Gluten-free Sugar-free Super Moist Banana Bread 😋🍞

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The best gluten-free sugar-free cheesecake recipe I ever made! 😋


I’m a serial cheesecake killer. Really, I have been failing for years and I almost gave up before I discovered this recipe. 🙂

I had to try harder after going gluten/sugar-free, because my dessert options have been limited. So here how I made this heavenly cheesecake!

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Fluffy, super moist #glutenfree #sugarfree banana bread 🍞😋

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Crunchy Honey Nut Clusters 🌰

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Gluten-free Sugar-free Crepes 🥞

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Gluten-free Sugar-free Protein Packed Ice Cream 🍧

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Mixed with peanuts

I made gluten-free baguettes! 🥖😋

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Gluten-free Dairy-free Fluffy Toast 😋🍞

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iCook: (5) Flourless oatmeal cookies.

Original recipe is from I improvised a lighter version; this makes around 70 cookies, 60 calories per each.


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– 450 grams oat flakes.
– 2 large eggs.
– 175 grams unsalted butter.
– Around 1/4 cup flaxseed oil. (I think you may omit this one to save calories).
– 1/2 cup sugar (better be brown).
– 2 scoops whey protein.
– Skim milk to soften the dough (because I used half the butter in the original recipe).
– 1 tsp baking powder.
– 2 tsp vanilla extract.
– 1 tsp ground cinnamon.
– 1/8 tsp salt.


1. Spread the oats in a baking tray and roast in the oven until golden.

2. Grind about 3/4 the oats together with the baking powder, salt and cinnamon.

3. In a bowl, mix the butter and oil with sugar and whey until smooth in consistency.

4. In another bowl whip the eggs and vanilla.

5. Add the eggs to the butter mixture and mix until smooth.

6. Gradually add the ground oats and mix until smooth.

7. Add the 1/4 of oats you didn’t grind and mix.

8. You will see the dough is getting tough, add few drops of skim milk until you get the right consistency.

9. Shape the dough into medium-sized cookies, and align them on an oven tray or whatever and bake in 200°C for about 12 minutes or until they become golden.

10. Enjoy the yumminess! 😉

iCook: (4) Improvising protein bars..

I was bored and hungry, and too lazy to dig the internet for a good protein bar recipe that I have all its ingredients, so I set my cooking instinct free. And it didn’t let me down! 😉

They don’t look beautiful, but they taste yummy! 😀

Chocolate granola protein bar*:


– 2 medium cups sugar-free musli.

– 3 egg whites.

– 3 tbsp. home-made almond butter (pure almond).

– 2 servings of your protein powder.

– 1 tsp. baking powder.

– 1 ordinary low fat yogurt (Greek would be better, but I had none).

– 16 pieces of galaxy milk chocolate (like 3 ordinary bars or one big bar)… You can use dark chocolate of course, but I can’t resist galaxy’s taste).

Mix all ingredients except chocolate. Spread on a tray. Cook in 180ْ C for 20-30 minutes. Then melt the chocolate and spread it over. Cool down, then enjoy!

*Makes around 12 bars. I think it has like 8 grams protein or maybe more. You can use my fitness pal to accurately calculate.