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Discussion in 'Low-carb Diet Forum' started by Brunneria, Nov 13, 2014.
Thank you this looks good
I'm thinking this would also work with ground almonds, not flaked, all stirred together, into a really puddingy texture.
I did eventually get a mo to make cranberry sauce. You said it was still quite tart, so I made a change to my recipe for it. I'm happy with it, and it is now separated into 2 boxes in the freezer: I will report back later on how freezing affects it!
300g fresh cranberries
225g fresh raspberries
1 sachet Hartley's raspberry sugar-free jelly
50ml boiling water
25ml cold water
Put the cranberries and raspberries into a saucepan with the cold water. Heat and simmer gently until the fruit is quite soft and most of the cranberries popped. (It took about 8 mins.)
Meanwhile, mix the jelly powder with the boiling water, stir until dissolved.
When the fruit is ready, stir in the jelly.
Allow to cool and then refrigerate.
These ingredients make 600g of cranberry sauce, 20 x 30g servings.
The result, like you say, @Avocado Sevenfold, is jammy not jellied, but the jelly gives the sauce the body/consistency that would normally be achieved by loads of added sugar, which low-carbers can't be doing with. Yay!
1 x 30g serving:
I made these Chocolate truffles from a recipe I found on the internet. I've tasted one after my lunch and it was very nice. As a coeliac I haven't eaten Christmas pudding or Mince pies in over 2 years, So a couple or three after Christmas dinner tomorrow
Saw this on Facebook today - from a carnivore page. Some good ideas for nibbles on a buffet.
Adding a link to this book. Haven’t used it myself, but the author has a few low carb books which are popular:
Here is a ham glaze I discovered on the web:
I replaced brown sugar with a Truveia brown sugar blend.
I will be testing it out this XMAS
I’m a great fan of her recipes. Just had cauliflower, leek and cheese soup for lunch.
This new book is available on Kindle. If you have Kindle unlimited you can read it free. Some interesting new recipes in there..
I have both of their previous diabetes cook books and find the recipes really good. In fact I'm serving the carnitas recipe on Boxing Day to non-low carb guests.
Thanks for the Kindle Unlimited tip. I've just been offered 3 months for 99p, so well timed!
She has a new one out, I think in March 2021 theme is 30 minute meals. Can't wait.