a lighter version and cooked in the slow cooker. The texture is a little different, and it isn’t as sweet as the Canned Fruit Cobbler. ButRead More →

Cooking a Slow Cooker Dessert for Two is Easy with this Mango Bread Pudding If you like mango, try this quick and easy bread pudding dessert in a slow cooker. Enjoy the richness of a southern sweetness without all the loaded calories and carbs. It’s a creamy delight and only takes two hours to cook. People who are careful about eating healthy food but who like dessert might hesitate at making a bread pudding dessert because bread: has a lot of carbohydrates makes you feel bloated can cause weight gain, if too much is consumed when it’s a dessert, only makes you want more Some peopleRead More →

Pears for a Nutritious Dessert Do you love fruit, or do you have to think to include enough of it in your eating plan? Pears are often overlooked for their health benefits. Consider including them as a nutritious dessert with a special treat of grated cheese on top (see recipe below). You can purchase pears in their own juice (the best kind that’s canned), or buy the raw fruit. Pears contain great health benefits: improving insulin sensitivity decreased risk of type 2 diabetes containing phytonutrients which contain antioxidant, anti-inflammatory flavonoids good source of fiber Leave the skins on to get the best nutrients from the pears.Read More →