Breakfast: Three Easily Made Healthy And Delicious Alternatives To Jam And Nutella

Sonja Schnatzer, Waffles make my day! :D

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7 Videos (15m)
    • Introduction

    • Alternative Sweeteners And Ingredients

    • Raspberry Chia Jam

    • Chocolate Almond Cream

    • Turkish Hazelnut Cream

    • Class Project

    • Final Thoughts


About This Class

Industrial sweet bread spreads and jams contain a lot of sugar and some of them also a lot of fat. So you can imagine that they are not the perfect meal to start the day or have it in your or your kid's lunchbox.

However, it is very easy to make some healthier homemade alternatives that taste as delicious (or even better). That is, what you will learn in this course. 

I will give you an overview about healthier alternatives to sugar and industrial fat and teach you how to prepare three specific bread spreads.

The recipies included are: 

  • Turkish Hazelnut Spread (We got to know this when we spent some weeks in Istanbul and the whole family loves it!)
  • Chocolate-Almond-Cream
  • Rasberry Chia Jam 

The spreads are not only yummy on a bread, but you can also use them as a topping for yoghurts, muesli (cereals), overnight oats, pancakes, french toast or waffles. (And I could die for banana with Chocolate-Almond-Cream as a Snack. :D  )

After attending my class you will know more about sugar alternatives and the positive effects of the other ingredients in my recipes. You will know about possible variations and uses and hopefully have a healthier breakfast every day from now on. 


Oh, one more thing! 

For those who want to upgrade to premium membership, get 3 months of Skillshare Premium for only $0.99  Here is my link to use that offer.

For those of you do not have premium membership, here is a link for a free enrollment in this class ) There are 16 free places currently (until October 15th)

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I enjoyed this class, good information shared about blood glucose level. I’m looking forward to trying the alternative to jam real soon.
Franki B. Kidd





Sonja Schnatzer

Waffles make my day! :D

I am an online entrepreneur, passionate cook, hobby artist and mother of three kids

I love to teach and to develop recipes. I especially love to prepare gifts from the kitchen and sweet stuff. That's why I decided to sell my stuff on a Christmas market this year to see, how people react and to decide whether I want to build upon it. 


I have a lot of passions, but there is one passion I have never stopped since it developed, when I was 7 or 8 years old: cooking and baking. 

I still remember as if it was yesterday, the baking book I found in the school library, which started my passion. I still have at least one recipe from this book. I even know it by heart. 

Later I went to a highschool which among other things focused on cooking and nutrition. I have tons of cook books and a lot of books about nutrition and diet. I've tried a lot of different forms of nutrition, but I didn't stick to one and against better knowledge, I tend to eat too much and too sweet. (Just that you know, why I teach classes about healthy food, altough I am overweight. :D )

Up to now published two classes on Skillshare:
Three Healthy And Easily Made Alternatives To Jam And Nutella. and "Sugarfree Apple Hazelnut Waffles (can be pancakes as well)":

If you don't have a premium membership, here are links for free enrollment in my classes: and

For more current information on my activities and what I'm up to follow me on Instagram: .

One of my other passions is learning new skills. So since the day Nathalie from Pimp your Visuals brought me to skillshare, I haven't spent a day without watching classes and working on projects. For example I found out that painting with watercolor is real fun and I worked on my brushlettering and sketching skills. 

In my primary business I organize Online Mastermind Groups for women who want to realize their dreams. (similar to the concept of Barbara Sher)

The webpage is:

That's it. If you want to know anything, just ask!