Enjoy these cheesecake bites without the added guilt. They’re small, satisfying, and low in fat.
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.
Nothing says home better than oatmeal cookies. This dough can be mixed in one bowl. You can add your favorite dried fruits or chopped nuts, or change the spice to ginger or cinnamon.
Why use a mix? These pancakes are protein-rich with a delicious moistness that goes way beyond what you’d get out of box.
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Try our lighter carrot cake, which the entire family will love. It has just the right texture, like a slightly sweetened, light corn bread. It’s great on its own or with a dollop of frozen whipped topping or nonfat ice cream.
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.
Looking for a healthier chocolate chip cookie? Our heart-healthy (and still delicious) version is made with avocado oil, walnuts and old-fashioned oats instead of the usual butter and eggs.
Here is a quick-to-prepare comfort food dessert that won’t bust your healthy eating habits.
Loaded with fiber and heart healthy polyphenols, homemade popcorn can be one of the healthiest snacks around — provided it’s not drowned in butter.
This delicious dessert is a classic, and easy to adjust to your taste with added nuts. A surpsrising ingredient? Greek plain yogurt, which helps the cookies stay moist.