With these healthy recipes, you can enjoy dessert and skip the guilt. Try a delicious berry cobbler, fruit tart, or any of our other dessert recipes for a sweet and healthy ending to any meal.
Whether you call it a crisp, crumble, brown betty, buckle, grunt, slump, pandowdy or cobbler, deep-dish fruit desserts can be enjoyed by everyone -- even family members who are watching their weight or cholesterol. This recipe for how to make peach cobbler is a heart-healthy alternative to the cobblers grandma used to make, but it stays true to the freshness and taste you expect from a homemade fruit dessert. Made with "good" fat in the form of canola oil, skim-milk and less than a cup of sugar, this dessert will please the whole family, and no one will know it's actually good for them.
Boxed chocolate cake hits this fast forward button on this dinner party-worthy berry and cream parfait.
Galletas Dulces, or "sweet cookies," are way more exciting than basic sugar or peanut butter cookies.
Choose a mix of peaches, plums and nectarines for a colorful cobbler.
A sprinkling of kosher salt sets off all of the sweet flavors stuffed inside this puff pastry dessert.
Soft and chewy cornmeal-apricot cookies get a dose of crunch from pine nuts sprinkled on top.
No one will guess you started with multigrain bread when you serve them a bowl of this coffee- and chocolate-flavored dessert.
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!
Indulge in this healthy version of a springtime classic. We've cut more than half the calories and fat from this traditional fruity favorite.
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!
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.
Roasting the plums concentrates their flavor and allows the spices to penetrate the fruit. If you prefer, omit the sour cream topper and serve with vanilla frozen yogurt.
The chocolate crumb crust for this white chocolate and rasperry pie couldn't be easier to make.
Quinoa, oats and walnuts combine with brown sugar and cinnamon to form the streusel topping on this tasty pear dessert. Watching your sodium? Omit the blue cheese.