Sweet baking with I Quit Sugar

Gluten-free, sugar-free and vegan strawberry caramel centered cookies | La Gallette

I had the pleasure of working with the lovely ladies over at I Quit Sugar to share some delicious sugar-free recipes.

Strawberry caramel centered chocolate cookies (gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free, vegan)

Pistachio torte with raspberry coulis (gluten-free, sugar-free, dairy-free)

Simple crepes with an assortment of fresh fruit (gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free, vegan)

Vegan crepes and fresh fruit | La Gallette Gluten, diary and sugar free pistachio cake with raspberry coulis | La Gallette

I worked on these recipes a couple of weeks ago and it’s very exciting to see them out in the wild. All of the recipes are sugar-free and gluten-free.

I’ve been experimenting a lot with some sugar and gluten alternatives, most obvious in my recent posts. It’s quite fascinating to learn about new ingredients and they’re effects.

Starting from a traditional baking style, laden with butter, flour and sugar, learning to bake in a different way really opens your eyes to the tonne of other ingredients out there.

Gluten-free, sugar-free and vegan strawberry caramel centered cookies | La Gallette Gluten, diary and sugar free pistachio cake with raspberry coulis | La Gallette

You can view the recipes, here, here and here. I hope you love creating them just as much as I did.

6 thoughts on “Sweet baking with I Quit Sugar

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  2. Sarah AlSheikh

    I am drooling over the photo of the chocolate cupcakes with strawberries I guess. However, I can’t seem to find the recipe to it or anything else. Am I the only one? Or there are no recipes on the website?

     
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    1. Zainab

      Hi Sarah! They’re not actually cupcakes, they’re cookies 😉

      As for the links, they seem to be working for me (see the links posted at the end of the blog post).

       
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  3. Brandy

    Hi, just wanted to let you know that spelt is NOT gluten free. As a celiac, I’ve had many well-intentioned friends try to bake me “gluten-free” treats from mistaken recipes like this one. If I don’t catch it by quizzing them thoroughly, I end up sick for weeks or even months. Please be responsible with what you mark as gluten-free.

     
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    1. Zainab

      Hi Brandy! I’m aware that spelt is not gluten-free, that is why I have provided a gluten-free option right beside it. In saying that, the recipe is accurate and true.

      On the other hand, I totally understand what you mean and I will get in touch with the team at IQS to change the spelt to gluten-free flour. We don’t want to take any chances!

       
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