Can dessert recipes actually be healthy?
Let’s be serious, dessert is still dessert, but this cookbook contains yummy, dairy free dessert recipes that are so healthy you can enjoy them for breakfast!
They are made using whole food ingredients that nourish your body and leave you feeling light and energized.
The dairy free desserts in this cookbook are also high in fiber, an important nutrient that slows down the release of sugar into the bloodstream. This helps avoid a sugar high, which is inevitably followed by a crash. Fiber basically makes sure your energy levels stay balanced.
In this cookbook, I teach you how to satisfy your sweet tooth without the guilt!
Use my healthy baking substitutes and guide to sugar alternatives to turn your favourite dessert recipes into healthy treats. With this knowledge, you will never have to use refined sugar or flour again!
More About Healthy Dairy Free Desserts
Healthy Dairy Free Desserts is for you if:
- You want to start making healthier choices for yourself and your family but don't want to give up desserts
- Dairy makes you bloated and gassy or causes skin issues like acne or eczema
- You are sensitive or allergic to dairy and have really been struggling to cut it out of your diet
- You seriously miss desserts and can’t buy store bought desserts because of food allergies
- Someone you know is lactose intolerant and you want to be able to bake dairy free desserts for them
- You want to learn more about baking with alternative healthy ingredients
- You are looking for simple recipes that can be quickly whipped up to combat sugar cravings
- You find it disappointing to be at family gatherings and parties with friends and not enjoy the same treats
Healthy Dairy Free Desserts has recipes for everyone!
I love to play in the kitchen and create recipes that accommodate a wide variety of food allergies, diets, and lifestyle choices.
Jesse Lane Wellness Cookbook: Healthy Dairy Free Desserts contains recipes for everyone. Dairy can cause a lot of health issues so I made sure that all of the recipes are dairy free. They are also all soy free, and vegetarian.
- 26 of the recipes are gluten free
- 17 of the recipes are vegan
- 17 of the recipes are paleo
- 12 of the recipes are sugar-free
Do you want to have your cake and eat it too?
Now you can!
Jesse Lane Wellness Cookbook: Healthy Dairy Free Desserts contains over 30 healthy dessert recipes (with stunning images) that you can enjoy without feeling deprived!
All of the unique recipes are nutritionist approved, made with whole food ingredients and do not contain any soy, dairy, white flour or processed sugar.
Jesse Lane Wellness Cookbook: Healthy Dairy Free Desserts also contains a guide to healthy baking substitutes and alternative sugars, so you can learn how to turn your family favourites into healthy desserts.
Press, Media, and Reviews
April 3, 2017: During my segment on Breakfast Television, I explain the how chocolate can actually be healthy! I also show viewers how to make Raw Black Forest Brownies and talk about some other chocolate recipes from my cookbook. Watch the segment here. The host Dine says:
Trust me when I say you cannot believe this is nutritious because it is so delicious!
December 21, 2016: Magic happens when candy canes are hiding in baking! I had so much fun sharing my candy cane desserts on Breakfast Television. During the segment, I show viewers how you can eat delicious desserts over the holidays that are still healthy! Watch the segment here. Host Melanie Ng says:
It’s all about indulging over the holidays but with this, you don’t feel as guilty. Yummm, these are really good.
December 7, 2016: Did you know national cookie day was December 4th? I was so excited to celebrate this delicious day in a healthy way on The Morning Show. We all love cookies but we don’t want to end up looking like Santa! During the segment, I show viewers how to make festive cookies from my cookbook. Watch the segment here.
August 8, 2016: Blueberry season continues to burst so during this segment on CH Morning Live I turn the berry into gluten , sugar and dairy free treats. I show viewers how easy it is to make my 4 Ingredient Ice Cream and talk about other berrylicious desserts from Healthy Dairy Free Desserts. Watch the segment here.
A big hit on Amazon!
July 25, 2016: During the segment that aired on Get Fit, Get Strong with Sally Leung, I share 3 tips to making healthier desserts. I also talk about two of the recipes from Healthy Dairy Free Desserts. Watch the full segment here. When the host Sally tasted my Raw Black Forest Brownies she said:
Super duper yummy, wow!
March 9, 2016: During this segment that aired on Daytime Toronto, I show viewers how easy it is to make two recipes from my cookbook Healthy Dairy Free Desserts: Chocolate Avocado Pudding and Almond Coconut Choco Chip Cookies. Watch the full segment here! When the host Val tasted my cookies she said:
Oh wow, it's tender. If you are a chewy cookie person this is for you, super yummy! This would be good for everybody, it's chocolatey satisfying and rich.
March 6, 2016: Nikki from the belle method talks about my Healthy Pea(not) Butter Cups. Nikki Bergen is a Pilates Instructor, professional dancer and creator of The Belle Method where she helps women feel strong and beautiful inside and out. She says:
Thank you to Jesse Lane Wellness for creating a delicious dessert recipe that someone like me (with a gazillion food allergies) can actually eat and enjoy.
February 29, 2016: Lidvina of Lidvina Wellness shares the recipe for Pear Apple Pie Crumble. Lidvina is a Holistic Nutritionist who helps women sleep better naturally using delicious foods, exercise and lifestyle changes. She says:
This is a winning combination because I love my sweets without all the unhealthy extras but definitely packed with nutritious goodness!
February 29, 2016: Suzanne from Life of Eden shares the recipe for Rich and Creamy Chocolate Avocado Pudding. Suzanne is a holistic nutritionist and blogger who focuses on empowered living, whole-food, and soul food. She says:
This is yet another phenomenal book, it is filled with decadent goodies.
