Here is a quick-to-prepare comfort food dessert that won’t bust your healthy eating habits.
Don’t do dairy? Here’s a recipe for mousse that uses tofu instead of milk or cream.
If you love the taste of pumpkin pie, but want to avoid the calories and fat, this dessert is for you.
This cheesecake is simple to make and is light and airy because of ingredients such as non-fat cottage cheese and light cream cheese. Topped with cherries, this dessert is definitely something to celebrate.
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Nothing beats the smell of bubbling fruits mixed with fragrant spices and fresh lemon juice wafting through your home!
This pudding is packed with health-promoting Chia seeds, almond milk, cinnamon, cocoa, coconut flakes and dried fruit. It’s the perfect chocolate treat.
They’re almost too good to be true: treats that are nutritious and naturally delicious!
This recipe demonstrates how simple ingredient substitutions can result in mouthwatering masterpieces that will fool your biggest healthy-dessert skeptics.
Studies demonstrate that including chocolate rich in flavanols like dark chocolate made with 70 percent cocoa can help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease risk.
These cookies are a better dessert choice for your heart, and you’ll love the taste. They’re flavored with chocolate, vanilla and dried cherries but only contain 4 grams of fat and 4 grams of sugar.