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Anyway, because our son can't have refined sugars (and I'm not even trying the substitutes because they aren't healthy for ANYone), I have been in kind of a pickle. What do I do about him not getting any cake? Doesn't seem fair that he'll have like 25 people around him eating it, but he can't. He's four. I'm not about to let that happen. So I did some research and found a recipe that looks like it has some serious potential to be tweaked into an edible sugar-free chocolate cake.
**I do want to mention that I'm writing this in trust that the recipe and additional information I found will work out. I don't KNOW if it is going to work well, yet, but will update with how it worked out.**
Here's the recipe, and I found it HERE:
How much honey does it take to replace a cup of sugar? Oh, I looked that up too. (I found the following information HERE.)
How should I alter my recipe?
What Kind Of Honey Should I use For Baking?:
Well, "honey fanatic", I'm using organic raw honey. It's fantastic, and has a more mild taste than the nasty honey I bought the last time. *You can read about it HERE.*
|Organic, raw honey|
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