If you are a health-watching person, if you are on a diet or just don’t want to gain weight, you probably skip any dessert. But I can assure you that a healthy dessert exists! Such food won’t make you feel guilty cause of not many calories, it may be gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free and so on – depends on the recipe you choose. Such desserts are super healthy and can be given to kids, too, so are you interested? I have a fine selection of DIY recipes for you!
This quick and easy gluten free apple cinnamon muffin recipe takes only 10 minutes of prep time. The fresh taste of apples combined with cinnamon makes these muffins moist and delicious. Enjoy these tasty apple cinnamon muffins for breakfast or an afternoon snack.
An easy, no-mixer-required recipe for bite-sized sugar cookies! Soft, buttery, and completely irresistible… Yet guilt-free with just 18 calories! If you are watching your weight, what can be more awesome?
Try to make these homemade chocolate peanut butter protein bars. No bake, gluten free and packed with protein, these make a great post-workout snack and they will easily become a favorite dessert of your kids!
Having a giant hunk of rich, moist chocolate chip cookie filled with an oozing molten chocolate lava center seems like some far-off indulgent fantasy dessert. But the fact that each one has only 2g net carbs and 123 calories makes this a dream come true.
These cookies are totally loaded with healthier ingredients that’ll fill you up without weighing you down, naturally sweetened with a mixture of dried fruit and honey, and boosted with superfoods like chia seeds, cocoa powder, cacao nibs, and coconut oil. Gluten and dairy-free!
The Almond Joy is one of the most iconic American candies but with only a few ingredients you can whip up your own Almond Joy Bars in no time. Needless to say it, these are way healthier than store bought. As in, gluten-free + grain-free + refined sugar-free + vegan healthier + paleo healthier.
This low carb strawberry pretzel-less dessert is the perfect party or picnic dish. Similar to the traditional salad but with out the pretzels and all the taste! Only 1.6g of net carbs per serving.
These caramel coconut bars are made with basically coconut flour, coconut oil, honey/maple syrup, and almond butter. They are full of chewy, crunchy textures and no cloyingly sweet bites. If you don’t have almond butter, peanut butter works too, but try and use a natural one to keep this free of refined sugar or excess fat.
These banana & peanut butter baked oatmeal cups are a healthy breakfast or an easy snack that are filled with natural protein to keep your tummy full! These little beauties are filled with natural protein from greek yogurt, nuts and peanut butter and fiber from the oats which will keep your tummy full and your tastebuds happy!
This lemon pound cake is moist, tender, and tastes like the real thing. What more could you ask for? For healthy properties, of course! It’s keto-friendly because of almond flour, erythritol and a whole lot of eggs, and the xanthan gum replaces baking powder so you can enjoy this pound cake as a gluten-free recipe.
This super easy, 4 ingredient paleo and vegan chocolate pudding is so rich, creamy, and chocolatey that you won’t believe it’s dairy free, healthy, and refined sugar free! Top with coconut whipped cream for a perfectly dreamy chocolate dessert.
Juicy blackberries create jammy pockets of sweetness while vegan white chocolate chips make these fluffy cake donuts an extra luscious healthy treat!