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3 Better-For-You Dessert Options

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Eat better by swapping your dessert for these healthier treats

What’s your favorite healthy dessert recipe?

This delicious frozen dessert only requires one ingredient: bananas. Then, take the bananas out of the freezer, place them into the bowl of your food processor, and blend. In just a few minutes you’ll have delicious and creamy banana “ice cream.”

Dark chocolate is a great source of antioxidants and has less sugar and fat than white or milk chocolate. Pairing dark chocolate with fruit will give it the extra sweetness you love. Melt the chocolate in the microwave or over a double-boiler and then pour it onto a cool bowl. Then, dunk a few pieces of fresh fruit (moderation is key!) for a delicious and healthy dessert.

Healthier Oatmeal Cookies

Oats are great source of fiber and with a few simple tweaks, oatmeal cookies can be a healthy and delicious treat. Look for a recipe that calls for applesauce; it usually replaces a portion of the fat and sugar in the more traditional version of the recipe. And, to make your cookies extra healthy, swap whole-wheat flour for all-purpose. Click here our applesauce oatmeal cookie recipe.

Kristie Collado is The Daily Meal’s Cook Editor. Follow her on Twitter @KColladoCook.

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It's safe to say dessert might just be the most important part of any meal, right? OK, so that's a bit of a stretch, but there really is nothing better than indulging in something sweet after a savory, satisfying dinner. But the thing with desserts is that they are sweets, so yes, they are often high in sugar and calories, and aren't necessarily the best for keeping on track with your weight-loss goals, especially if you order one while dining out at a restaurant. But that's where our homemade healthy dessert recipes come in.

Whip up any of these, and you'll see it's possible to still make your sweet tooth happy without having it harm your waistline. And just because these healthy dessert recipes are good for you doesn't mean we sacrificed on taste. You won't be able to tell that these cookies, brownies, pies, and cheesecakes are healthier variations of your favorite classic treats. Did we mention they're super easy to make, too?

Check out our list of homemade, healthy dessert recipes. Just a warning: you're going to want to get in the kitchen and start baking right away, so don't say we didn't warn you!

"The almond topping was a nice touch. I enjoyed several cookies without blowing my point allowance for the day."

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60 Sneakily Healthy Desserts That Help You Lose Weight

Can't get your little ones to eat their veggies? Sneak the greens into their dessert &mdash they won't even notice.

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For a refreshing after-dinner treat, this sorbet is light on the palette and the stomach.

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By using low-fat everything you'll cut the fat and calories from this delicious pie. That means you can eat more than one slice, right?

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This delicious dessert is made with graham crackers and Greek yogurt &mdash which means you really can have your cake and eat it, too!

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Once you taste these pucker-worthy grapes, you'll say goodbye to Sour Patch Kids for good.

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Peanut butter is the ultimate healthy comfort food, and bananas are loaded with potassium. But put that healthy combo on graham crackers, and boom &mdash you have this dessert.

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It's like a pie &mdash only, without the guilt and the calories.

Get the recipe at SkinnyMs.

Spoiler alert: There's no ice cream here. Bananas give this dessert its creamy, sweet taste.

Get the recipe at The Baker Mama.

OK, OK, maybe they're not "cookies" in the traditional sense, but it's modern times! These desserts are still sweet and easy to snack on. and, oh yeah, mega healthy.

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The only ingredients here? Dates, cherries, and almonds. Delicious, healthy, and super, super easy to make for anyone with an aversion to making desserts with lots of ingredients.

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Low-carb brownies!? Yes, you read that correctly. And who knew it was so easy to sneak veggies into desserts?

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How can something this delicious be low-carb? Sorcery? Actually, it's almond flour and Truvia. but sorcery does sound better.

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No offense to Twix or anything, but these happen to be vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, and free of any refined sugar. and they're still delicious.

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Coconut oil, freeze dried raspberries, and honey &mdash that's it! Downing a superfood like coconut oil has never been so easy.

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It's not just FroYo &mdash it's frozen Greek yogurt, so you're getting something extra healthy.

