Mashed sweet potatoes make this healthy chocolate brownie recipe supermoist. Almond butter and dark chocolate sneak in even more nutrition and antioxidants.
If carrot cake and zucchini bread joined forces, it would taste like this cream cheese frosting-topped delight. Brown sugar and honey sweeten things up, while chopped walnuts add a satisfying crunchy element.
While rhubarb is often mixed with fruit (like strawberries), it's actually classified as a vegetable. Here, it's layered with a fluffy, cheesecake-like custard. Leave the spoon aside and scoop up bites with shortbread cookies.
A whopping 2 pounds of sweet potatoes are layered inside a flaky pecan piecrust. While this dessert has a healthy dose of fiber, the amount of butter and sugar still make this taste like a holiday-worthy splurge.
This ice cream tastes just like caramel corn! The kernels team up with an ice cream base plus peach preserves, cinnamon, and nutmeg for a unique and delicious summer dessert recipe.
Rhubarb slices are the star of this colorful twist on the classic Southern custard pie. Basic ingredients like sugar, eggs, and cream allow the ruby-hue star to steal the show.
Fact: Pumpkin pie spice isn't just for pumpkin pie. Try it in this carrot Bundt cake that's surprisingly good for you, thanks to a few key ingredient swaps (whole wheat pastry flour in place of some of the white; buttermilk instead of cream).
Nine out of 10 Americans don't consume as many fruits and veggies as they should each day! Make hitting your quota a cinch by drinking your produce in this low-fat smoothie recipe.
Chocolate makes everything better, including this nutty zucchini bread. We won’t judge you for eating a slice for breakfast, but it’s rich enough to satisfy your dessert sweet tooth, too.
Fresh or frozen corn is blended with condensed milk to amplify every bite of this cake with a sweet taste of summer.
Canned sweet potatoes and a carton of yogurt make the texture of this cake exactly what you'd expect in a dessert with twice as much fat. A cinnamon-pecan streusel and an orange glaze turn up the volume on the fall flavors.
Winter greens are completely hidden by vibrant beets and berries in this nutrition-laced smoothie recipe. Try it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt for a fresh take on a float.
Cinnamon disguises the color while brown sugar disguises the flavor of carrots in this low-calorie dessert. Try it at Easter instead of carrot cake or any night of the week as a painless way to sneak more vegetables (and vitamin A) into your family's diet.
Sure, avocado is technically a fruit, but just like the veggies featured here, it's packed with nutrition and makes an extra-creamy addition to this chocolate pudding.