Trying to keep your new years resolution, but that pesky sweet tooth is just too demanding? Try these sweet treats!
I have always found wheat does not really agree with me, no matter how whole wheat or 12 grain I go. Spelt, on the other hand has been kinder to my digestive system. In an attempt to keep my blood sugar under control, I had also given up all refined sugars. After trying a few variations, my daughter (the baker in our family) found this combination to work.
Though, I used sugar-free chocolate chips, you can use regular or even substitute with nuts. Also, I have found 'light spelt' to work better in most recipes. The regular spelt is really only good for muffins or banana bread (think whole wheat flour).
This is a guest post by Farheen Khan, the creative soul behind The Craft Souk. When Farheen is not creating beautiful works of arts and crafts, she delights with healthy and halal drool-worthy recipes for all to enjoy!
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