These truffles are to die for.
Adding fruit to dessert means you can go...
Treat yo’self to this low-calorie crepe...
Trust us, you won't miss the sugar crash.
We know what you're thinking, but this is the old school diet food like you've never seen it before.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for vegan ice cream.
Not into plums? Swap in other seasonal fruits, like peaches, apricots, and blueberries.
Peaches, pineapple, melon, and more fruits that hold their own on the grill.
With 10 grams of fiber and only 8 grams of sugar, this dessert is satisfying yet healthy.
Orange zest and ginger are the real stars in these vegan chocolate truffle recipe.
This vegan dessert that looks like it came from a French pastry shop.
Trust us, there's no need to feel guilty about indulging in this dessert.
Truffles made with absolutely no added sugar? Yes, please!
Nutrition bars are great for snacking emergencies, but they can also make a healthy base to dessert.
Ditch store-bought and make these peanut butter cups at home.
Honey and fresh fruit are all you need to naturally sweeten this pie—no added sugar necessary.
These cucumber-water-inspired frozen treats are perfect for summer or anytime you really want to chill.
No need to fire up the oven (and then sit around waiting) to make crisp!
Grilling enhances peaches’ sweetness, balanced here by tart yogurt and pomegranate seeds.
Creamy, whipped ricotta is topped off with macerated berries, toasted almonds, and fresh basil for a picture-perfect breakfast or dessert.
This effortless breakfast packs in healthy fats, fiber, protein, and antioxidants for a nutritious way to stay full until lunch.