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D-Life Baking Mix

D-Mix is ​​a special baking mixture with reduced carbohydrate content (Vegan), – for the production of products with reduced carbohydrate content. E.g. for baking white bread and baked goods, but also for preparing batter, noodles, dumplings, pancakes and any other food for which traditional flour is used.

The raw material of the D-Mix baking mix is ​​dough with a composition that has not been used anywhere in the world so far, which contains only natural raw materials, and its carbohydrate content is 30% less compared to normal products of the same type.

D-Life products ensure prolonged slow absorption due to their galactomannan content (galactomannan is a natural fiber component found in the seeds of guar beans belonging to the buttercup family), so the so-called Thanks to the "Low and Slow" effect, we experience a feeling of fullness for a longer time when consuming them.

Products containing galactomannan have a pleasant taste, can be consumed at any time of the day (they do not have the character of sawdust), and their fiber content is higher than that of staple foods.


Oatmeal mainly appears in muesli mixes, although it is much healthier on its own, if only because it is one of the best cereals due to its incredibly versatile use and excellent nutritional content. Oats are a great source of protein, they also contain protein building materials, and when consumed with milk, you get all the essential amino acids. It also has a high vitamin and nutrient content, as it contains various B vitamins, vitamin E, essential fatty acids, calcium, magnesium, aluminum, zinc, phosphorus, potassium, and iron. It contains complex carbohydrates that dieters and diabetics can eat with peace of mind, and it also has an appropriate glycemic index, so it does not raise blood sugar levels.


Hungarian developed product. Its carbohydrate content is not only reduced by 63% compared to traditional milk chocolate, but also much lower compared to most reformed low-carb chocolates. Considering the health of the consumers, the sweetener content of D-chocolate does not even reach 1%, however, this is not noticeable in its taste. Thus, the effect on the teeth is also more favorable, and it does not cause a laxative effect like other chocolate-based products with sweeteners. The fat content of D-chocolate is provided exclusively by the natural fat content of cocoa butter and powder-based ingredients.


Mushroom dumplings with peppers and chocolate mousse


20 dkg brown chives

10 dkg shitake

20 dkg laska

1 onion

1 paprika

1 tomato

1 teaspoon paprika

2 cloves of garlic

salt, pepper, ground cumin, marjoram

sour cream

1 tbsp oatmeal

1 bunch of parsley


10 dkg D-mix baking mix

1 dl water

1 egg


3 L eggs

12 dkg D-chocolate

1.5 dl vegetable, unsweetened whipped cream

Cut the onion into small pieces and steam until glassy. Then add the chopped peppers and tomatoes. If it's brown, put a little water under it and cook it like this for a while, then add the red pepper, mix it quickly, pour a little water over it and add the sliced ​​mushrooms. Add salt, pepper and cook. When the mushrooms are already soft, mix the coconut cream with the oatmeal in a separate bowl, then dilute it a little with the juice of the stew, and in this way, stir the stew to equalize the heat.


The ingredients are mixed together, then cut into boiling water with a dumpling cutter. When cooked, filter and rinse.


Separate the eggs, beat the whites to a stiff foam, melt the D-chocolate over steam,beat the egg yolks until foamy and creamy. Pour the melted D-chocolate into the egg yolk. Heat the egg this way and mix it evenly. Stir in the whipped cream,and finally add the egg whites. Mix until creamy, let rest in a bowl for 2 hours, in the refrigerator, then serve as desired.