A round up of some of your favourite sugar, gluten and dairy-free desserts I’ve posted in the last few years. For your indulgently healthy pleasures…

Sugar-Free Raspberry Ripe

1. My Sugar-Free Raspberry Ripe. The most popular dessert recipe on the blog! Simple, moorish, minimal-ingredients-required “assemblages”, brimful of nutrients and wholesome sweetness. (Sugar and gluten free.)

Sugar-Free Nut Cheesecake

2. My Crunchy Nut Cheesecake. (Sugar and gluten free.)

Paleo Coconut Flour Muffins (Image via Empowered Sustenance)

3. Paleo Coconut Flour Muffins. Pumpkin and walnut muffins made with coconut flour, paleo’s grain-free flour of choice. (Sugar, gluten and dairy free.)

My Chocolate Nut Balls

4. My Chocolate Nut Balls (healthy ’nuff for breakfast!). These balls of goodness are so healthy and anti-oxidising you can eat them for breakfast. They’re filling, so you won’t eat the whole lot in one sitting! (Sugar, gluten and a dairy-free option, too.)

Sugar-Free Macaroon Slice

5. Sugar-Free Macaroon Slice. This very pretty rhubarb slice is from Maria at Scandi Foodie. (Sugar, gluten and dairy free.)

Coffee Almond Gummy Squares

6. Coffee Almond Gummy Squares. The simplest gut-healing breakfast a girl can eat! These coffee almond milk gelatin chews are sugar, gluten and dairy free.

Image via Better Homes and Gardens

For more sugar-free, dessert-y goodness, head here to check out my books. All chock-a-block with recipes like the above.

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What’s your favourite sugar, dairy and gluten-free dessert? 

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  • Wendy

    Just curious if you have any suggestions for a “treat” for my little boy who is anaphylactic to egg, nuts, sesame and chia? I have one little muffin recipe but would like something a bit more exciting so to speak:!

  • Debs

    oh no! Raspberry ripe at no. 1. How?!

  • Nicole

    I made this Sarah and found it way rich. I couldn’t eat it. Maybe I did something wrong. I must be the odd one out as it’s one of your favourites with everyone.

  • Jennifer

    I love the raspberry ripple and a lot of the other chocolate recipes…I was just wondering if I am doing something wrong as I always get a layer of coconut oil on top and the RMS sinks to the bottom. Is there a way to stop that from happening? Thanks

  • Kate Miller

    Does anyone know of a recipe that was posted recently containing pumpkin and coconut flour, nuts and stevia?

  • Jane Akroyd

    I need a recipe for a basic sponge that is both dairy-free and sugar-free which won’t break the bank every time I make it. Ideally, it would be a go-to recipe that I can adapt for any occasion. Any ideas?????