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Eating Your Greens… A Piece of Cake

They’ve staked their claim on sides, starters and mains, and now vegetables are taking on the final course.

Those crunchy vegetables you ear-marked for salad? Save some for pud.

We’re not just talking about carrot cakes; many vegetables are naturally sweet or creamy in texture, which can create utterly delicious cakes, tarts, biscuits and brownies.

Still not convinced? Just have a look at these sweet treats…

Cauliflower Rice Pudding


From savoury to sweet, you may have read about our love of the versatile cauliflower, if not, try this Paleo-friendly dessert from Maria Mind Body Health for a healthy twist on a British favourite.

Cauliflower Rice Pudding Cinnamon

Courgette & Apple Muffins


Create sweet, soft and nutty muffins with blogger Deliciously Ella’s Courgette & Apple Muffin recipe.

Healthy Muffins

Sweet Potato Brownies


Another recipe from the wonderful Deliciously Ella: these brownies are sticky, sweet goodness with a little something extra.

Vegan Brownies

Spinach Ice Cream


The perfect excuse to indulge in more ice cream, the colour and texture of spinach makes this icy treat even more irresistible.

Spinach Ice Cream Recipe

Want more dessert inspiration? Read our round up of decedent sugar-free desserts!

2 thoughts on “Eating Your Greens… A Piece of Cake”

  • sharon todd

    Please pretty please have you got any sulphite and dairy free desserts?

    I,m dssperate lol.

    Kindest regards

    Sharon

    Reply
    • domuadmin

      Hi Sharon,

      Have you tried our Bananarma ice cream? http://www.domu.co.uk/blog/bananarama-delicious-ice-cream/ it's blended bananas that make the creamiest ice cream - you can add whatever toppings or flavours you like too. Really simple and definitely sulphite and dairy-free. If that's not quite what you're after, have a look at some of our favourite recipes from Naturally Sassy: http://www.domu.co.uk/blog/naturally-sassy-sugar-free-desserts/. Her recipes are all vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free and wheat-free - and they're delicious too!

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