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….you’ll end up with a light and fluffy indulgent dessert which takes like a cookie and is a healthy breakfast.
In order for me (and now you!) to enjoy the indulgent flavours and creamy texture of chocolate mousse without the guilt, I’ve made a skinny healthier version of chocolate mousse using one of my favourite substitutes – Greek yoghurt!
This skinny strawberry cheesecake smoothie is full of fruit and yummy things – whilst still being healthy and good for you!
Well these muffins are for mornings just like that, when you want chocolate for breakfast but don’t want to start the morning downing 500 calories (no matter how good they taste!)
I wasn’t planning on sharing these healthy chocolate chip cookie bars with you today, but they are THAT good that I couldn’t keep them to myself any longer and I thought they would do wonders to brighten up your Monday.
I don’t really get baked donuts, you know? Are they a breakfast dish, are they a dessert, or are they a snack? Are they some kind of pastry, a cake, or do they merit a category all on their own?
The pureed avocado creates the most fantastic silky, smooth, velvety texture that I’ve honestly never experienced in any other dessert EVER.
I could totally enjoy this for dessert. I’m not exaggerating when I say this tastes exactly like an Oreo!
Even though they didn’t come out exactly as I’d hoped, I’m pretty happy with these cookies! Just look at the image above – they look like regular ol’ cookies, right? Then you bite into them and see that they’re actually pink!
Key lime pie is one of my favorite desserts. I loooove the buttery, crunchy base and the thick, creamy topping that’s full of citrus-y zing!
All you’ll find here is a deliciously thick and creamy dessert, flavored with cocoa and laced with Kahlua – all this with a fraction of the calories!
If you’re looking for a sneaky snack that you can enjoy from time to time without ruining your future bikini-perfect figure, this is it.
These brownies have an amazing dense, fudge-like texture thanks to the Greek yogurt. Who says brownies need butter to be good?
You’ve got to be really careful when baking these – if you bake them for the perfect amount of time they will be deliciously light and fluffy, but if you go over time they will be chewy and tough.
Skinny and scones aren’t two words you usually see side-by-side. Luckily, I’m here to fix that.
If you over-fill mini donut pans – if pour enough batter so you have to tiptoe to the oven with your back straight because 1 tilt and the floor will be covered in red liquid donuts – you can make mini donuts and muffin tops at the same time.
The title’s a bit of a mouthful but I couldn’t think of a better way to describe it. It’s a skinny ice box cake made of chocolate, peanut butter and cookies – what else could I call it?
Because there is hardly any fat in these donuts, feel free to add a few handfuls of chocolate chips – I promise I won’t tell.
Okay, so maybe calling these Healthy Chocolate Chunk Brownies is pushing the boat out a little, but they’re healthier than regular brownies.
I advise you to run out to the store and stock up on garbanzos because once you try this, you’ll want to be making it again and again!
A thick and creamy ice cream tickled with crunchy Oreo chunks – you’d never guess this Oreo ice cream was healthy!
I recommend this recipe for anyone looking for a healthy alternative to a calorie-packed dessert, but definitely not if you’re going to try and fool anyone into thinking it’s an ordinary deep-dish cookie pie.
These strawberry cheesecake bites are a great alternative to a slice of cheesecake and taste just as good – without the guilt.