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Gloriously Gluten-Free Dessert Ideas for Your Kitchen Creations

Wheat-free? No need to compromise on the best course of the evening.

The saddest part of having a wheat intolerance – You have to ignore of all those yummy delicious cakes, pies, and pastries that no longer forms part of your ‘gluten-free’ diet chart.

Gluten Free Malaysian Dishes

With each passing day, more and more people are turning away from the ‘W’ word (Wheat), so gazillions of properly good recipes that forgo gluten has emerged. For birthdays, dinner parties and just general treats, there are some of the best desserts that everyone can enjoy. Eliminating gluten from your diet doesn’t mean sacrificing flavor. Try this gluten-free Malaysian dishes for sweet indulgences.

# CHOCOLATE POTS – The extra rich, creamy pudding incorporates both drinking chocolate and organic raw cacao powder for a double dose of chocolate.

(NOTE: This is a non-vegan recipe)


Granulated coconut sugar
Gluten free chocolate
Unsweetened Cacao Butter
Kosher salt
Whole milk
EGG Yolks
Pure vanilla extract


In a medium saucepan, add coconut sugar, cornstarch and salt. Add 1/3 of milk, stir it to form a smooth paste. Whisk in the egg yolks and the remaining milk.

Cook the mixture over low heat. Keep on stirring till it becomes thickened. Remove from the heat.

Add vanilla and gluten-free chocolate. Keep on stirring till the chocolate melts and the mixture becomes smooth. Pour into glasses or teacups. Refrigerate until chilled for at least 2 hours and up to 2 days. Sprinkle with the cacao powder before serving.

# FLOURLESS CHOCOLATE CAKE – Rich and dense, this cake will satisfy the starvation of the most serious chocoholic.

(NOTE: This is a non-vegan recipe)


Raw Cacao Butter
Raw cacao powder (gluten-free), plus more for the pan
Heavy cream
Gluten free chocolate
Sour cream
Organic coconut sugar


Heat the oven at 350 degrees F. Spread the cacao butter in a pan and dust with cacao powder. In a saucepan, heat the cacao butter with ¼ cup of the heavy cream over medium-low heat until the cacao butter is melted. Add the chocolate and stir until melted and smooth. Remove from heat.

Whisk the eggs together in a bowl along with coconut sugar and cacao butter. Whisk in the chocolate mixture. Transfer the batter to the prepared pan and bake until puffed and set. Let the pan cool. Run a knife around the edge of the cake before unmolding.

Using an electric mixer, beat the remaining 1 cup of heavy cream with the crème fraîche and organic coconut sugar until soft peaks form. Dust the cake with cacao powder and serve with the whipped cream mixture.

# COCONUT NECTAR BAKED APPLE – What a taste it would be, when apples will be stuffed with a tasty mixture of walnuts and raisins before baking until tender. The coconut nectar and juice from the apples mingle to create a sweet, luscious sauce.


Coconut nectar
Walnut pieces
Golden raisins
Raw Cacao Butter (Gluten-Free)
Ice Cream


Heat the oven at 400 degrees F. By using a pairing knife remove the cores of the apple and trim ½ -inch slice from the bottom of each apple. Place the apples in an oven proof skillet or 8- to 9-inch baking dish.

Drizzle the coconut nectar over them. Fill the cavities of the apple with raisins and walnuts. Dot the apples with the cacao butter. Bake until tender.

If using a baking dish, pour the liquid from the dish into a skillet. Bring to a boil over medium heat. Cook until it thickens slightly. Spoon the sauce over the warm apples and serve with the ice cream.

Leading a healthy life does not imply that you have to give up sweets completely, it simply means its high time to replace all unhealthy refined sugars with natural sweeteners like coconut nectar. Gluten free Malaysian dishes are good for your body as well as taste buds. When certain foods are eaten together, your body gets greater health benefits than it can get from each food separately.

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