Ring in the New Year with a festive dessert that's both delicious and guilt-free. We're sharing our favorite healthy New Year's Eve desserts, so go ahead and indulge in a few more sips of champagne.
This luscious dessert proves you can have your cake and eat it, too. It clocks in at just 175 calories per serving and is loaded with delicious ingredients like dark chocolate, fresh strawberries, and cream cheese. Perfect for ringing in the New Year.
This New Year's dessert is all about the nostalgia factor. Our play on traditional s'mores updates the classic with rich dark chocolate, juicy berries, and coconut. Set out all the fixings on your New Year's buffet and let guests assemble their own. Get the Coconut and Fruit S'Mores recipe.
Bite-size and perfect for your New Year's party, these rich chocolate truffles get extra protein and flavor from jumbo cashews. Make them ahead and chill up to 24 hours before serving.
This New Year's Eve party dessert is as easy as scooping and serving. Tart grapefruit sorbet and purchased vanilla ice cream are the perfect pair when topped with a big splash of bubbly Prosecco. Make it extra easy at party time by scooping ahead of time and keeping the scoops in the freezer until the clock strikes midnight!
These fancy cookies are the perfect New Year's dessert. Each sandwich cookie is filled with a rich brandy buttercream and rolled in chopped pistachios. Package them up and send them home as a fun New Year's party favor.
Cheers to these fruity layered party desserts! They're filled with raspberries and pink Moscato, and you can make them well ahead of party time. Set them out on your New Year's party table and watch them disappear.
Ring in the New Year with a tried-and-true favorite with a twist. This low-fat dessert recipe swaps chia seeds for oil but keeps all the chocolaty goodness you love in a brownie. Make a big batch before party time and serve them at the end of your New Year's dinner.
These pretty layered desserts only look complicated! Celebrate New Year's Eve with this showstopping dessert recipe. Goat cheese and pink peppercorns add a grown-up touch to layers of chocolate and yogurt.
Looking for a low-calorie dessert recipe that's still super impressive? Turn to fondue! This take on classic chocolate fondue is filled with rich dark chocolate. Serve it with colorful fruit kabobs and get dipping!