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This icy, delicious dessert takes just four ingredients -- watermelon, sugar, gelatin, and cranberry juice -- and costs 27 cents per serving to make.
Scoop up this passionate pink confection for a summer treat no one will turn down. Make a double batch; you'll want seconds after indulging in this lovely, low-fat dessert.
Enjoy a chilled take on our favorite summer drink ? lemonade- with this low-fat lemon sorbet.
Tip: Add a little soda water to a scoop of sorbet and enjoy an instant frothy lemonade.
Experience a bit of paradise in your own backyard: Enjoy these refreshing, nutritious popsicles for just 34 calories per serving.
Dark chocolate contains naturally occurring serotonin and dopamine, the "feel good" hormones. So enjoy a bowl of this creamy thrill, and feel great about 151 calories per serving.
This fruity drink is high in cardio-helpful potassium and has no added sugar ? just a touch of honey.
Bite-size banana pieces delight the young while dark chocolate helps keep you young-at-heart by keeping blood vessels clear.
Tip: Purchase apricots that have no touch of green. Once ripened, the fruit lasts 3 days in the refrigerator and up to 3 months in the freezer.
The light, crisp flavor of lemongrass elevates this cool treat above lemonade on a hot summer day. An aromatic herb, lemongrass is commonly used to aid digestion.
Tip: Lemongrass can be found in Asian or Mexican grocery stores. Substitute the zest of one lemon for two small lemongrass stalks.
Tip: Dutch-pressed cocoa powder has a mild flavor and dissolves well in liquids.
This delicious version of monkey tails is so tasty, you'll never miss the chocolate. Satisfy your craving for crunch with its crispy granola shell.
Tart, crimson juice is offset by sweet honey in an antioxidant-packed sipper.
Tip: Pomegranate juice is available in the produce section of most supermarkets.
Chill out in the hammock with this tangy refresher. Watermelon isn't common in beverages, but it's a wonderful way to use up leftovers from your family picnic.
Spend the morning picking out blueberries, then whip up this exceptional shake for a mid-morning snack. Fat-free milk reduces the calorie count by 50-70 calories over whole milk.
Tip: Instead of honey, use a bit of ripe banana to sweeten the shake.
A bit of lead time for freezing, five ingredients, and a warm summer day are all you need to enjoy this 113-calorie treat!
Sparkling fruit juice and fresh or frozen dark sweet cherries are at the heart of this breezy sorbet. You won't need an ice- cream maker, but you will need a food processor and an electric mixer to make it.
Whip together a thick, satisfying fruit smoothie that's light on calories but high in flavor thanks to kiwifruit, honeydew, and apple juice.