Paleo Diet Sweet Treat and Dessert Recipes: Over 50 Natural Sweets Made Without Sugar and With Health in Mind! (gluten free, grain free, sugar free, dairy free) (Paleo Recipes)

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Paleo Diet Sweet Treat and Dessert Recipes: Over 50 Natural Sweets Made Without Sugar and With Health in Mind! (gluten free, grain free, sugar free, dairy free) (Paleo Recipes)

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If you are tired of following fad diets that tell you how many calories you can eat per day or give you a strict meal plan to follow, the Paleo diet may be just what you’ve been looking for. This diet is based on the diet of our Paleolithic ancestors and it is the type of diet your body was meant to follow. Rather than focusing on restricting calories or eating certain kinds of food, the Paleo diet is more of a lifestyle change centered on whole, nutritious foods


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  1. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Variety, Easy Recipes, May 17, 2013
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    mary_mac “mary_mac” (Ann Arbor, MI United States) –

    This review is from: Paleo Diet Sweet Treat and Dessert Recipes: Over 50 Natural Sweets Made Without Sugar and With Health in Mind! (gluten free, grain free, sugar free, dairy free) (Paleo Recipes) (Kindle Edition)

    This is one of those e-books that is a decent pleasure to read and refer to. First, it has few typing or layout distractions, fonts are readable, and it switches easily between portrait and landscape with pinchable features that work. Second, it’s organized well, has a clickable link Table of Contents, some photos, and a brief informative introduction. Third, the recipes are basic, varied, doable, and appealing.

    Sections include Paleo Pie Crusts and Fillings (7), Paleo Cakes and Cupcakes (8), Paleo Cookies, Brownies and Muffins (15), Paleo Desserts (10), and Bite-Sized Treats (11). Recipe sections (not all individual recipes) are accompanied by photos. For example, one photo of a completed pie takes care of three crusts and four fillings, one cupcake photo serves four recipes, but separate photos exist for one-of-a-kinds like coffee cake, bon bons, and ice cream. Prep times and serving sizes are included but there are no nutritional breakdowns so you’re on your own to figure out total calories, fats, carbs, sugars, proteins and then divide by portion size if you need to keep tabs on something. Ingredients are listed, instructions are in paragraphs.

    Four consistent areas caught my attention, exactly what I was looking for: almond and coconut products for flour and fats; honey, fruits, some maple syrup and raisins for sweetening; recipes are not filled with substitution products (only the Tapioca Pie Crust calls for xanthan gum); and none of the recipes require a million eggs to compensate for binding challenges of non-wheat flours. You do, however, need a few beehives. Most of the recipes rely on raw honey for sweetener; to that end, this is not a “without sugar” or “sugar-free” cookbook as the title states. This is a cookbook that does not use refined white and brown sugar. It uses natural sugars. I think that’s an important distinction. The sugar content of even raw honey–and certainly of maple syrup–does count in the overall metabolic picture, even with raw honey’s great health benefits and other natural unprocessed sweeteners that were around in the Paleolithic period. The author, however, does not claim that this is a diabetic or specifically low-carb (in terms of sugars) cookbook, so I think that’s important to remember, too. And, let’s face it, this is about dessert.

    In the final analysis, Harper has put together one fine collection of variety without overwhelming or needing non-conventional ingredients, packaged it in an easy-to-navigate downloadable, and offered Paleo tradition that lets you have your brownie and eat it too.

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  2. 3.0 out of 5 stars
    Anxious to try, May 12, 2013
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    I haven’t had the chance to try these recipes yet. One or two things I noticed are, since my husband is a diabetic you suggest dates and I have been lead to believe they are on the higher scale of sugar. Would like to see alternatives especially if you don,t like maple sugar. Also, honey. Starting out is very expensive so you don,t want to make mistakes.

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  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    great e-book, April 30, 2013
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    This review is from: Paleo Diet Sweet Treat and Dessert Recipes: Over 50 Natural Sweets Made Without Sugar and With Health in Mind! (gluten free, grain free, sugar free, dairy free) (Paleo Recipes) (Kindle Edition)

    This is a nice e-book with a lot of great recipes. Very happy with my purchase. I am looking forward to cooking more of these yummy recipes.

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