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This dessert is sweet relief for those who can't eat dairy &mdash or anyone who's watching her waistline. Bananas and Almond Breeze almond milk cashew milk blend give this dessert its cream taste.

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Did you know that nachos can be healthy? They can, if they're apples doused in peanut butter with a touch of chocolate.

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Frozen bananas + matcha = something super satisfying and delicious.

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You'll want these muffins for breakfast. and dessert. and a snack. and.

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Best part about this dessert: you can actually eat it for breakfast.

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When you're hankering for a bowl of ice cream, rest easy knowing this low-fat sorbet is nothing more than whipped up coconut milk topped with good-for-you almonds and mini chocolate chips. And it's delicious.

"The end result of this dump cake recipe has a nice fluffy texture with great taste that isn't too sweet."

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40+ Healthy Dessert Recipes That Everyone Can Enjoy

These desserts are all low in sugar &mdash plus we've got some gluten-free, vegan-friendly and keto options, too.

We'll start by saying that "healthy" and "dessert" can absolutely be uttered in the same sentence, because there isn't a written rule that dessert can't be part of a balanced diet. The lightest desserts pare down on added sugar and dairy, and still taste downright delightful. No matter the reason you might be looking to cut back on sugar or carbs, you'll feel great treating yourself to these yummy desserts, many of which feature healthy fruits and veggies that can be naturally sweet all on their own.

Our favorite desserts taste decadent but are not loaded with excess sugar. For example, you can enjoy a frozen treat by using fun popsicle molds &mdash it's a great way to create fun desserts for the whole family but you can also simply grab a bowl and use your freezer to make DIY ice cream on the fly. How do you sneak veggies into dessert, you might wonder? In pies and cakes, of course, as fresh produce like beets can help add a nutritious punch to any batter.

Follow up your healthy weeknight dinner with one of these nourishing dessert recipes. Some of these dessert ideas are vegan-approved, nearly all are low in sugar (maybe even sugar free!), and a few are designed to fit into trendy diet plans like Whole30, paleo and the keto diet, if that's your thing.

Miso and 100% whole wheat flour add salty-nutty complexity to this super tender crumb cake.

Wheat germ, the nutrient-rich heart of wheat kernels, gives these cookies their hearty, nutty crunch while also keeping them tender and crumbly. You can often find wheat germ in the bulk bin aisle of the grocery store, but toasted rolled oats or ground flax can be used in its place for a similar texture. These cookies are ideal for making in advance, as their flavor and texture improve after a few days. The butter and milk can be substituted with plant-based alternatives without sacrifice, so make them vegan if you want.

36 Fruity and Floral Cakes Made For Spring Party Season

Spring party season is the perfect excuse to whip up one&mdashor more&mdashof these sweet treats. Whether you&rsquore planning a baby shower, celebrating Mother&rsquos Day, or simply toasting to the season, these versatile spring cakes make the most of all your favorite seasonal flavors. From strawberries to blueberries, from bright citrus to perfume-packed florals, these stunning bakes are sure to impress any spring party crowd.

For a truly Southern take on spring, enjoy a recipe inspired by our favorite warm-weather beverages, like Sweet Tea Bundt Cake or Strawberry-Lemonade Cake. Few aromas say spring quite like coconut, and you can find it here too, in a recipe that infuses coconut in a classic Southern pound cake or a Coconut-Carrot Cake meant for a crowd. If you prefer a bite-size spring cake, bake the Heavenly Angel Food Cake, or slice into the Lemon-Yogurt Crumb Cake. Spring is the season when flowers bud, and these cake recipes capture the sweetness of the new season.

58 Simple + Sweet Wedding Cakes and Desserts You Can Make Yourself

Forget the fancy five-tiered affair. What's hot for weddings right now? Homemade cakes and small cake alternatives like cake pops, donuts, cinnamon rolls and more.

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Tiffany-Blue Macarons With Orange Blossom Buttercream

Macarons are perfect for dressing up a dessert table, or for packaging in little boxes as wedding favors.

