Desserts don’t need to be full of sugar to still be sweet. This simple recipe packs plenty of summer flavors using in season fruits.
Yes, tofu for dessert! This chocolate espresso mousse is both a high-protein and low-calorie (but tasty!) option.
This souffle is perfect to share with someone after a meal. With only 130 calories per serving, it’s packed with strawberries for a perfect pairing.
Yes, you can enjoy some chocolate and not worry about your waistline. This brownie has cherries and dark chocolate to satisfy that sweet tooth of yours.
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Here’s how moderate amounts of red wine and chocolate can be part of a heart-healthy diet.
These fudgy black bean brownies are gluten-free and higher in protein than your average brownie. So you don’t have to feel guilty at all about whipping up a batch!
This chocolate bark recipe offers heart-healthy dark chocolate and toasted walnuts, pecans and almonds — and no added sugar. Each serving contains only 70 calories.
As if we all needed another reason to love chocolate: A recent study finds an association between consuming chocolate and having a significantly lower risk of being diagnosed with atrial fibrillation (AFib), a common heart condition that involves an irregular heartbeat.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our “Short Answer” series. Dietitian Kate Patton, MEd, RD, CSSD, LD, answers this one.
This raw form of dark chocolate packs an antioxidant punch — and is simple to incorporate into your diet.