Low Fat Desserts Recipes (Most Popular)
This is a delicious, light, refreshing dessert. It's low cal and sugar and can be made with the lite pie filling in any flavor. Note that this needs to be made the night before to soften the graham crackers.
Like a ''No Pudge'' fudge brownie in 1 minute. Low-fat, low-cal, plus some fiber! Save this single-serving recipe for when you don't want a whole batch to tempt you!
The perfect fall dessert. I always have at least one person ask me for the recipe!
This comes out so moist, and you cut out most of the fat using applesauce.
A simple sweet treat that's sure to impress!
A fun pie for St Patricks day or ANY day!
This delicious pie makes it's own "crust" while baking. My mother-in-law gave me the recipe.
1/8 of pie = 2 WW points
1/8 of pie = 1/2 vegetable serving
The easiest brownies you'll ever make!
A banana bread that is low in fat, low in calories, but tastes great too!!
This is chocolate cake in a coffee cup...with a few changes to make it healthier.
At only 53 calories a piece, these soft cookies are sure to please!
Who says you can't have dessert on a diet? This is an excellent way to enjoy a low-fat, low-calorie dessert.
You'll never know these cookies are lower in fat! Customize your cookies by using any flavor of "chips" you prefer!
These cookies get a boost of nutrition from dried cherries, blueberries and cranberries.
I make this annually for Thanksgiving, and no one can believe it's not the original recipe for pumpkin pie.
Easy, cheap and so much better for you!
Fresh Fruit Dessert
This simple, rich recipe has only two ingredients!
1 Point. Indulge your sweet tooth by biting into crisp mini chocolate cookies packed with melted pockets of chocolate chips.
This low-fat version of banana bread gets dressed up with peanut butter and chocolate chips. Low-fat buttermilk is the secret ingredient!
Move over, gingerbread. There's a new favorite treat on the holiday cookie tray!
Baked into mini muffins, these sweet and nutty blondies are perfectly portioned. Brown butter adds a layer of richness.
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 recipe doesn't use flour OR oil (oats and applesauce instead)
All the flavor with none of the guilt! Top off your favorite cakes or brownies with this delicious low-fat, low-sugar frosting.