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Gluten Free Devil's Food Cupcakes

These gluten free cupcakes taste sinfully delicious. They've been given a healthy makeover with algae oil, fat free Greek yogurt, and antioxidant rich cocoa powder.

Very Good (49 ratings)
Quick Lemon Mousse with Basil and Blueberries

This mousse takes only 15 minutes to prepare and can easily be made in advance. It's a perfect light dessert to top off a rich meal.

Very Good (61 ratings)
Peanut Butter-Banana Cream Pie

Peanut butter and bananas are a perennial favorite combination, so this pie is always a huge hit. Iíve made the filling extra creamy by blending whipped fat-free evaporated milk with peanut butter and reduced-fat cream cheese. This is much better than simply spreading peanut butter on a banana!

Very Good (48 ratings)
Sugar-Free Strawberry Shortcakes

Reduced-fat cream cheese replaces some of the butter used to make a traditional biscuit, leaving them with only half of the fat and calories. The topping is rich and creamy with less than half the fat of whipped cream!

Very Good (43 ratings)
Old-Fashioned Chocolate Fudge Cake

This cake is similar to one I made on Top Chef that was also featured in Food & Wine magazine. In this version, Iíve cut the fat without sacrificing flavor. The secret? Greek yogurt! This cake normally contains an entire cup of oil, which is about 1,800 calories, compared to only 120 calories in a cup of Greek yogurt!

Very Good (33 ratings)
Red Velvet Cupcakes

Red velvet cake has been around since the 1920ís. The traditional creamy white frosting is made with milk and flour, but I think cream cheese gives the best flavor and texture. Add grated raw beets to the cupcakes for natural red color and sweetness.

Gluten-Free Carrot Cupcakes

These cupcakes are bursting with all the flavor of carrot cake in a perfectly-portioned package.

Very Good (31 ratings)
Tres Leches Cake with Mango and Lime

This sweet and creamy "three milks" cake will bring a refreshing, tropical flair to any occasion.

Very Good (36 ratings)
Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake Cups

I love the sweet-salty combination of chocolate and peanut butter. These gluten-free individual cakes have a crisp top encasing a fudgy, brownie-like middle and a peanut butter-y center. They are simple to prepare, but look and taste like something you might find on a restaurant menu.

Very Good (43 ratings)
Strawberry-Watermelon Popsicles

At the peak of summer, when strawberries are fragrant and watermelon is sweet, these popsicles make a refreshing treat! They are simple to make and kids love them, too.

Very Good (38 ratings)
Fudge Popsicles

With just six ingredients, these rich pops are simple to make and fun to eat!

Very Good (30 ratings)
PiŮa Colada Popsicles

These popsicles taste just like a piŮa colada, but without the rum. Leave the mixture a little chunky to enjoy some texture in the pops.

Very Good (47 ratings)
Gluten-Free Chocolate Fudge Brownies

Get your fudgy brownie fix without the gluten!

Very Good (47 ratings)
Gluten-Free 'Almond Joy' Macaroons

This version of macaroon cookies is reminiscent of the popular Almond Joy candy bars. In this recipe, pineapple replaces some of the sugar for natural sweetness, and egg whites are used in place of condensed milk for a lighter and healthier macaroon.

Very Good (33 ratings)
15-Minute Gluten-Free Chocolate Souffle Cake

This cake is amazingly rich, chocolate-y, and gluten free! With a warm, oozy center, it is the ultimate comfort dessert. Even better, you can prepare it at a moment's notice--it will impress your guests every time.

Very Good (45 ratings)
Cinnamon Raisin Bread

This bread is always a hit and there are seldom any leftovers when I make it. The freshly baked bread also makes a great housewarming gift when offered warm and fragrant, right out of the oven. On the few occasions when I am lucky enough to have some cinnamon raisin bread left over, I like to use it for French toast or to whip up peanut butter and banana sandwiches.

Coconut-Chia Seed Granola

This granola makes a great bowl of cereal or yogurt topping. Gourmet granolas can be quite expensive, which is why I prefer to make my own. For the best results, choose old-fashioned (not quick) oats. Quick oats donít crisp as nicely and tend to have a more powdery texture.

Very Good (48 ratings)
Chocolate Sour Cherry Muffins

Who says chocolate can't be a healthy start to the day? The blend of cocoa powder and dark chocolate adds flavor without too much fat. As a bonus, these muffins always make me feel better about Monday mornings!

DIY Flax Seed Granola Bars

This recipe is simple to make, and a great way to make a healthy granola bar that isnít loaded with sugar. Kids and adults alike love these Omega-3 rich granola bars.

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