8 Best iHerb healthy dessert ingredients
Here are some iHerb healthy dessert ingredient suggestions for the people who love desserts and also have health goals. From healthier gluten free white flour substitutes to syrups and something for your chocolate craving 🙂 Looking to make brownies, puddings and cakes? Take a look at these healthy ingredients for some inspiration.
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1. Chia seeds
2. Banana flour
Banana flour is known to be filling and support friendly digestive bacteria. It’s a gluten free and tasty alternative to flour and can be added directly to desserts and even smoothies to thicken it up (that’s something you can’t do with normal flour!) If you’re looking for another raw substitute option, you can also consider coconut flour.
3. Organic brown rice syrup
4. Organic cacao powder
5. Cacao butter
6. Whole grain buckwheat flour
This buckwheat flour is whole grain and an excellent source of fibre! Swap a portion of flour with buckwheat flour for your desserts and even to make wheat bread. It can also be used to make soba noodles which is a healthier option as the GI would be lower so there will be less sugar spikes and energy drops.
7. Coconut oil
Coconut oil helps to improve skin, hair and oral health. It can be used in desserts such as cookies to replace vegetable oils. Since it’s filling, it can help you feel fuller for longer. It’s also great to use topically for your skin!
8. Flax seed
Looking for a refreshing dessert? Flax seed and chia seeds are popular to make pudding desserts! Flax seeds help to add fibre to your diet and may help reduce the risk of heart disease. Could we possibly make Christmas desserts healthier and more refreshing? (Christmas pudding is the last thing you want when you’re already stuffed with turkey and a good meal!)