These treats are nutritious and naturally delicious! These date balls contain plenty of vitamins and minerals to support cell metabolism.
This dessert is as simple as it is tasty. By using non-fat cottage cheese you can keep it light without losing flavor.
This easy chocolate chia pudding from our dietitians is packed with flavor (there’s coconut and tart dried cherries too!) and nutrition.
Raspberry cheesecake that’s healthy? Try this recipe from our pediatric dietitians that tastes decadent but is actually low-fat.
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If you’re craving chocolate, that’s perfectly OK! Feel free to indulge with these homemade dark chocolate frozen banana bites. They’re sure to satisfy without blowing your diet.
Looking for a quick and easy summertime dessert? Try this grilled peaches recipe from our wellness team.
Cookies on-demand? Yes! Try these Double Chocolate Icebox Cookies from our wellness team when the urge for something sweet strikes.
Picked up a few extra cans of pumpkin at the grocery store? Try these Pumpkin Spice Cookies from our Functional Medicine Director Mark Hyman, MD. Using almond and oat flours, they’re slightly spiced and definitely nice.
This tasty dessert is a crowd-pleaser. Add cinnamon, vanilla, orange juice and coffee to bittersweet chocolate, and you’ve got a fabulous topping for bars made of almonds, raisins and brown rice cakes.
Surprise! Yes, avocado DOES belong in your dessert. It adds a depth of flavor and creaminess to our dietitian’s Avocado Brownie Bites.