While traditional granitas and sorbets are packed full of sugar, this refreshing melon and citrus recipe from The Australian Women’s Weekly’s ‘Sugar-Free’ cookbook is sweetened naturally with stevia for a healthy, cooling dessert.
As the weather gets warmer, wonderfully refreshing fruits start coming back into season to cool us down, and satisfy our sweet cravings naturally. Watermelon is undoubtedly one of our favourites, and whether it's enjoyed on its own or incorporated into a beautiful salad or baked dessert, it's always a winner. Here, we've gathered together some tasty ways to include more watermelon in your sweet and savoury dishes, with cakes, cheesecakes and sorbets, to tasty Asian noodle salads.
All of the ingredients in this refreshing juice recipe from The Australian Women's Weekly's Super Foods and Power Juices cookbook are thought to be natural aphrodisiacs. They also happen to contain lots of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
The irresistible combination of refreshing watermelon, zesty lime, dark chocolate chips and tequila makes it all too easy to eat a half quantity of these delicious morsels in one go. You'll find this recipe, and others like it, in The Australian Women's Weekly's 'SWEET' cookbook.