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21 Delicious Desserts Made Healthier from Around the Web. chevron_left PREV: Why Your Grocery Bill is Going chevron_right NEXT Click over to Greatist for the full list of 21 Delicious Desserts Made Healthier from Around the Web! Tags Desserts Eat recipes. About the Author. Velvety vanilla pudding and sliced bananas in a lightened-up graham cracker crust make for a special dessert with only 215 calories per serving. Get the Recipe: Banana Cream Pie Chocolate Fondue.

Packed with healthy ingredients like avocados, quinoa, and even spinach, these treats will hit that sweet spot and do your body good. Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times. Easy Chocolate Macaroons (Paleo, Dairy Free, Gluten Free) from Confessions of a Fit Foodie are definitely making an appearance on my cookie tray this year. They only have 8 ingredients!

Fudge Dipped Almond Cookies (Vegan, Gluten Free, Paleo) from Fooduzzi not only taste delicious, but are so pretty! Healthy Gluten Free Gingersnaps (Gluten Free) – Another holiday staple made healthier!Delicious desserts from around the world 4/15/2016. SHARE.

Fauci says. Grocers urgently need to fix broken online business model, as pandemic shifts more to web, report says 21/25 SLIDES. Not only do the following desserts prove that sugar free can be just as sweet, but they’re also super easy to make. Have kids?

These healthy dessert ideas will also satisfy even your pickiest eaters. Cook up a batch of Whole30-approved brownies or get them to eat fruit with homemade strawberry ice cream that will have them asking for more. My own creation! This recipe is good for diabetics, but can easily be made as a non-diabetic dessert by using real sugar instead of a sugar substitute. This dessert is not super sweet, allowing the natural sweetness of the fruit to come through.

If you like sweeter desserts, double the amount of the sugar substitute or sugar. Make Crusts Without Butter. Graham cracker crusts are a popular choice for cheesecakes and other desserts.

You can make the crusts healthier by eliminating the butter. Instead, crush the graham crackers in a blender with a small amount of milk to make them sticky. Dairy-free milk may also work. From brownies to cookies to cakes, these healthier desserts will get you through any sugar cravings. For more diet-approved low-calorie sweets, check out our best healthy cookies. View Gallery 51.

What makes a dessert healthy? Can I have dessert when I’m trying to eat healthy? How can I make my favorite dessert healthier?

These are common questions I hear voiced by my patients during 1:1 Nutrition Counseling on their quest to look and feel better about their bodies and their health. The fact is, there are indeed some simple swaps we can make to desserts to improve their nutrient.

List of related literature:

The desserts listed in this section all have wholesome ingredients—unrefined grains, vegetables, legumes, nuts, seeds, fruit, herb seasoning, and quality sweeteners.

“Healing with Whole Foods: Asian Traditions and Modern Nutrition” by Paul Pitchford
from Healing with Whole Foods: Asian Traditions and Modern Nutrition
by Paul Pitchford
North Atlantic Books, 2002

Here’s a collection of scrumptious desserts that goes beyond cakes, pies, and frozen sweets: ethereal soufflés, melt-in-yourmouth meringues, creamy custards, phyllo pastries, choux and puff pastry desserts, an array of puddings, and other earthly delights.

“The Good Housekeeping Cookbook” by Susan Westmoreland
from The Good Housekeeping Cookbook
by Susan Westmoreland
Hearst Books, 2004

But most desserts are high in sugar, which makes them tough on insulin and many hormones.

“The Perfect 10 Diet: 10 Key Hormones That Hold the Secret to Losing Weight and Feeling Great-Fast!” by Michael Aziz
from The Perfect 10 Diet: 10 Key Hormones That Hold the Secret to Losing Weight and Feeling Great-Fast!
by Michael Aziz
Sourcebooks, 2011

I have made most of these dessert recipes low in fat so that you can enjoy large portions without

“The Fully Raw Diet: 21 Days to Better Health, with Meal and Exercise Plans, Tips, and 75 Recipes” by Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram
from The Fully Raw Diet: 21 Days to Better Health, with Meal and Exercise Plans, Tips, and 75 Recipes
by Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram
HMH Books, 2016

I love all desserts, especially when properly prepared with the best ingredients, no matter how many calories they have.

