Easy to make and delicious. Try these as a ice cream cookie sandwich with vanilla or chocolate ice cream!
Black beans and cocoa create a deep rich flavor that will satisfy your sweet toothe as well as cut back on calories.
Get creative with popsicle molds, yogurt, and your favorite flavors this summer!
You can use green tea leaves grounded or look for a high grade green tea like Matcha. Great for a lite snack and under 250 calories!
Super easy pudding that you can alter flavors for by adding fruit, low sugar/fat-free toppings or try a vanilla version. Chia seeds are high in omega-3 and protein.
Valerie Burton, RN shares her recipe which she loves for its natural sweetness. A low-sugar sweet for diabetics.
Try this chewey-gooey cookie to satisfy that after school snack or just for a chocolate fix. Gluten-free and low in sodium
Gluten free cookie that is perfect little ones and big ones to enjoy. Perfect for an after school snack.
Full of fiber, vitamins C and A, and a wonderful source of potassium, apricots marry well with nuts and veggies. A wonderful, elegant and inexpensive spread to add to a quick open face sandwich at lunch or enjoy as a snack.
No need to use the oven to make this recipe. Can be made in less than 20 minutes and is low in calories and sugar.
Sometimes a snack or dessert just needs to be sweet. Choosing a natural sweet like strawberries or fresh fruit is the easiest, quickest way to satisfy that sweet tooth.
After making this recipe, you'll be addicted to how easy it is to make and how much your kids will love it's naturally sweet taste.
These popsicles are fun and low in sugar for kids. Easy to make and sure to keep you cool all summer long.
There's nothing like eating a homemade muffin, and it's even more pleasing for parents and loved ones to see their children and others bite into this nutritious and delectable zucchini treat. Have it for breakfast, brunch, or as a light snack.
Spring and early summer is perfect for fresh herbs and fruits to embellish your favorite desserts. Great dessert for everyone or a little fruity compote to add to your child’s yogurt snack.
Fresh fruit is refreshing and on a hot Louisiana summer day, homemade popsicles add a bit of fun to healthy snacking.
Non-dairy, fun and so decadent without the dairy. Treat yourself and your young ones with this sweet dish.
Gluten Free and dairy free. This recipe uses frozen fruit from the freezer section of your supermarket, but you can also use fresh berries if in season.
Clafoutis is a French dish with a flan-pudding like texture. This dessert recipe is a hit for dinner parties, holidays, and family dinners.
Rich, chocolatey and under 300 calories! Recipe courtesy of the Incredible Egg.
A great way to get the kids involved with cooking during the holidays is make cookies together. Recipe courtesy of The incredible edible egg™.
Here is a lighter version of this decadent custard sauce. Our recipe is super easy to make and tastes especially delicious when served over fresh berries. The cornstarch in this version adds thickness and keeps the egg from curdling. If possible, you should use real vanilla extract in order to add the tiny black seeds pictured above (and to enrich the sauce). Vanilla pods add a depth of flavor, scent, and texture to any dish, so the closer you can get to the real thing, the better. Did you know that vanilla actually comes from an orchid?
This flan is just over 100 calories per slice. That is less than half for a slice of commercial pumpkin pie.
This dessert looks very elegant yet it is easy to make for anyone in the family!
Ease the calorie count of chocolate chip cookies and give this light recipe a try!
With a few ingredients and very little time, you can make your own whole fruit frozen treats.
This light pumpkin pie may taste even better than the original!