Pear & Roasted Almond Cake

This particularly delectable treat was served at the July Soul Spa. Here is the recipe for your enjoyment!

Pear & Almond Cake

Although gluten-free, it does use some refined sugar. Next time Kel is getting creative in the kitchen, she might play around with some different sweeteners and if she is successful, I’ll give you an update. Of course if you are the adventurous type in the kitchen, feel free to do your own experiments and comment below if you have any ideas.

 

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Comments

  1. Pat Baer

    Hi Sarah, thanks for the recipe. That cake looks beautiful. I have recently heard that Yacon Syrup is a good healthy sweetener, if Kel is interested in trying different ones. Apparently the active ingredients in Yacon are Fructooligosaccharides (FOS), which feed the friendly bacteria in the intestine and lead to various beneficial effects on metabolism, and which are not digested by the body, so I guess they wouldn’t have an insulin reaction. There is some fructose in it though. It is hard to find. I have ordered one on line, which, with the postage, made it pretty expensive, but I am looking forward to trying it.

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