How to bake yourself healthy
Avocado, tofu and maple syrup. There’s loads of ways to make your bakes healthier so you can stick to those new year’s resolutions.
Do you spend your weekends in the kitchen baking cakes and pies, bread and brownies?
You don’t have to give that up just because you’ve resolved to eat healthier this new year.
There’s loads of ways to reduce the sugar and butter in your bakes, so they still taste great but aren’t as naughty for your waistline.
From flour alternatives like coconut flour, to butter alternatives such as fudgy avocado – our guide has got some top tips to help you bake yourself healthy.
Whether you’re working with traditional ingredients or healthy alternatives, a KitchenAid Artisan mixer has become the ultimate home baking accessory.
Its retro curves and pastel colours mean you can leave it out on the worktop and it’ll look fantastic – as well as making you feel like you’re baking for the judges every time you use it.
Made from die-cast metal, the stylish mixer has a 4.8-litre stainless steel bowl and accessories – which are completely dishwasher safe for easy clean up.
The powerful motor will make quick work of any mixing and kneading, so you can save your arm power for the gym.