Baking without Sugar (Hardback)
The number of sugar intolerant people continues to grow year on year. In the UK, more than eight million people are affected and in the US, around 30% of the population cannot eat sugar. Worldwide, this figure is estimated at over 200 million!
For many, this has meant giving up the treats and pastime they dearly loved. In this exciting new cookbook, acclaimed chef Sophie Michell shows that it is possible to bake tasty treats without using sugar. From tasty titbits to cakes that will make any afternoon tea, Sophie shows how using no or very little sugar doesn't have to make your baking any less delicious.
Featuring over forty recipes, Baking Without Sugar is the perfect addition for any health conscious baker's library.
Feature article: 'Sophie Michell gives us healthier puddings without the sweet stuff'Bella Magazine
***** Try the chocolate cake!Amazon Review
I bought this book for my mum for her birthday and she loves it! The chocolate cake is so tasty and i can’t wait to try more!
***** We try to eat healthy but love a treat and this ticks all the boxes!Amazon Review
Loving this new book from Sophie Michell, we have been trying to reduce the sugar intake in our family, mainly for the children and this has been really helpful. We try to eat healthy but love a treat and this ticks all the boxes.
***** New fave recipe book!Amazon Review
A beautiful addition to my cook book library, this book is very nicely produced with gorgeous photos and lots of mouth-watering recipes that I can’t wait to try out.
***** Five Stars!Amazon Review
Baking has started already in our house using this as our guide to healthier cooking.
Feature article: 'have your cake AND EAT IT' words by Lisa BotwrightOPTIMA
This is a great read, not just for those with a medical need to control their blood sugar, but also for people interested in the trend for lower-carb diets. It’s for anyone interested in healthier alternatives to traditional baking at all, in fact.
As featured inYou Magazine, Mail on Sunday 27/5/18
Author interview as featured inThe Resident, May 2018