Monogram Cream Tart Cake

Monograms are highly favored on all kinds of wedding day details and decor, but there&rsquos none sweeter than a monogram cake! This modern version is made with layers of sponge cake and buttercream frosting decorated with edible flowers and sugar pearls. It&rsquos a lovely focal point for wedding receptions, and it&rsquos a great way to celebrate your newly-shared last name!

Banana Pudding Parfaits

Combine layers of vanilla pudding, banana slices and wafers to create this miniature version of a Southern staple.

Pink Champagne Truffles

Make your wedding toast even sweeter with pink champagne truffles. Display them in gold foil candy wrappers for extra eye appeal.

Make-Ahead S'mores

For this sweet DIY, all you'll need to do is hold skewered marshmallows over a flame and then dip them into melted chocolate. Sprinkle graham cracker crust on top as a final touch. This bite-size snack will keep guests cozy and warm without a campfire.

Champagne Chantilly Shooters

These creamy custards can be made with your favorite brand of bubbly. Cheers to the happy couple!

Sprinkled Strawberry Whoopie Pies

These pink pies are full of strawberry flavor. Tip: use gold or silver sanding sugar in place of the multicolored nonpareils for a fancier presentation.

Blackberry Wine Hand Pies

Portable hand pies are the ideal sweet treat for enjoying a dessert while mixing and mingling. This recipe makes ten servings so there&rsquos plenty to go around. Serve with napkins &mdash no plates required.

Cheese Wheel Cake With Fruit

Don't love cake? A cheese wheel "cake" makes a visually spectacular, extremely tasty offering on an hors d'oeuvre or dessert table. Choose cheese wheels in graduated sizes and with assorted textures and flavors. Stack them high and richly garnish with fresh herbs and fruit for an elegant presentation ⁠&mdash no baking required.

Chocolate Stout Cake Pops

The surprise ingredient in these festive cake pops? Stout beer! And thanks to their bite-sized stature, you and your guests can enjoy as many of these tiny treats as you desire. Simply swap out the icing color to match your theme.

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake

If you don't want to stray too far from the traditional wedding cake, but still want to mix things up a touch, try this fluffy chocolate-peanut butter chip cookie cake. It's baked in a 10-inch pan and piled high with marshmallows, caramel and peanut butter cups. We recommend serving it warm with a scoop of ice cream.

Rosé Wine Toasting Cakes

Toasting cakes are beautiful bite-sized confections infused with your favorite sparkling wine or champagne. GET THE RECIPE

Mini Vanilla Bean Donuts

Despite their small stature, these mini donuts pack a big vanilla flavor. Stack them high on a cake stand, or display them individually in pretty cupcake papers.

Dipped Candy Apples

Having an autumn wedding? Set up a cozy coffee bar stocked with drawers of these mouthwatering candy-dipped apples.

Fancy Dipped Strawberries

These homemade dipped strawberries are simple to make and to embellish with your wedding colors or favorite sweet flavors. Learn how below!

Pecan Pralines

Homemade pecan pralines tucked into vintage teacups are an oh-so-chic way to add a little Southern flair to your wedding celebrations.

Spring Flower Lollipops

These dainty floral treats will wow guests at your spring garden wedding.

Coca-Cola Cupcakes

Serve your guests a nostalgic, salty-meets-sweet treat of Coca-Cola cupcakes topped with thick peanut butter icing for a sure crowd-pleaser.

Breakfast Bar Idea: Cinnamon Rolls

For those having a morning ceremony, cinnamon rolls offer a timely alternative to the traditional wedding cake. Stack three large pastries with icing to create tiers, or serve several in a large dish for guests to enjoy family-style. We especially love this heart-shaped take on the classic.

DIY Donut Board

This DIY donut board is an inexpensive but memorable way to offer treats at a bridal shower or wedding reception. It's especially cute and cozy when displayed with a coffee bar during cool, crisp autumn weather.

Neopolitan Bonbon Cupcakes

Fancy chocolates make a festive topping for these Neapolitan cupcakes. For an extra-special touch, use your and your sweetheart's favorite varieties to finish off these treats.

