When I first couldn't eat sugar, I never dreamed of eating sugar free cakes that actually tasted good.
But it turns out, that once I created my sugar free philosophy, that I can have almost anything. Even cakes!
Let me remind you about my philosophy again!
"If you understand the basics of any ingredient or food item, you can then substitute each and every part you can't eat, until you have created a safe, alternative recipe".
So why don't we try to understand the basics of cakes, so that we can develop our own Sugar Free Cakes!
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The most basic portions of a cake involve:
If a recipe calls for milk we can replace it with alternate milks (if you are lactose intolerant or are allergic to milk) such as rice milk, almond milk, or soy milk.
Those are the main things most people have problems with.
Some recipes will be gluten free, but I'll mark those down in the recipe.
Get ready for peeling and squeezing oranges for my sugar free orange cake.
When Kiwis are in season, then it's time to try out my sugar free kiwi shortcake. It's a double layer, for double the playtime.
Try my very favorite sugar free chocolate cake and you will be pleasantly surprised by it's sweet, sweet taste.
This sugar free cheesecake may have milk in it, but it's so delicious you will be willing to pay the price!
Have you ever tried a sugar free carrot cake without icing? I've found that it still tastes amazing and is very rich in flavor!
Enjoy whatever topping you might want to add to this sugar free yellow cake. Whether you want strawberries, or chocolate frosting...you can have it your way!
My sugar free white cake can have multi-layers; I used jam and cream cheese frosting. You can add whatever topping you like though!
You will of course be interested in how to turn the last two cakes into a sugar free strawberry shortcake. This is one of my favorite toppings that I'm sure will serve you well!
A little trickier recipe is my sugar free german chocolate cake. It's a layered Chocolate cake with Coconut flakes surrounding it.
Using Stevia, I made an amazing sugar free angel food cake. You will have to use an icing of your own creation though, as this is just the base plain cake...
This sugar free pound cake is quite difficult to make and takes some patience, so I recommend that only experienced bakers attempt to make it.
My sugar free lemon cake is much more simple than the previously mentioned pound cake, and has a clear lemon glaze that makes it that much tastier. A Must-try!
You know that one recipe you keep stashed away, saving it for just the right moment to impress everyone you know?
Well, it doesn't have to be quite that secretive. But if you have a cake recipe that you feel will help contribute to other people with sugar allergies, then I implore you to share it with everyone else on this site.
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I hope my story can also be some sort of inspiration for you!