Just because you're trying to eat healthy doesn't mean you can't have dessert. Here, our picks for the best, healthiest dessert recipes.
Consider these clean eating recipes the unicorns of the dessert world: deceivingly decadent without the barrels of refined sugar and processed ingredients.
We all have cravings—the key is satisfying them smartly.
Whether you're new to a gluten-free lifestyle or a seasoned g-free pro, you know finding foods that work for you—especially baked goods—can be challenging.
Treating yourself to dessert (which you should totally do, by the way) doesn't need to mean adding a ton of empty calories to your diet.
You know that Nutella, peanut butter's chocolaty cousin, is amazing stirred into oatmeal, smeared on a graham cracker, or (yum!) simply served up on a spoon.
Sweet tooth got you hangry? Us, too.
Dessert: It's something we're always jonesing for, but almost always feel guilty about. Not anymore.
This might just be the sweetest news you receive all day: Desserts don't need to go extinct if you're following a paleo diet.
When Hershey’s announced the new Reese’s spread, we couldn’t help but dream of sweet, chocolaty recipes. Here are our favorites.
'Tis the season for sweet treats—which isn't a bad thing. Experts say that from-scratch desserts are better for your waistline than ho-hum packaged versions.
You shouldn't feel guilty about satisfying your sweet tooth, but that doesn't mean anything goes.
From main-dish meals to drool-worthy desserts, get cooking with these healthy, easy recipes using summer's sweetest fruit.
Treat yourself to these decadent desserts with the health benefits of cacao, without the heavy calories.
Decadent cupcakes, brownies, and cookies do have a place in a healthy diet. The secret: sneak tweaks that bring your baked goods out of guilt-inducing territory and into a whole new "light."
Decadent cakes, brownies, and cookies do have a place in a healthy diet. Try these recipes with tiny tweaks to make guilt-free baked goods.
Satisfy chocolate and comfort food cravings with this low-cal dessert.
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