Righty ho people, I need a recipe for a baked product of some description (cake, biscuit, muffin, etc.) that you know works. I'm supposed to be compiling and analysing a low GI diet, and I want to put some sort of snack in there. But I'm stumped! Have trawled through the interweb with no joy - google has officially failed me. Damn them and their mafia owners!
So? Any recipes? Pretty pretty please??
The above link may have some helpful info for you.
sarah the bookworm wrote (see)
Damn them and their mafia owners! So? Any recipes? Pretty pretty please??
Damn them and their mafia owners!
Thanks guys - I'll have a look in the morning (need to sleep!!). I've got until midday to find something, and both look promising.
There are others too
Parklife wrote (see)
Try the library!
Double 0 wrote (see)
I don't think you can have healthy cake?!? Good luck with the kidney bean brownies.
I would just have a very small slice. A little bit of what you fancy?
I do like the sound of kidney bean brownies, I love kidney beans.
There is a Nigella cake that has whole cooked oranges in. I thought it was healthy but then I look at the amount of sugar, fat and ground nuts in it!
That Nigella recipe is fantastic! I made it last Christmas - the smell is amazing Not one for the reasonably healthy list though...
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