The I Quit Sugar Chocolate Cookbook has landed!

Drum rolls and fanfare be silent. The day has come. Yep, the I Quit Sugar Chocolate Cookbook is available today. And thank you for being so patient!

Screen Shot 2013-05-15 at 10.08.43 AMMy love of chocolate has seen me experiment madly with different densely nutritious and satiating recipe ideas for two years now. It’s not a bad experiment to sign up for, mind you. This cookbook, as with my previous books, evolved as an experiment as I explored sugar-free living for myself. I say this often: I’m not a scientist. I don’t pretend to be. I’m someone who gave this way of living a crack, found it did great things for my wellness, and now I love sharing what I’ve learned.

To grab the Chocolate Cookbook, click on the button below. If you’ve pre-ordered, your copy will be delivered to you today via email. Stay tuned!


I’m hoping you’ll love it. Here’s what you’ll find inside:

  • 74 fructose-free cakes, fudges, truffles, brownies, smoothies, cheesecakes, mousses, ice creams and barks.
  • Cacao v cocoa: an explanation, plus how to shop for both.
  • Safe sweeteners and how to use them.
  • Recipes healthy enough to eat for breakfast!
  • Handy conversion widgets, substitutions chart PLUS an ingredient saver helper.
  • Basic ingredients lists, and my preferred brands to try.
  • Vegan (and vegetarian) and Paleo (and gluten-free) options for the bulk of the recipes.

In addition to my recipes, the I Quit Sugar Chocolate Cookbook features contributions from a bunch of recipes developed by 13 I Quit Sugar readers and a whole heap more by some of my foodie and blog land friends, including:

  • Jemma Gawned, who runs raw food bar and wholesale kitchen Naked Treaties from Byron Bay NSW.
  • Megan Gilmore, a holistic health coach; her blog Detoxinista provides sublime, quick, all-natural recipes.
  • Jules Clancy, who has a degree in Food Science; her blog The Stone Soup specializes in recipes that use five ingredients or less.
  •  Martyna Candrick, a recipe developer and food blogger whose blog, Wholesome Cook, is full of nutritious and easy-to-prepare meals.
  • Anthia Koullouros is a Naturopath, and founder of OVViO Organics: Tea-house, clinic and apothecary in Sydney.

Hope you enjoy it as much as I just loved making it!



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