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.
For the health-conscious breakfast eater, this is a great substitute for fattier counterparts. You can use plain flour in place of the wholemeal flour if desired. Other fruits can be substituted as well!
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.
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.
I made this recipe for a healthy dessert on St Valentine's day for my husband. It's great, so chocolaty and nutty! My husband loved it, my whole family did. You can use whatever nut you like.
Delicious brownies that are just that little bit more healthy for you! These chocolate brownies are made with ground almonds and use plant-based agave nectar instead of refined sugar. Coconut oil replaces butter. Use pine nuts or hazelnuts instead of walnuts if you prefer.
Moist and aromatic cupcakes, excellent for Christmas. Diabetes friendly, no sugar and low carb flours. Easy to make and taste delicious!
This is a nice, quick to make chocolate cake for when you need that choccie fix but without a million calories. It fits the bill nicely, especially when coated in a low calorie chocolate frosting! Yum. No butter, oil or sugar in this cake...but you wouldn't know! (You could make a couple and slice into layers to build a devilishly tasty but angelically low calorie Black Forest gateaux with a bit of thought...)