“Secrets of Colombian Cooking” by Patricia McCausland-Gallo
from Secrets of Colombian Cooking
by Patricia McCausland-Gallo
Hippocrene Books, 2004

This easy to prepare summer dessert is completely sugar, grain, dairy, and gluten free.

“The Dubrow Diet: Interval Eating to Lose Weight and Feel Ageless” by Heather Dubrow, Terry Dubrow, MD, FACS
from The Dubrow Diet: Interval Eating to Lose Weight and Feel Ageless
by Heather Dubrow, Terry Dubrow, MD, FACS
Bird Street Books, 2018

“Desserts” showcases tempting recipes for “Elegant Cake Desserts” and “Spectacular Cake Desserts” among the tortes, soufflés, pudding, ice cream, and fruit desserts.

“Finding Betty Crocker: The Secret Life of America's First Lady of Food” by Susan Marks
from Finding Betty Crocker: The Secret Life of America’s First Lady of Food
by Susan Marks
Simon & Schuster, 2010

The following tips will help you make the most of your desserts:

“The Restaurant Manager's Handbook: How to Set Up, Operate, and Manage a Financially Successful Food Service Operation” by Douglas Robert Brown
from The Restaurant Manager’s Handbook: How to Set Up, Operate, and Manage a Financially Successful Food Service Operation
by Douglas Robert Brown
Atlantic Pub., 2007

Not only are these desserts packed with nutrition, they also taste like typical desserts.

“The Earth Diet: Your Complete Guide to Living Using Earth's Natural Ingredients” by Liana Werner-Gray
from The Earth Diet: Your Complete Guide to Living Using Earth’s Natural Ingredients
by Liana Werner-Gray
Hay House, 2014

There are lots of healthy recipes for ‘treats’ on my blog, and they are healthier versions of desserts and sweet treats – made without butter, sugar, margarine or other processed foods.

“The Goddess Revolution: Food and Body Freedom for Life” by Melissa Wells
from The Goddess Revolution: Food and Body Freedom for Life
by Melissa Wells
Hay House, 2016

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  • Personally, I’d go with #2. It’s a nice, simple finger food.
    I think it’s possible to over present and end up with a dish where you have to wonder if you should eat it, or frame it.

  • I don’t think I’ve watched a video by you that I didn’t LOVE and to get this information from you about the ingredients it’s just great and so useful it’s like all in 1!
    Thank you so much!
    Much <3

  • All your recipes look and sound amazing I’m sure they taste the same, but a video suggestion is can you make recipes of things that some will already have in their home since some people can’t go out because of quarantine!

  • Two the second one: use a spoon you beast! I thought ok maybe its like a peanut Butter version of chocolate dipped bananas, i was open minded. But no. The mess was 100% avoidable and I’ve missed this entire video now because this bothered me so much.

  • I would honestly prefer to eat the ready-made cheesecake, and there is no way in hell I will pay more than I have to for something especially not 3 times more(that’s just ridiculous). Guess that’s the broke university student in me.

  • Yum! These look delicious!����

    Adimittedly, I am not a huge dessert maker to this point, so I will look into the giving some of these a shot!

  • I make the brownie bites very often but I dip them using your paleo chocolate recipe but ad maple syrup to sweeten. I even make them with dates as a base as well.

  • Thanks! I know I’m not early but I had a piano lesson and keepupwithliv if you see this you can call me grace I’m not saying that’s my name but you can call me that bc I trust you ��

  • Love how your channel is growing. So proud and also 3 years already.. wow girl! ��❤️
    I am so happy, this dec will be 3 years ����
    I recall your consistency stuck in some subscribers and boom, it hit high. Love you

  • hey I am definitely one of your lovelys! I’m realy loving these healthier alternatives! I am living the keto lifestyle but I always love something like this every once in awhile!

  • Wow absolutely amazing! I’m making some now. Thank you for the tasty recipes. Please make more healthy recipes for sweet and salty. Like junk food but a healthier version.

