Low Calorie Desserts
On a diet? With these healthy, low-calorie dessert recipes, you can have your cake and eat it too. Our tempting yet healthy dessert ideas make smart use of low-calorie ingredients, so they satisfy your sweet tooth without adding on the calories.
If you like peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, then you'll love this sweet summer dessert. Feel free to swap in any nut butter variety or jelly flavor.
A roll of refrigerated sugar cookie dough grows into a garden of fanciful spring blossoms. Kids will have fun making these for May baskets.
Your kid can have a hand in making these gooey chocolate treats.
Dried apricots brighten this oatmeal cookie. Bake a batch for lunch box treats or after-school snacks.
A splash of bourbon in the brownie batter and frosting makes this nutty dessert extra spirited. These will be a hit after dinner tonight or at your next bake sale!
Soft and chewy cornmeal-apricot cookies get a dose of crunch from pine nuts sprinkled on top.
Chess pie, a classic Southern custard dessert, only gets sweeter with the addition of sliced fresh rhubarb. Don't forget to add a healthy scoop of ice cream or whipped cream on top!
These tasty cookies get their nutty flavor thanks to tahini, a Mediterranean sesame seed paste. The chocolate dough is then rolled in sesame seeds for extra crunch.
The longer this tiramisu chills, the more the coffee flavor infuses into the ladyfingers. Try this dessert recipe the next time you need a make-ahead option!
Shh...tofu's hiding in this chocolatey pumpkin cheesecake. No one will ever guess the surprising protein-rich thickener!
The only thing you have to bake in this springy dessert is the crust the rest of the lemon pie is ready after a trip to the freezer!
When a pie packs five cups of fruit, it's practically health food, right? The pretty lattice crust allows the berries to peek out.
Quinoa and oats make these chocolate chip cookies practically health food, right?
Not much says, "Celebrate!" more than a sprinkle-topped cupcake. This gluten-free recipe makes it possible for gluten-free dieters to partake in the tasty treats, too.
Espresso beans are folded into layers of pudding made with cocoa and instant espresso coffee powder for an energizing dessert.