Delicious Ways to Eat Veg for Dessert

5 Delicious Ways to Eat Vegetables for Dessert

By Alexia Dellner

We love a good carrot cake just as much as the next person, but two new ice cream flavours from Häagen-Dazs have taken the vegetable dessert concept to another level.

The new ‘Spoon Vege’ range will launch in Japan this May and features a carrot and orange fusion, and a tomato and cherry blend. Heres a few others you could tuck into!

Sweet Potato Brownies

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These sweet potato brownies may well be the fudgiest brownies known to mankind. Seriously. Not only are they rich and chewy, they’re also gluten and refined-sugar free. 


Torta Di Zucca (Pumpkin Cake)

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There are just some things that Italians simply do better than anyone else. This light and flavourful torta di zucca (that’s pumpkin cake to you and me) beats traditional pumpkin pie hands down.

 

Chocolate, Avocado & Lime Tart

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It may sound strange, but this chocolate, avocado and lime tart is anything but. Impress dinner guests with this rich dessert and see if they can guess what the secret ingredient is.


Apple and Carrot Cake

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We did say that we loved a good carrot cake and this apple and carrot cake totally delivers, both on taste and health benefits. Free from wheat, gluten, dairy and refined sugar, it’s also packed full of nutrients. The carrot and apple are good sources of Vitamin C, the linseed topping is packed full of essential oils and the dates are full of fibre.


Flour-Free Chocolate & Beetroot Cake

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A University
 of Exeter study showed that juiced beets can improve your exercise endurance by 16 percent. A slice of this flour-free chocolate and beetroot cake before the gym then?

Read more: http://www.womenshealthmag.co.uk/nutrition/recipes/1323/veg-for-dessert#ixzz31d5wAMpX

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