  • To all the people who read this you are beautiful and dont let anyone get you down❤️ my dream is 50k i hope i will get 50k subscribers one day��❤️

  • At 7:31 Ann Reardon says bake that too but I dont know where to bake it she always tells me to bake everything in the oven AM I SUPPOSED TO BAKE IT IN THE MICROWAVE AAAAAAHHHH IM FREAKING OUT HELP!!!?

  • the little individual tarts are definitely the ones im most likely to do at home, but i am so in love with the little glasses, they’re so fun and whimsical they just make me so happy

  • Enjoy these no bake healthy desserts! And don’t forget to download my FREE Healthy dessert EBOOK: bit.ly/healthydessertebook I appreciate you watching <3

  • These are definitely art and a show off great plating skill, but I kind of hate gourmet plating when it comes to actually eating the food
    Like the mini garden, I feel like it would be hard to get consistent spoonfuls with strawberry filling and it seems like it would be hard to get all of it out of the cup, and don’t get me started on the Artistic Smear

    But then again with something like this it might be the best way to raise the experience from “I’m eating a sweet thing, it’s alright” to “I’m eating a fun dessert, what a treat!”
    So, fancy plating isn’t a bad thing (I definitely need to work on my plating skills) it’s just hard to get past how much it seems to affect the practicality of a dish

  • I love how 1 looks. Next would be 3.
    I have to say I wish i had the gift of art. To see the simple store bought one and then make it into the one in the glass….my brain doesn’t operate like that and boy do i wish it did.

  • I’m torn between #1and #2… I dont like the modern one at all…but alas I’m not modern….lol…lol tkx ann this was lovely!!!!��������

  • hi Sara! what can I substitute the almond flour with in the apple crumble recipe? thank you for always sharing such amazing recipes!

  • Great recipes �� i want to try the last one for now �� can i replace almond butter with hazelnut butter because that’s what i have right now and thank your for these recipes ��❤❤��

  • I love your videos! Are you considering doing any deserts or decorations for Halloween? I would love to see your take on spooky sweets ��

  • Just about to turn in for the night when YouTube brings this video up, and now I can kiss sleep farewell as I ponder what exactly is “crispy sauce”, and how to get my hands on some.

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  • Hello! Yummy recipe!) Thanks for sharing! I am your subscriber! I would be glad if you subscribe to my channel 😉 I wish you success in all your endeavors with all my heart!)

  • Ann, you are my favourite channel on YT by far. Your videos are unique, well made and generally wholesome. I find them so relaxing. I’m normally quite a poor baker but you’ve inspired me to try things more, especially with improving appearance.

  • Coconut oil is one of the most concentrated sources of saturated fat. Coconut sugar has a negligible amount of nutrition compared to regular sugar. I would not consider any of these healthy, but they are only slightly better than other choices.

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    Who thinks I should do a better one??

  • My mouth is watering now, Olivia. Thanks for sharing such delicious recipes! Any sweet Keto recipes would be of huge interest to me since I’m cutting Carbs right down.

  • Remember to bring our traveling channel to the forefront and don’t forget to like, comment and subscribe to us. If you like the video, please share it.

  • To everyone that is reading this:

    You’re very intelligent and can accomplish anything! Stay healthy during quarantine��

    My dream is to hit 1k and I’m struggling to get there

  • I really like ur videos bt in ur recipes u use peanut butter bt i dont like peanut butter much so wht healthy substitute we can use instead of peanut butter

  • I just tried making the chewy choc chip cookies and they are incredible!! I will be sending the recipe to all my friends and family that enjoy baking. Thank you so much!! ��

  • Can you taste the coconut oil in the cookies? I absolutely hate the taste of coconut, which makes eating gluten and dairy free very difficult, as so many things use coconut as a replacement.

  • I can’t keep up with all your amazing recipes. Let’s say there’s so much i don’ t know which ones to make ��. But i tried the stuffed dates with chocolate. D e l i c i o u s.

