Snacks Dessert Recipes (Most Popular)
Not too sweet but not too healthy, these delightful muffins are equally delicious for breakfast or dessert.
Reduced fat and sugar free dip for all sorts of fruit.
I altered my favorite chocolate muffins to be practically fat free and low calorie. Moist and chocolatey! Only 109 cals and 2.5 g of fat for a large muffin, or per slice (12 a loaf)
These completely sugar-free treats with satisfy your sweet tooth without guilt! Peanut-free, gluten-free, sugar-free--and totally delicious. Just 75 calories each!
This dip tastes decadent but is very healthy. Great Valentine to share with someone you love!
Celebrate Fall with this delicious, light recipe.
This is light and made with Cool Whip - best served with graham cracker sticks
Healthier twist on rice krispie treats
I needed a fast and easy after school cookie for the kids so experimented. Not only did the kids adore it, it has won an award and I am constantly asked for the recipe!
Use those extra-ripe bananas to make this hearty, mildly sweet quick bread.
Great way to get your peanut butter chocolate fix with a fairly low calorie count and couldn't be faster or easier to make. Great to have kids help.
Yes- that says "scrumptious" and "cottage cheese" together. A protein packed, super easy, yet savory snack that will leave you wanting more (at least that's what it did to me)! I'll admit, I was doubtful at first when I found it on 'The Cottage Cheese Page,' but TRY IT, it's well worth it!
The hardest part of this recipe is unwrapping the Rolos! The recipe is for one piece. Obviously you will make more than one. The question that begs to be asked is "Can you eat just one?"! So easy, and folks fall all over them.
I used to LOVE ice cream floats when i was little, and this one is awesome, but without most of the sugar and all of the fat!
A yummy treat - one 93 cal cookie is very satisfying when you crave something sweet and chocolaty!
Nutritious, kid-friendly and a healthy way to satisfy a chocolate craving. They can look pretty sophisticated when rolled in different toppings- powdered sugar, grated coconut, cocoa...
Nom nom nom. This recipe is delicious and amazingly healthy for how it tastes! Adapted from http://www.instructables.com/id/Mug_Browni
not so healthy
Flourless recipe to boost your Omega 3 and fruit consumption. Adapted from about.com/lowcarbdiets - Chelsea's Muffins. I added applesauce and egg whites to reduce the fat.
I know it sounds gross and to be honest I have yet to make it, but plan to this week. However, on recipezaar.com it is a high rated recipe by many people.
SO EASY TO MAKE AND OH SO GOOD!