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.
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.
Top each slice of this light-as-air Angel Food Cake with fresh or pureed berries and a dollop of whipped cream.
Mascarpone cheese is a rich, buttery cheese with double or triple the cream. Just a little goes a long way to boost the flavor of these elegant figs.
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.
A sprinkling of kosher salt sets off all of the sweet flavors stuffed inside this puff pastry dessert.
Cure a craving for chocolate in one bite! These coconut-coated Brownie Pops pack a ton of flavor in a small package.
A healthy dose of chopped walnuts and a perfect crispy-to-chewy ratio makes these America's Best Chocolate Chip Cookies.
For depth of flavor and a hint of saltiness, blend ground hazelnuts with graham crackers in your cheesecake or pie crust.
When a pie packs five cups of fruit, it's practically health food, right? The pretty lattice crust allows the berries to peek out.
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!
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.
Quinoa and oats make these chocolate chip cookies practically health food, right?