This melt-in-your-mouth fall treat transforms a nutritious apple into a dessert. Since most versions come out closer to 300 calories, portion control is key. Slice a fully-loaded caramel apple into thirds and enjoy it with a few friends to keep it at 100 calories per serving (we love this caramel-pistachio-dipped apple recipe)!
For an even healthier 100-calorie alternative that you can eat all by yourself, O'Connor recommends warm, baked apples instead. Simply wash, dry, and core a small apple (go with a Granny Smith for a tart and tangy taste; for a sweet and tart combo, reach for a Pink Lady), dust it with cinnamon, wrap it in foil, and bake at 350 degrees for 35-45 minutes. Once it's out of the oven, top it with a teaspoon of honey or sliced almonds.