The I Quit Sugar Chocolate Cookbook has landed!

Posted on May 15th, 2013

Drum rolls and fanfare be silent. The day has come. Yep, the I Quit Sugar Chocolate Cookbook is available today. And thank you for being so patient!

Screen Shot 2013-05-15 at 10.08.43 AMMy love of chocolate has seen me experiment madly with different densely nutritious and satiating recipe ideas for two years now. It’s not a bad experiment to sign up for, mind you. This cookbook, as with my previous books, evolved as an experiment as I explored sugar-free living for myself. I say this often: I’m not a scientist. I don’t pretend to be. I’m someone who gave this way of living a crack, found it did great things for my wellness, and now I love sharing what I’ve learned.

To grab the Chocolate Cookbook, click on the button below. If you’ve pre-ordered, your copy will be delivered to you today via email. Stay tuned!

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I’m hoping you’ll love it. Here’s what you’ll find inside:

  • 74 fructose-free cakes, fudges, truffles, brownies, smoothies, cheesecakes, mousses, ice creams and barks.
  • Cacao v cocoa: an explanation, plus how to shop for both.
  • Safe sweeteners and how to use them.
  • Recipes healthy enough to eat for breakfast!
  • Handy conversion widgets, substitutions chart PLUS an ingredient saver helper.
  • Basic ingredients lists, and my preferred brands to try.
  • Vegan (and vegetarian) and Paleo (and gluten-free) options for the bulk of the recipes.

In addition to my recipes, the I Quit Sugar Chocolate Cookbook features contributions from a bunch of recipes developed by 13 I Quit Sugar readers and a whole heap more by some of my foodie and blog land friends, including:

  • Jemma Gawned, who runs raw food bar and wholesale kitchen Naked Treaties from Byron Bay NSW.
  • Megan Gilmore, a holistic health coach; her blog Detoxinista provides sublime, quick, all-natural recipes.
  • Jules Clancy, who has a degree in Food Science; her blog The Stone Soup specializes in recipes that use five ingredients or less.
  •  Martyna Candrick, a recipe developer and food blogger whose blog, Wholesome Cook, is full of nutritious and easy-to-prepare meals.
  • Anthia Koullouros is a Naturopath, and founder of OVViO Organics: Tea-house, clinic and apothecary in Sydney.

Hope you enjoy it as much as I just loved making it!

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  • http://ovvioorganics.com.au OVViO Organics

    Chuffed to be a part – thanks Sarah! Looks like a chocoholics dream x

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  • Sarah Wilson

    THank you !

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  • Sarah Wilson

    pleasure…and thank you to you!

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  • http://www.wholesome-cook.com Martyna @ Wholesome Cook

    YAY! Looks fab Sarah!

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  • Isabella

    As soon as I got my e-mail I screamed! I certainly got some worried looks. I’m so excited to cook some of these amazing recipes! I’m currently on week 5 of the IQS journey, so hopefully I won’t be too tempted! You are truly amazing Sarah. I really admire you and what you do. I know this question has been answered already by you, but I just have to ask again. There’s definitely no chance of this becoming a hard copy? I quite honestly carry your book around like it’s a bible! So having a hard copy of this amazing new e-book would really make it even more amazing.

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  • Emily

    Hi, I have just purchased my e copy to download onto my iPad but it doesn’t seem to be working. I download it via the link in the email but then once I close the file I can’t open it again. Does anybody know what I am doing wrong?

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    Laura Reply:

    I’m having this difficulty also, the Christmas cookbook is the same. Won’t let me open in iBooks, just goes to Dropbox but I can’t open it there either?

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    Jo Foster

    Sarah WilsonJo Foster Reply:

    Email info@sarahwilson.com.au and we’ll sort it out for you

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  • Tammy

    I needed this. My kids are all getting used to the IQS meals, but having nothing much on those special days was getting hard to explain away. They loved the bark from IQS but this offers a lot more.

    Thank you for the paper free version. I loved being able to use it straight away and not have to hunt through books for the recipe.

    BTW where do you get your flaked coconut from? I live in Brisbane and have even tried making it myself, but can’t seem to find a consistent source.

    Cheers.

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    To Tammy Reply:

    Not sure where in Brissy you live, but I have found it at the nut shop in James Street (in the shopping bit, opposite the overpriced supermarket!), Sun & Earth Organics in New Farm, Mick’s Nuts in West End (they’ll also order pretty much anything in for you, v. friendly owner). I think most health food shops should have it, otherwise try asking one of the nut guys at your local farmer’s markets to source it for you. Also, shredded coconut works just as well :)

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  • Gillian

    I’m really keen on getting this cookbook but don’t have an ebook reader. Will this come out in printed version soon?

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  • penny

    Is there a hard copy version, or only an ebook?

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  • http://ovvio.com.au Anthia Koullouros

    Congratulations Sarah!

    Our clients love us being in your book and love you to bits too!

    Anthia xxx

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  • Jane

    I’ve got my copy, but can’t print it out. Please help

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  • http://www.colourmehappy.typepad.com allie

    Can’t wait! Is this more of a post-detox resource or can it be used during the 8-week detox, when I am abstaining from all sugar (fruit, etc)?

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    allie Reply:

    p.s. most random question ever: in the photo on the Chocolate Cookbook page with the fudgy protein bites, what is the pen? I’m quite particular, and it looks like just the type I prefer. Strange question, I know.

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  • http://Nutritionallychic.blogspot.com Nutritionallychic

    Loved your first book and looking forward to getting this when the hard copy gets released

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  • Brooke McGregor

    Hi there,

    In your recipe book some recipes require rice malt syrup. can you use just “rice syrup” instead??? thanks

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  • nicole

    is this going to be available in hardcover or just e book

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  • Lani

    Hi Sarah, I wanted to ask you what blender/food processor you use when making coconut butter and other nut butters. I tried making coconut butter in my food processor and ended up breaking it! So am now looking at investing in one that will with stand the amount of blending required from these recipes. Any guidance would be much appreciated! Thanks!

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  • Kate

    Hi Sarah,

    I’m so excited about this cookbook! I have gone without sugar as a ‘trial run’ in the Lenten period the last two years, and felt so good, but so sick after the intensity (sugarwise!) that Easter can be…
    I was wondering what you think about coconut nectar as a fructose-free sweetener? I found that my favourite organic raw chocolate company now sells chocolate that is pure cacao and coconut, with very low sugar content!
    I am new to your blog and your books, but am reading David Gillespie’s ‘Sweet Poison’ currently and am certainly learning a lot! Thanks for your inspiration!

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    Allie Reply:

    Hi Kate,
    Is coconut nectar different from coconut sugar?
    http://www.sarahwilson.com.au/2011/05/whats-the-deal-with-coconut-sugar/

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  • Bex

    Help Sarah!!! I have read your IQS book. Love love love it :) But so far I have had day 1 of quitting ten times over- I just can’t seem to get through even one day!!

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  • Brit

    Hello Sarah

    I was wondering are you going to be releasing your new ebook ”I quit sugar chocolate cookbook” in a book format?

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