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This recipe creates its own thin crust and can easily be made vegan.
This recipe is a lighter twist on a fall favorite.
Quick and simple recipe. Use very ripe bananas for best results. If bananas are frozen, thaw in a separate bowl and drain liquid before adding.
Tastes like peach cobbler, without the crust.
This dessert takes minutes to prepare and provides many nutritional benefits. It's also a healthy alternative for chocolate cravings.
All the flavor with none of the guilt! Top off your favorite cakes or brownies with this delicious low-fat, low-sugar frosting.
Enjoy yummy carrot cake without the guilt.
A tasty alternative to pumpkin pie.
You'll never know these cookies are lower in fat! Customize your cookies by using any flavor of "chips" you prefer!
A gingerbread recipe with a healthy twist--the addition of the pumpkin helps to make this treat much more nutritious.
Light clouds of cookies in Christmas colors
I make this annually for Thanksgiving, and no one can believe it's not the original recipe for pumpkin pie.
Similar to a peach crisp dessert without the guilt.
Buck tradition this Thanksgiving and forgo standard pumpkin pie. Instead, whip up a smooth, spicy and low-calorie flan.
Move over, gingerbread. There's a new favorite treat on the holiday cookie tray!
I love to increase the nutrition of baked goods by adding whole grains. That's the secret to these pecan tarts.
In the fall nothing beats the smell of bread baking in the oven!
The most un-diet-like diet-friendly dessert ever!
Missing Apple Pie...try this and you won't
A great low-cal substitute for chocolate cake made with Diet Pepsi (or Diet Coke). Topped with Cool Whip and strawberries.
A great snack for on the person on the go!
This July 4th treat is fun, festive, and full of summer fruit.
When I want chocolate mousse, only the real deal will do. This version is low in fat, but it's still creamy and rich. The hardest part is waiting for it to cool!
This is light and made with Cool Whip - best served with graham cracker sticks