Find loads of delicious sugar-free cake recipes from home cooks like you. We have sugar free fruit cakes, cheesecakes, chocolate cakes and more. All are without sugar for those watching their sugar intake.
This chocolate cake is sugar free - just be sure you use 100% cocoa powder instead of drinking chocolate mix.
Thrown together using spare ingredients I had in the cupboard and freezer! Turned out really well and is now one of our favourites. Moist, yummy breakfast muffins made with wholemeal flour. Low-fat, no added salt, and I use Splenda® granulated sweetener in place of sugar! Great when you want to curb that sweetie craving, and ready in about half an hour (including the washing up! LOL)
A simple, yet delicious sugar-free cake with blueberries and a crunchy crumb topping. If you're not worried about using sugar, feel free to substitute sugar back into the recipe.
If you are diabetic or on a sugar-free diet, try this cake made with lots of dried fruits, nuts and spices.
This light cake is made with loads of delicious berries, fresh or frozen. The berry is up to you! If the berries are large, cut them into smaller pieces. If you prefer a sweeter cake, you can add an additional 2 to 5 tablespoons of sweetener. If you use frozen berries, thaw them first.
Wholemeal flour, walnuts and naturally sweet dried fruit make this sugar-free, dairy-free and egg-free cake a perfect alternative for diabetics during Christmas.
This gluten-wheat-diary-egg and sugar-free cake is a real tea-time treat. Packed with full of fruit flavours and enticingly moist. Lots of health-giving ingredients. Enjoy without guilt! I used gluten-wheat free self-raising flour but you can also use normal self-raising flour. And instead of light muscovado sugar, I used agave nectar.
A lower calorie, sugar free banana bread with delicious extras for a lighter treat with your favourite cuppa. If you prefer, you can leave out the walnuts and/or sultanas.
This super recipe creates the most delicious sugar-free cheesecake. Serve for dessert alongside fresh berries, whipped cream or your favourite topping.
The natural sweetness of parsnips, dried fruit and apple juice make these delicious cupcakes a treat for those needing to follow a sugar-free diet or if you don't like overly sweet cakes. Instead of parsnips, the cakes can be made with the same quantity of grated raw carrots. This recipe is from my book 'Special Cupcakes'. See footnote below for more details.