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By: John Rowlinson - Updated: 29 Nov 2010 | comments*Discuss
 
About Our Site

SugarFreeRecipes was formed to offer a unique reference point on great advice and ideas for sugar free cooking.

Taking away the sugar does not mean taking away the taste.At SugarFreeRecipes we want to show you just how easy sugar free living can be.Whether you are someone who suffers from diabetes or is keen to avoid sugar for another reason altogether, we aim to offer you recipes and suggestions to make mealtimes and snacks easier.

Our experts aim to come up with new, healthy, sugar free ideas - or to offer "new takes" on traditional, tried and tested recipes.

By using alternative sweetening ingredients, such as honey and sugar free jam, they want to show you that you need not be missing out.

Some of our recipes also use granulated sweetener. Although not ideal for everyone, this can be a versatile ingredient in some cases for certain people wishing to avoid sugar.

But we are also keen to hear from you - and to share your ideas for recipes.If you have any top tips or suggestions, please do let us know. Or if you have a question for our experts then please forward it to us.

We want to show that living without sugar in your diet is not as problematic as you might think. It is simply a case of following good recipes and coming up with a few clever ideas along the way.

Our concern was that there was no single UK resource for interesting features and practical advice on this subject.

Our features and articles are written by experts - who have experience, or a particular interest in this area.

Our Background

SugarFreeRecipes was founded by John Rowlinson, the founder of PtS.

John, through PtS, is involved in a number of ventures including software and property companies. A percentage of revenue from these activities goes towards funding SugarFreeRecipes and a number of similar sites.

Our focus is simply on having experts create the highest quality information possible that is widely read.

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    Re: Sugar Free Halloween Cakes
    The devils delight no sugar cake is more like a brownie. Help
    23 September 2017
  • The999baker
    Re: No Sugar Sponge Cakes
    Instead of honey use xylitol. Perfect for diabetics and tastes as good as refined sugar. Add some vanilla as well for a bit of taste
    21 September 2017
  • OviAviation
    Re: No Sugar Sponge Cakes
    3 tbs Honey = 51 grams sugar. I'm diabetic so this recipe would be a disaster.
    12 September 2017
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    Re: Sugar Free Cup Cakes
    Just tried the vanilla cupcake recipe , absolutely awful quantities all wrong too much butter not enough flour or sweetener they came out…
    25 August 2017
  • JM44
    Re: Sugar Free Brownies
    I read the comments about the brownies being dry and bitter so I added an extra egg and doubled the honey. Then I had to drizzle honey over…
    24 August 2017
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    JM44 - Your Question:Do you have the nutritional values for the sugar free recipes?Our Response:
    23 August 2017
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    Re: Naturally Sweet Fruit Loaves
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    Re: No Sugar Sponge Cakes
    Yes not like the picture at all
    20 August 2017
  • Lesley tilbury
    Re: No Sugar Sponge Cakes
    Made sponge cake came out like a pudding tasted nice but not right...i cooked it on 180 for 30 mins it didnt say what to put oven on ????…
    20 August 2017
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    lynds985 - Your Question:Hello, You do not mention how to use the 85g butter for the topping?and how does the tartin not get completely…
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