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The "cake" top bakes while the berries bubble in their own juicy sweetness underneath.
Cobbler is the ultimate comfort food. You'll agree when you spoon into syrupy peaches and raspberries with spicy biscuit topping, served hot with a scoop of low-fat vanilla ice cream. To cut the calories and carbs even more, you can use the sugar substitute option.
Made with real fruit and fat-free yogurt, these pops are a healthful low-calorie treat. On a hot summer day, the tropical taste of this refreshing snack will hit the spot -- for kids and adults alike.
Kabobs are a fun way to serve fruit for parties, and a cool dip adds extra pizzazz. Seasonal substitutes, such as fresh peaches, nectarines, and plums or mangoes, add flavorful variety.
Cool, wet, and refreshing, these tropical ice pops were inspired by popular Latino cocktails. Create an exotic tropical-flavored pop using pineapple juice, passion fruit juice, and lime juice. It's as good as a cool breeze on a hot day.
Proudly show your patriotic colors! Lemon peel and rosemary flavor the creamy white layers that separate strawberries and blueberries.
Unflavored gelatin and buttermilk give this easy sherbet its smooth texture while helping to keep the fat and calories per serving low.
The filling in this low-fat dessert tastes deceivingly rich. Fat-free cream cheese is the key. For a pretty finish, arrange the nectarines or peaches and blueberries in a pinwheel design before glazing with the apricot spread.
Like classic shortcakes, but better! These sweet biscuits are split in half, filled with low-calorie sweetened berries, and topped with sour cream-flavored whipped topping. Heavenly!