Tag: sugar free. Free’ist

22
Nov

Flourless Chocolate Orange Brownies

Chocolate and orange is such a classic combination, we’ve decided to take it to the next level in these soft squidgy  brownies. Using  No Added Sugar & Gluten Free Dark Chocolate with Orange & nutritious black beans rather than the traditional white flour, this is the ultimate health twist to standard brownies. To sweeten them up, we have added a little maple syrup and to give them that extra citrus zing, some orange zest (we all need a little zing in our life, right?)

If you also like your brownies with an extra bite, add chopped almonds to the mix.

SERVES: Makes 12-14 brownies

PREP TIME: 15 minutes
COOK TIME: 25 minutes

INGREDIENTS
* 1 tin black beans and juice
* 2 tbsp maple syrup
* 3 tbsp cacao powder
* 150g Free’ist orange chocolate – melted (2 x 75g Bars)
* Zest of 2 oranges
* 1 tsp baking powder
* 150g chopped almonds (optional)

INSTRUCTIONS
1. Melt the chocolate by placing broken chocolate pieces into a small bowl and putting the bowl into a saucepan of water over a medium heat. The hot water should heat the bowl and melt the chocolate. Stir until the chocolate is a liquid consistency. Remove from the heat.
2. In a food processor or nutribullet blend up the black beans together with their juice until smooth.
3. Place the bean mixture into a large bowl and stir in the cacao powder, orange zest, maple syrup, melted chocolate and baking powder and stir to combine. You’ll have a really runny mixture. Lastly, fold in the chopped almonds if you’re using them.
5. Spoon this mix into a lined brownie tin – ideal size would be a 6″x 6″ small tin. Bake for 25 minutes until crisp and firm on top. Don’t worry if they don’t seem totally set when you remove from the oven, the brownies will get firmer as they cool.
6. Allow to cool before cutting.

Thanks to Vicky at The Flourishing Pantry for co-creation.

 

23
Oct

Gluten-Free Pop Up Shop Opens in Dublin

Unglu-d is a Gluten-Free Shop that has re-opened its doors this year for a longer duration due to the increased demand for Gluten Free Foods.

The shop itself is situated in Unit 3 Royal Hibernian Way, Dawson Street, Dublin 2 and has partnered with a variety of big brands including Free’ist to bring consumers a special Gluten-Free Shopping Experience.

The creator of Unglu-d is Aileen Markey, a Coeliac herself. She was diagnosed a couple of years and decided to test the concept of having a store completely dedicated for Coeliacs and individuals who are Gluten Intolerant.

According to the Ireland Coeliac Society, Ireland is considered one of the countries with the highest coeliac disease  rates in the world. A possible reason for this may be the Irish diets, which are historically rich in Cereals and Wheat laded foods.

Unglu-d are stocking our Free’ist Gluten-Free Range which includes our six Chocolate Bars, Popcorns, Marshmallows & Jams.

 

22
Nov

Free’ist Fruit Mountain

Fruit and pancake mountain made by one of our customers @pops_foodiekitchen using our sugar free strawberry jam looks amazing! A delicious breakfast without the guilt!

Ingredients – Banana Protein Pancakes, Raspberries and Bloobs 🍇 🍒 Choc Shot 🍫 Free’ist sugar free Strawberry Jam 🍓 Pancake Batter – 50g Oats, 1 banana, 100g oeggfreerange whites, baking powder, 15g MyProtein banana Whey and 100ml Maxi Nutrition Banana Shake!

Keep us updated and send us your Free’ist recipes on our instagram page @freeist_sugar_free!

 

19
Nov

Sugar Free Fridge Cake

This is a completely refined sugar free recipe..

Ingredients

60g Free’ist Milk Chocolate
1 tbsp. (15g) butter/coconut oil
4 tbsp. (20g) Choc Shot
1/2 tbsp. vanilla extract
pinch sea salt
2-3 Free’ist Chocolate Chip Cookies
2 sugar free marshmallows
Cherries

Directions

1 – In a small saucepan, melt together the Free’ist chocolate, butter/coconut oil and Choc Shot.
2 – Stir in the vanilla and sea salt
3 – Crush your biscuits, but leave some chunky pieces. Chop up your marshmallows and cherries. Stir into the chocolate mixture until everything is coated.
4 – Scrape into a small silicone load mould and leave in the fridge until set. Chop up and serve!

 

This recipe was shared with us from www.healthyhappyheebs.wordpress.com