  • The only recipe I can make with the ingredients I have is the rice crispy treats, so that’s definitely going to be the first one I’ll make! ❤️

  • wondering if I could use sweet potatoes instead of the apples I live far out and don’t have apples right now lol But they all look so good honestly

  • 디저트가 이렇게 이뻐도 되나요 설명고 상세히 잘 해주시니 만들기고 쉬울것 같습니다♡♡♡ Love love the whole presentation and step by step ^^ I can’t wait to see more of your cooking video♡♡♡

  • Rice in any form (white, brown, wild) is naturally gluten free. I feel like you’re misleading people implying that only brown rice is gluten free.

  • Can you replace the coconut sugar with something else. I find this sugar leaves me an after taste. I am very fragile with substitute sugars. What works the best for me is honey or m syrup.

  • For the cookies: can I substitute the gluten-free flours with the same amount of whole wheat flour?
    P.s. Loved the video as always, everything looks so delicious!

  • Eating right now these bars with my coffee these are delicious people don’t pass these!!!! I will add a bit more peanut butter next time cause they were a bit crumbly

  • Just tried your Maple Apple Crisp with some greek vanilla yogourt, hmm delicious. Easy to do and I never tought of replacing regular flour by almond flour. Now I can make this for my vegan gluten friend.

  • Thanks for this video. It also shows how investing a little bit more time on plating when making desserts from scratch at home can go a long way!

  • It’s the middle of the night, but I just made myself some chia pudding to enjoy tomorrow:D And the apple dish will be the perfect way to start the weekend. Dessert for breakfast? Hell yeah!

  • These recipes look really good especially the chocolate chip cookies. I think i would put a few nuts in my chocolate chip cookies that’d be even better.!! Yummy.!!

  • Non baked desserts are TOTALLY up my alley! Idk about you but in the summer, I try to avoid the oven cos it gets SO HOT IN THE APARTMENT

  • Thank you for such amazing recipies would love to try them but since im intolerant to almonds what other substitute can i use for the almond powder?

  • Thank you for sharing gluten and dairy free desserts and maybe dinner ideas as i had to transfer my diet to this type of diet:/ gluten and dairy free diet.

  • A little trick for covering chocolate on your baked goods:
    just sprinkle chocolate on the still-hot base and wait just like 5 minutes (or till the chocolate are melted) then smooth it out.

    this way you can skip the melting step

    Love all of your recipe!:)

  • M’lady,dis is the greatest country in the nation-murica!And here we eat mcdonalds with guns for breakfast bcoz it sounds like our favourite president of the continent-Tramp

  • Remember that professionals always include the size of the pan to be used because just saying “Line a Baking Dish” is not good enough, there are many, many sizes!!!:(

  • Alyssa, I am so excited to make the chocolate chip cookies! They are my favorite cookie of all time, and I have several recipes that are my old standbys, but I want to try yours. Maybe they will become my favorite ��

  • It is HOT right now here in Oregon, so Iam so thankful for these no bake yummies. Thank you so much Liv!! Sending Anguiano love ♥️ always��

  • They all look delicious i think the last one would be my favourite, ive tried to do energy balls and they went wrong haha I’l have to follow your recipe. thanks for sharing your ideas, no bake ones are so much easier

  • I’m not a big fan of chia pudding, but yours looks amazing and I would totally eat it. I love how you made layers with coconut and chocolate.

  • Wow! I really like chia seeds one! specially because on the package of the chia seeds it tells you that it’s better for your health to eat only one teaspoon of that. DON’T EAT THIS.

  • I need to make those brownie bites for my night time chocolate craving! I like the nice cream idea too, especially for my toddler.

  • i am sure i am not the only one

    but can you please give us measurements?\

    p.s the sprite and gummy Popsicle work but the gummy bears get shewy

  • ‘Almond milk’ already processed isn’t the best and healthiest way to drink non dairy milk. Brand names like this are always processed and chemically modified. Making almond milk from scratch is better. And if not finding true coconut milk is a plus

  • Am i the only one realised that she forgot about only using strawberries and cream in the third one for the 3 one. But love your videos though

  • Very cool video, because all the recipes are vegan, instead of two 😉
    This recipes are looking so beautiful, they are healthy, nutritious and I´m sure, very delicious!!!

    I’m looking forward to more videos of this kind.
    Keep up the good work and greetings from Germany:D