Creamy, decadent low carb peanut butter fudge. It's so good, I only make it when we have people coming over, simply to avoid too many tempting leftovers! You need to be very careful with this low carb peanut butter fudge. Yes, it's healthier
I'm very proud of my collection of healthy desserts.
I used to think about desserts as "bad." You were either "good" by not touching them, or "bad" by indulging.
I still believe that a low carb diet, in fact any healthy diet, should be very low in sweets - even sugar-free sweets. But occasionally, say on weekends or on special occasions, there ARE healthy desserts that one can indulge in without causing weight gain or health issues.
So yes, desserts can be healthy. If they are homemade, and are made with ingredients such as dark chocolate and fruit, then they are definitely healthy!
Admittedly, some of my desserts are healthi-ER, which is also an improvement.
The idea: homemade, minimal sugar, no inflammatory ingredients such as seed oils. Ideally low carb and gluten free too.
Please scroll down for my collection of healthy desserts!
Low carb strawberry shortcake features a sweet, spongy base, topped with delicious layers of sweet strawberries and rich, creamy whipped cream. Tonight for dinner, I made this low carb strawberry shortcake for the last time this
Delicious apple fritters are the perfect fall dessert. Puffy, golden and fragrant, they unite butter, vanilla and cinnamon in an amazing symphony of textures and flavors. Of course I had to make these apple fritters today. Apples, pumpkins
Crisp, golden apple crumble is the ultimate fall dessert. In this healthy version, chopped walnuts and coconut sugar create a sweet, irresistible topping. If I had to rate my favorite desserts, apple crumble would be right up there in the top
Sweet (but not too sweet), fluffy and fragrant, this coconut flour cake is a real treat for anyone who loves coconut. It's low carb, too! This coconut flour cake is wonderful. It is sweet, but not too sweet. It's fluffy and fragrant. I've
These delicious, fragrant snickerdoodle bars are very lightly sweetened, which makes them just perfect for breakfast! It's not that I recommend having baked goods for breakfast on a regular basis - eggs and bacon are far superior of course - but
A quick and easy recipe for a not-too-sweet chocolate whipped cream. Great with fresh berries, or as frosting for cakes and cupcakes. The food processor makes excellent, thick whipped cream - no elbow grease required - but since it's so efficient,