Go for Goal Groom's Cake

Be the hit of your next tailgate with a delightfully-unconventional cereal treat cake dripping in chocolate-dipped strawberry footballs. Simply make crispy rice treats following the directions on the box, in three different-sized square pans. When cool, stack on top of one another, using chocolate buttercream as "glue" between the layers. To make the football strawberries, dip berries in melted chocolate, freeze, then draw on the "laces" with piped white chocolate.

Piña Colada Tartlets

This easy recipe will transport party guests to a tropical state of mind, no matter the season. Use ready-made pastry shells to shortcut the prep time.

Enchanting Rose Garden Cupcakes

Now, wouldn't these be perfect for a garden wedding? Display them on a cake stand or display them on the dessert table with pretty paper doilies underneath.

Fluffy Homemade Waffles or Crepes

Waffles and crepes are another top choice for trendy brunch receptions. Fill mason jars with an assortment of fruit and syrup to give your guests plenty of topping options.

Champagne-Glazed Fruit Tarts

These bite-size nibbles are the perfect light ending to a heavy meal. Glaze the mini tarts with leftover Champagne or sparkling wine for a sweet finishing touch.

Rose Swirl Vanilla Bean Cookies

These vanilla bean sugar cookies would be a delicious addition to any dessert table. Adorned with swirls of pink cream cheese frosting, they'll easily complement the beautiful roses in your bridal bouquet.

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Mini Rum Bundt Cakes

Celebrate a winter wedding? A tasty aged-rum-and-butter glaze is brushed onto these fresh bundt cakes while a cinnamon hard sauce and cranberries top the festive treats.

Poured Fondant Honey Cupcakes With Chocolate "Wax" Seals

Your big day is all about the details, including dessert! Personalize your wedding even more with cupcakes that feature chocolate "wax" seals.

Raspberry Mousse-Filled Chocolate Cookie Shots

These chocolate cookie shot glasses make such a fun treat for kids and adults alike. You can fill them with candy, milk &mdash most anything &mdash but you can&rsquot go wrong with our raspberry mousse filling. Find the required cookie shot glass pan at kitchen supply stores or online.

Cheesecake Cones

Cheesecake cones will bring unexpected fun and flair to your formal affair. Tip: Use nonpareils in your wedding colors for a polished presentation.

Mini Floral Naked Cakes

Currently trending for this year's weddings? Naked cakes. Simple and sweet, these scrumptious desserts are as easy to make as they are pretty.

Dark Chocolate Stout Mini Pie

These delicious and adorable mini pies combine the flavors of stout beer and Irish cream liqueur for a taste your guests won't soon forget. The best part? You can bake them in a cupcake pan!

Boozy, Oven-Baked S'mores

These spiked s'mores are just the thing for cool-weather event,— with or without a campfire.

Jeweled Truffles

These homemade morsels are almost too pretty to eat (read: almost). The jeweled effect is achieved by rolling the truffles in glittering, pink sugar pearls.

Mexican Wedding Cookies

Delicate and decadent, these buttery cookies are a must-have for wedding menus this year. After all, they do have the word "wedding" in their name.

Edible Flowers

Bring your bouquet to the dessert table with our easy floral piping technique. Adding a decorative touch to your desserts is now as easy as having a piping bag and piping tip. Learn four, beginner-friendly techniques from the tutorial below.

Chocolate-Caramel Kettle Chips

The perfect combination of salty and sweet, these chocolate-caramel treats are truly irresistible.

Portable Banana Pudding Bags

Beloved by kids of all ages, these clever, portable banana puddings are ideal for your summer wedding. GET THE RECIPE

DIY Wedding Cake

While making your own wedding cake sounds like a daunting task, there's no need to stress. Even the simplest home-baked confection can look professional with these beautiful, edible blossoms.

Homemade Maple Nut Toffee Holiday Gift

Take the traditional taste of toffee up a notch with the addition of real maple syrup. Topped with a layer of semisweet chocolate, this toffee is so irresistible that you'll be tempted to keep it all for yourself.

Ideal for your holiday brunch, this cinnamon roll cake turns a favorite breakfast treat into a beautiful dessert. The yeast dough is covered with brown sugar and cinnamon, cut into strips, and spiraled in a cake pan. Once baked, it is topped with a cream cheese icing.

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