Sneaking soft tofu into this classic recipe adds protein without changing the flavor. The extra protein can help control hunger -- so enjoy one of these cookies as a lunchtime dessert and forget about those midafternoon munchies.
Not only is this cake deliciously moist, but the sweet potatoes are loaded with vitamins A and B6. This cake freezes well; make a double batch to enjoy later or to serve to last-minute guests.
The warm, subtle sweetness of the poached pears is enhanced with the rich, creamy coconut and chocolaty flavors poured over them.
These warm, golden brown, fruit-filled cakes have just 2 grams of fat per serving. The goal will be to keep yourself from eating all six servings in one sitting!
The power of healthy dark chocolate comes from flavonoids, a phytochemical found in the cacao bean. So the more cacao a chocolate contains, the richer the chocolate's health-promoting content.
These slow-cooked apples are stuffed with chewy raisins for added texture and brown sugar for added sweetness. If your meal plan allows, serve the warm apples with a scoop of cold vanilla ice cream.
These coffee-laced custards are a great treat after any meal. Serve topped with a spoonful of dessert topping and a dark chocolate espresso bean.
Using the slow cooker for this berry-filled dessert makes it an easy addition to any weekend celebration. A spoonful of creamy yogurt and a drizzle of honey make this a delightfully healthy dessert.
Don't be fooled by the "mini" in this recipe's name; these pies are packed with maximum flavor.
Adding cranberries to this traditional autumn favorite gives it a mouthwatering sweet-tart quality.
Because this chocolate-and-spice dessert has only 132 calories and 4 grams of fat per serving, you can enjoy it guilt-free.
A slimmed-down oat-and-nut topping helps keep these baked pears heart-healthy.
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Ready in a snap, this rich confection will have guests asking for seconds.