9 Delicious Desserts That Are Actually Healthy
With everything from a peach cobbler milkshake to a chocolate-rye crumb cake, these not-so-bad-for-you and sometimes really healthy desserts should stay in your kitchen arsenal forever!
If avocado, coconut milk, and cream doesn't suond good to you, skip this recipe. If you love those ingredients as much as we do but maybe didn't consider them as a magnificent combo, you're going to want to make this green treat! Click here for the recipe.
Truffles are surprisingly easy to make, and when you use dark chocolate, they aren't that bad for you either. The trick to easy truffles is the microwave. Soften chocolate in the microwave for a minute or two before adding the cream. Click here for the recipe.
This mouthwatering cake is full of healthy alternative ingredients like cocoa powder, rye flour, and cacao nibs. It's time to stock your pantry. This fluffy brown sugar crusted dessert is too good not to try. Click here for the recipe.
This colorful dessert is as appetizing for the eyes as it is for the tummy. Chia seeds form a gel when they are left soaking in liquid for a while. And that gel is a powerful source of nutrients and electrolytes. Click here for the recipe.
The texture of this paleo treat is so decadent, it might even surpass the caloric sugar bomb that is Haagen-Dazs ice cream. The recipe only calls for three ingredients, but all you really need to make this treat is a frozen banana. Click here for the recipe.
This pretty in pink dessert only takes five minutes to make and it is the perfect refreshing treat for a summer afternoon. You just need frozen strawberries, agave nectar, plain yogurt, and fresh lime juice. Click here for the recipe.
When we first made these rich, yummy brownies, we couldn't believe the main ingredient was sweet potatoes and that there was no added processed sugar. You'll be amazed by how delicious a produce based brownie can be! Click here for the recipe.
We think the best part of this colorful dessert, other than the sensational taste, is layering and decorating the parfait. The recipe calls for coarsley chopped nuts so add you favorite, top with mint leaves and enjoy! Click here for the recipe.
Ever indulge your sweettooth with a delicious, yet healthy dessert? Share your favorite recipes below!