They may swoon over your soup, rave about your roasted chicken and get teary-eyed in praise of your homemade bread. But the showstopper for most meals is dessert. Here are five recipes for flavorful finales.
Fill with peaches, apples or pears (kids of all ages will love them)! Ingredients 4 (8-inch) whole wheat tortillas 2 medium peaches, pears or apples ¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon 2 tablespoon brown sugar (optional) 1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg 2 tablespoon milk Brown sugar (optional) Preparation Warm the tortillas in microwave or oven to make them … Read More
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.
Plain fruit not your idea of dessert? Try our Fruit Kabobs With Yogurt Honey Dip. And kids love them too!
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Make your own sorbet! It’s a perfect, refreshing ending to any meal. Unlike store-bought versions, this recipe has no added sugar. You can use this combination of fruit or experiment with other fruit combos – your flavor choices are limited only by your imagination and the fresh fruit currently available. Ingredients 1 ripe banana, sliced … Read More
These bite-size delectables offer the rich flavor of cream cheese and ricotta (both low-fat) along with the cinnamon and pumpkin flavors so welcome at this time of year. They are small, but satisfying.
This heavenly dessert is also surprisingly healthy thanks to fat-free half-and-half and dark cocoa powder — offering unexpected calcium and antioxidants. Ingredients Crust 10 whole chocolate graham crackers 2 tablespoons light butter, cold 1 tablespoon egg white, lightly beaten Filling 1/4 cup unsweetened Dutch-processed cocoa powder 1/4 cup cornstarch 2 1/2 cups fat-free half-and-half 3/4 cup … Read More
Contributors: Children’s Hospital pediatric dietitians To satisfy your family’s sweet tooth, try pouring this warm, delicious fruit topping over frozen yogurt. Raspberries, cranberries and cherries are high in fiber, and contain vitamin C plus powerful antioxidants that help prevent disease. Consider using Splenda® sugar blend (part sugar, part sucralose) to reduce calories further. Splenda in moderation is … Read More