February 29, 2016: Sharon from The Honour System shares the recipe for Almond Coconut Choco Chip Cookies. The Honour System is where Sharon shares inspired, health conscious recipes made with fresh ingredients. She says:
I’m wholeheartedly recommending Jesse Lane’s Healthy Dairy Free Desserts e-cookbook. We all like to indulge and Jesse Lane’s book shows us how to do so in a healthful and allergen friendly way.
February 27, 2016: Ricki Heller has been busy sharing pictures of my recipes on her social media channels. Ricki is a cookbook author, professional recipe developer, holistic nutritionist and anti-candida crusader. She says:
A great way to get started with healthy desserts. Thanks, Jesse Lane!
February 26, 2016: Constantly Cooking shares the recipe for my Pear Apple Pie Crumble. Constantly Cooking is a food-related blog designed to provide sure-fire recipes and helpful tips to make your culinary endeavours more fun and successful. The blogger behind Constantly Cooking, who is also the Food Editor of Ottawa at Home, says:
The recipes are straightforward to prepare and are accompanied by very pretty images which add to the book’s appeal.
February 26, 2016: Sonja from life in blush shares the recipe for my Chocolate Avocado Pudding. Her website life in blush is where green beauty reviews are served with a side of humor, and lifestyle trends are always within your budget. She says:
You can never be too rich, or have too many vegan dessert recipes at your fingertips.
February 24, 2016: In an interview with Jules Wellness, I share my biggest business challenges and my advice for entrepreneurs just starting out in the wellness industry. Jules Wellness offers conscious gift baskets and the top health and wellness products that are health-conscious & hand-selected.
February 23, 2016: Laura of Fresh and Frank shares a recipe for Chocolate Avocado Pudding. Laura is a Holistic Nutritionist & Wellness Coach who provides nutritional consulting and wellness coaching services. She says:
Indulgence with health benefits - yes please!
February 9, 2016: Andrea of Delectably Simple shares a recipe for Almond Coconut Choco Chip Cookies. Andrea is a registered Holistic Nutritionist who loves creating healthy new recipes and giving traditional ones "makeovers". She says:
There is something for everyone in this recipe book, even for the most picky eater.
February 9, 2016: Jeffron of Evergreen Healthy Living shares a Q&A where I talk about what brought me to Holistic Nutrition along with a recipe for Chocolate Avocado Pudding. Jeffron is a Holistic Nutritionist who is all about inspiring you to be energized, healthy and happy! She says:
Jesse Lane has created the awesome cookbook “Healthy Dairy Free Desserts” which, I guarantee, will please everyone!!!
January 28, 2016: In an interview with Clean Eating Magazine I talk about my accidental kombucha shower and share the recipe for Pear Apple Pie Crumble. Clean Eating Magazine takes you beyond the food you eat, exploring the multitude of health and nutritional benefits that can be yours when you subscribe to a clean lifestyle. Alexis, the author of the article says:
Be sure to pick up a copy of her eBook Healthy Dairy Free Desserts. There is something for every dietary need: vegan, gluten-free or paleo. You’ll wish you started eating healthier years ago.
January 28, 2016: Jaclyn of Holistic Foodie shares stunning photos of the Dark Chocolate Chili Bites in the cookbook along with the recipe. Jaclyn is a Certified Holistic Nutritionist who works with clients to achieve a healthy balance that is rooted in understanding the healing power of food. She says:
I definitely suggest buying Healthy Dairy Free Desserts because you will not regret it.
January 26, 2016: Jen Newell ND shares her thoughts on the cookbook and a recipe for Healthy Pea(not) Butter Cups. Jen Newell is a Naturopathic Doctor who is passionate about helping people embrace health, feel amazing and easily incorporate “real” food into their busy lives. She says:
I have a pretty significant sweet tooth and I am happy to report that these desserts do not taste “healthy” and are satisfying and indulgent. This whole ebook is pretty fantastic if you are looking for some awesome new dessert recipes.
January 26, 2016: Sandra Chabot Weber shares a really fun Q&A with some questions you don’t want to miss! Sandra is a Holistic Nutritionist, writer, and speaker who helps women look and feel great. She says:
I can vouch for how amazing the recipes in this cookbook are – I LOVE the Protein Power Balls (p 35). If you want to be known for making the healthiest yet tastiest desserts, get your own copy.
January 21, 2016: Briana of The Naked Label shares the Dark Chocolate Chili Bites recipe from my cookbook. Briana is a Certified Holistic Nutritionist, author, and speaker with a deep seeded passion for food! She says:
They are so good you will find yourself sneaking back into the kitchen for more!
December 17, 2015: Annie of VegAnnie, who is also my second cousin (!), shares my Chocolate Avocado Pudding recipe. Annie is a holistic health coach and Ph.D. student at UT Austin who loves creating and sharing healthy, plant-based, budget-friendly recipes. She says:
Her cookbook is full of scrumptious, dairy-free and gluten-free desserts.
December 11, 2015: Deanna of Nature's Peach shares her review of the cookbook and my recipe for Healthy Pea(not) Butter Cups! Deanna is a Holistic Nutritionist and food lover passionate about fresh foods, farmers markets, and home cooking. She says:
It is definitely one cookbook I am happy to have in my collection (and one I will refer to many times).
December 5, 2015: Kris Carr shares the Raw Black Forest Brownie recipe from my cookbook. Kris Carr is a multiple New York Times best-selling author, wellness activist & cancer thriver, here to help you live like you mean it! She says:
I dare you not to lick the bowl while whipping these up! This might be the greatest raw brownie recipe of all.