Sugar Free Rhubarb and Ginger Fool Recipe

Ingredients:Sugar Free Rhubarb and Ginger Fool Recipe

25g (1oz) Naturally Sweet Xylitol
450g (1lb) rhubarb, thickly chopped
50ml (2 fl oz) fresh orange juice
1 cinnamon stick or 1 tsp of ground cinnamon
3 lumps of stem ginger chop
150ml fat-free Greek yoghurt
Flower petals and mint sprigs to garnish

Method

1. Place the rhubarb, orange juice, cinnamon stick (or ground cinnamon), and Naturally Sweet Xylitol into a pan, cover, and cook gently for ten minutes or until tender.
2. Remove lid and cook for a further 5 minutes or so to allow the liquid to evaporate.
3. Discard the cinnamon stick if used, stir in the chopped ginger, and allow to cool.
4. Fold in the yoghurt and then spoon into six glasses.
5. Decorate each glass with a flower petal and a mint sprig.
6. Chill before serving.

Recipe and photo courtesy of Total Sweet

5 thoughts on “Sugar Free Rhubarb and Ginger Fool Recipe”

  • Kathryn

    I have only recently begun to enjoy ginger, now I have it most days and always feel better for it. I like the Ginger Fool recipe, I love all of these ingredients and it looks very decadent.

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  • emma o'halloran
    emma o'halloran November 8, 2015 at 8:22 am

    I am interested in the sugar free rhubarb and ginger fool recipe as I grow rhubarb and love the taste of its tartness

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  • Rita Maguire

    I saw some fabulous rhubarb at a grower's market yesterday, it would have been perfect in this recipe. Ginger is another favourite and sooo good for you. Slightly tarty with a bite sounds good to me!

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  • Bee Bowdlert

    I loved making Rhubarb and Ginger Fool for my family years ago, sadly with diabetes raising it's ugly head, deserts like this one have been a no go. I'm looking forward to using Naturally Sweet Xylitol and re-discovering the joy of desserts like this one.

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  • Catherine Dengate
    Catherine Dengate November 15, 2015 at 12:51 am

    Brilliant recipe ! I am a ginger afficiando - especially as it soothes and settles my erratic digestion.... and I have plenty of rhubard in my garden. Until now having a diabetic boarder has limited my dessert making..... but this recipe provides a marvellous solution to my dilemma ! Thank you for providing it !

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