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.
Your kid can have a hand in making these gooey chocolate treats.
A roll of refrigerated sugar cookie dough grows into a garden of fanciful spring blossoms. Kids will have fun making these for May baskets.
These dazzling bars are a takeoff of the popular pie recipe. This version uses a graham cracker crust and a filling that blends lime-flavored gelatin, cottage cheese, cream cheese, and whipped topping.
Boxed chocolate cake hits this fast forward button on this dinner party-worthy berry and cream parfait.
Choose a mix of peaches, plums and nectarines for a colorful cobbler.
Galletas Dulces, or "sweet cookies," are way more exciting than basic sugar or peanut butter cookies.
Refrigerated crescent rolls and a simple filling make these a fast dessert or appetizer.
A slow cooker infuses rich coffee and cocoa flavors into sliced pears. Top with toasted coconut and whipped cream, yogurt or ice cream for a super-satisfying desert.
A sprinkling of kosher salt sets off all of the sweet flavors stuffed inside this puff pastry dessert.
Chopped pecans and toffee bits add delightful crunch to creamy pudding pops. If you don't have plastic freezer-pop molds, use 5-ounce paper cups. Cover the filled cups with foil, make a small hole in the foil with a knife and insert a wooden craft stick.
Hang these sweet stocking sugar cookies on a mug of hot chocolate or a cool glass of milk.
Let your kids help form the dough balls and roll them in colored sugar for these festive Christmas cookies.
A bit of maple syrup gives these cookies a deeply sweet flavor. Oats and raisins add hearty texture and add nutritious value to boot.