Making Healthy Desserts – review by The Star
Frederic Oger is a cheerful, bubbly man who smiles constantly and always has something sweet to say. Which is apt, considering he is a pastry chef.
Frederic owns and runs the Pastry Institute of St Honore in Taman Tun Dr Ismail in Kuala Lumpur. He has worked all over the world including Europe, the Maldives, the Middle East and his home country of France.
With The Star, Frederic spoke about the many ways to make desserts healthier. For example, sugar can be replaced with stevia (which is four times sweeter than sugar but has zero calories), dairy cream can be done away with in favour of non-dairy cream, flour can sometimes be omitted and fresh fruits should be incorporated wherever possible.
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