Desserts Recipes (Most Popular)
This lightened up version of berry cobbler has just three ingredients.
I love to increase the nutrition of baked goods by adding whole grains. That's the secret to these pecan tarts.
This recipe creates its own thin crust and can easily be made vegan.
This recipe is a lighter twist on a fall favorite.
Baked into mini muffins, these sweet and nutty blondies are perfectly portioned. Brown butter adds a layer of richness.
Under 200 calories a serving!!
Call it a parfait, call it a sundae, call it anything you want. Just call on it at snack time.
A very moist and luscious cake.
A delicious no fat/low calorie treat
Turn this unhealthy breakfast treat into a filling breakfast hero with this recipe featuring almond flour, eggs and honey.
For all you people into RAW foods, this is a wonderful, easy, very tasty dessert or snack!
This strawberry rhubarb dessert screams of spring! Try it warm, topped with warm custard, whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.
The secret ingredient of this super healthy pie is avocado. Don't be afraid, it's delicious!
Creamy, dreamy and oh-so-good...for you. You'll never guess the secret ingredient in these delightful frozen treats.
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!
Forget canned cherries! Use fresh cherries in-season to make this delicious summer dessert.
Tastes like peach cobbler, without the crust.
This pie crust has a crunchy addition: pepitas, or shelled pumpkin seeds. They add a nice nutty flavor.
This dessert is to die for and can be made with so many different flavors. Try chocolate, vanilla, pistachio—the sky's the limit! Plus, it has 19 grams of protein in just one serving!
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.
Light clouds of cookies in Christmas colors
This recipe doesn't use flour OR oil (oats and applesauce instead)
Only 1 egg and very little margarine are used in this low-saturated-fat, low-cholesterol low-sodium bread.
This creme brulee recipe is full of flavor, not fat. The cranberry-orange combo is perfect balance of tart and sweet.
I love Starbucks' Mocha Frappuccino, but with 260 calories and 54 grams of carbs, it didn't fit into my new healthy lifestyle. So I transformed it into a delicious protein shake.
Great for a summer evening treat. Great with ice cream or frozen yogurt.