Who doesn’t love a sweet little something to cap off a light dinner, or to keep them going during the afternoon slump? The trick to enjoy your sweets, of course, is to keep added sugar low and including the protein, fiber and heart-healthy fats that will keep you full and satisfied. This set of desserts is designed to taste luxurious while still adding to your overall nutrition for the day.
What's that, you say? A frosting that I won't feel guilty for eating by the spoonful? Yes and please.View recipe »
Pineapple? Check. Coconut? Check. Frosty goodness? Check. For older audiences, swap the vanilla for rum extract and you'll have an instant pool party hit.View recipe »
Our food editor offers the following review: OM NOM NOM NOM NOM. The only challenge with these noshables is to respect a reasonable serving size.View recipe »
Whole grains and fruit co-star in a pleasing number that will romance your tastebuds. If fresh cherries aren't available, frozen work well, which is a great time save too.View recipe »
This protein-packed spin on apple pie is sweetened only with dates to make sure your sugar comes loaded with nutrients your body actually needs.View recipe »
Show your lunchbox some lemony love with these cute-as-buttons little soft cookies. You'll savor the mid-day pickup.View recipe »
Sweet, simple and providing 9 grams of protein per serving, this treat can also be easily tailored to your tastes by playing with the combination of berries and nuts.View recipe »