People interested in cutting down on sweets but still having a treat will be interested in a recent article published on a food blog. The author is a pastry chef who wants to cut down on refined sugars. She has written a recipe for a yogurt tart that uses less sugar but is still sweet. The writer took away the sugar in the filling and cut the amount of sugar in the crust by fifty percent. She used dates, nuts, and honey to add sweetness.
- This tart allows you to savor the flavor with less sugar.
- The crust is the real bonus, in that it is down to two tablespoons.
- The tart also contains main fun flavors like cardamom and orange peel to add to the festiveness of the dish.
“Every bite is a little celebration of contrasts—sweet, tangy, smooth, crunchy, chewy, nutty, fruity—tied together with spice.”
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