This Healthy Fudge Cake is not only a good-for-you treat occasionally, but is flour less, sugar free and chocolate free. Packed with goodness of Indian Superfoods, this fudge cake can be enjoyed for any special occasion, guilt free. All you need is some dates, nuts, food processor and 10 minutes of your time.
Curb your sweet tooth cravings with this fudge cake . In the world of desserts, it is pretty uncommon to find a dessert made with healthy ingredients only. Yes, you read it right, no refined sugar, no flour, no chocolate, no preservatives, no artificial colors. It’s as pure as it can be as it is made from raw ingredients only. If this isn’t enough, let me tell you it’s no-cook too, no kidding. No tricks here. This cake can be transformed into brownies, squares, powerballs or laddoos anything you like. Bite sized or a large party tray, smooth or nutty, it’s a dessert everyone will enjoy.
“Pick-me-up” without overindulging. I have to admit that this dessert is very calorie- and nutrient-dense, so you don’t need a lot of it to feel satisfied. A lot of folks think that dates spike up blood sugar levels. However as per a study published in the Nutrition Journal, certain varieties of Dates have a low glycemic index that ranges between 46 to 55 and their consumption even by diabetics does not result in significant postprandial glucose excursions. Infact Dates are rich in carbohydrates, salts, minerals, vitamins, fatty acids, proteins, and fibers. On the other hand Dr. Mark Hyman in his book Eat Fat, Get Thin, talks about how these nuts contain healthy monounsaturated fats, along with some omega-3s. If you think, eating fat makes you fat, Dr. Hyman has done an amazing job sorting through the confusing science around fat. I highly recommend for you to grab a copy if you haven’t read this book yet.
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