Do You Want Dessert Freedom?

May 7th, 2013 at 8:08 am
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Food allergies and desserts just don’t seem to mix, do they? There’s nothing worse than craving a sweet treat, heading into the kitchen, and finding yourself completely at a loss as to what to make.

I tried to help you out in the cookie department with Super Healthy Cookies…but I really don’t think there’s such a thing as too many dessert recipes. That’s why I’m excited to share about a new resource with you today: Dessert Freedom, a brand new e-book by the very talented Leanne at Healthful Pursuit!

I’ve been following Leanne’s blog for years and love her fresh, creative, energetic approach to cooking. When she generously sent me a copy of Dessert Freedom to review, I couldn’t pull myself away from the computer. I wanted to make everything!

Dessert Freedom is a collection of 20 recipes and 20 health-promoting techniques designed to help readers conquer their cravings, embrace their food allergies, and find freedom from the dessert dilemma. And get this! Every recipe is…

  • Egg-free
  • Wheat-free
  • Gluten-free
  • Grain-free
  • Refined sugar-free
  • Dairy-free
  • Corn-free
  • Soy-free
  • Peanut-free
  • And 50% of the recipes are nut-free

Every recipe is accompanied by gorgeous full-color photos (Leanne is quite the photographer). As a PDF, it can be read on your computer, iPad, iPhone, Kindle, and Android devices. You can take Dessert Freedom with you wherever you go!

So how was I to decide what to make first from the e-book? It was tough, believe me. In the end, I decided to go back to my cookie-loving roots and give Leanne’s No-Bake Snickerdoodles a whirl.

True to my food-loving nature, I took a few liberties with the recipe and add in chopped dried cranberries and cacao nibs for a little variation. I loved the no-bake cookies both ways, both plain and with the add-ins. It was such a simple recipe to throw together, but the flavor was right on point. They really did taste like snickerdoodles! These cookies are the perfect solution to a sweet treat when you don’t feel like cranking on the oven and dirtying a bunch of dishes.

I can’t decide what to make next. I think I’ll try the Strawberry Chia Squares, or maybe the Fruit & Nut Biscotti. Although Leanne told me that the Coconut Joy Squares were one of her favorites…so that one is high on the list, too!

Are you ready for Dessert Freedom?

You can learn more about Leanne’s wonderful cookbook and purchase it for $14.95 right here.  Thanks, Leanne, for putting forth a great resource!

Comments

  1. Wow, you’re a star, Hallie! Thank you so much for the beautiful review. Your words, the photos, everything is amazing. Love what you did with the cookies, I’ll definitely have to give that a whirl next time I make them ;)

  2. YAY! I just went and ordered it and am on my way to check my e-mail and read straight through it! Is there anything more exciting than readying a new cookbook? Oh and my most favorite, easy Paleo treat that I make are Leanne’s Double Down Chocolate Power Muffins!

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