A range of cakes that not only are appealing and great for one’s health, they are also very delicious. These cakes have no sugar content and are low in carbohydrate.
Developed by famed patisserie and nutritionist, Hisae Sakamoto, Sinless desserts came about when she was inspired by her friend’s diabetic condition. Hisae san wanted to make her desserts accessible to people with dietary restrictions.
It took many tries and lessons from every attempt. She modified her recipes every step of the way until finally, SUCCESS! Hisae san achieved great tasting desserts that are also healthy for all.
Hailing from Kobe, Japan, Hisae Sakamoto is a licensed chef and nutritionist with over a decade of experience in the F&B industry in both Singapore and Japan. Having a great interest in pastry making, Hisae san pursued the perfection of her skills in that area as a pastry chef. In 2011, She branched out on her own and started Pas de Deux Kobe, specializing in French pastries.
In 2015, Hisae san decided to put her skills to the test and modify her recipes to cater to a different group of consumers. Developing deserts that are healthy and diabetic friendly. With many attempts and refinement, she has succeeded since with a range of cakes that not only are appealing and great for one’s health, they are also very delicious. Branded Sinless, these cakes have no sugar content and are low in carbohydrate.
Hisae san constantly shares her passion for cooking and baking with her community and industry professionals alike. Not only will you find her conducting classes for novice bakers, she is also frequently contributing back to her alma mater, Le Cordon Bleu, Kobe Japan and in other universities as well. Lecturing on the importance of carbohydrate and sugar substitution in pastries.
Hisae san has been featured in various media avenues. Recognized for her skills in pastry making and her recent success with Sinless desserts.
Have you thought of the effects of excess sugar on your body? Sugar is closely linked to why we gain weight.
When consumed, sugar enters the pancreas and insulin is made. Insulin is very important as it keeps our blood sugar in check. The excess sugar in our blood is then turned into fats and stored so that we avoid developing diabetes.