This was a saving grace for my husband who was craving dark chocolate one night. Low fat, and will definitely stop the cravings! Sauce can be drizzled for a topping or poured to make a pudding. My son also likes the sauce to make dairy-free milkshakes, and it's great to dip fruit in. Good hot or cold. Adaptions from healthwell.com and recipecottage.com Easy to adapt for all sorts of allergies or medical conditions.
I made this with my children after trying to find something they could help with in the kitchen. They had this for breakfast and made more and more batches until I ran out of watermelon! Can also be frozen for an ice block or sorbet-type dessert
This is easy to adapt for whatever you have - it came out of me being too sick to go shopping! A food processor is great for mixing and grating, and my kids LOVED it. Good ingredients to beat flu (all measurements are approximate, due to what I had in the fridge!)
This is 3 recipes in 1, adapted for my daughter. I substituted sugar for syrup, etc, but you can substitute it right back again if there are certain things you can eat! As it stands the recipe is wheat, gluten, dairy and sugar free. It's a great recipe to get the kids to help with too.
My mother-in-law makes this every Christmas, possibly to compensate for the hot lunch in the Australian summer (not that I'd ever complain about her awesome Christmas dinners)! Everyone adores it, and her Christmases are famous for a perfect ending to a perfect meal. When my turn came, each family member put in their lolly/chocolate request for the ice cream. Thankfully she made it.
Finding wheat, dairy and sugar free recipes for my daughter is hard, but I adapted a white sauce recipe and made it slightly sweet for some flavour. She loves this sauce with anything, including salad!
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