Healthy Desserts

Lucky us: turning the best produce of the season into a sweet treat is actually easier than pie (and way speedier, too).
All the sweetness, without all that extra junk.
Image credit: shutterstock.com 1. Pumpkin chocolate chip whole grain scones These healthy scones by Sugar-Free Mom are great
To make the crust: Add dates to food processor and blend until small bits remain, or it forms a ball. Remove and set aside
Summer is getting even sweeter as vibrant citrus flavors and lush berries are bursting onto the scene. Stay out just a little later for juicy fruit desserts and squeeze the cooling flavors of lemon, lime, orange and grapefruit -- or the taste of fresh berries -- into your day.
Serving size: 6 ounces Yield: 2 servings Sodium: 161mg Instructions Saturated Fat: 1g 1 banana, frozen ½ cup unsweetened
Isn't the smell of fresh strawberries intoxicating?! I know strawberry season is in full swing in many parts of the US and that means one thing will be tempting a lot of you this month....strawberry shortcake.
It's flour-free, filled with healthy fat, and low-glycemic. And delicious! Chances are, family and friends will enjoy them, so be prepared to share. And freeze a few squares for future use. Preparedness is everything.
Fruit, in all its dewy goodness, is Mother Nature's original dessert.
The quick almond ice cream is a must to make. It's what really ties this flirtatious dessert altogether. You can prepare it a day or two ahead.