Gluten Free More August September 2017 By Gluten Free More Issuu
But if you NEVER had them - how would you feel? Be honest! Wouldn t something be missing in your life? 2. Missing them is a threat for your diet attempt Second the reason why people fail in dieting is not so much (as often believed) because the desserts and sweet things make them to. It s because - with the best intentions - they banned everything sweet from their life and eventually they miss these foods so much that they are defeated by their craving start cheating and finally drop the diet. It s not because of the desserts that the diet failed it s because there were NO desserts IN the diet. Sooner or later you then can t resist these sweet temptations and that s the end of the road. The secret is not to "go on a diet" but to "change your diet" to a healthier one that includes what you love.
Family members can snack on this treat throughout the week. Dairy free desserts like this one are loved by the lactose intolerant and those who go lactose free by choice. The recipe can be altered replacing the strawberry preserves with flavors like raspberry or apricot. Be creative and take notes regarding which recipe gets the best reviews. Make a few different flavors for the next barbeque picnic or work potluck and everyone will request the recipe. They will be surprised when they see the ingredients and due to impressive recipes like this they will soon become fans of this way of life. When someone finds out that they are lactose intolerant they typically need to change their entire diet to accommodate their new health needs. Eating dairy free cheese and dairy free desserts is just one way to make a change for the better.
Once these ingredients are well-blended add two egg whites one at a time. After each addition mix the batter only until blended. Over-mixing can cause the batter to become too thin. Pour the mixture over the almonds and drop small spoonfuls of low sugar strawberry preserves over the batter using a total of two tablespoons. Use more preserves for a fruitier bar if desired. If this alteration is made make a note of it on the recipe for future reference. Swirl the preserves with a knife a few times to create a marbled effect on the bar. Bake the dessert for 25 to 30 minutes or until the center of it is nearly set. Cool the dessert completely and then refrigerate it for a minimum of three hours to overnight. To serve cut to create at least 12 bars and store any leftovers in the refrigerator.