10 Mind Blowing Healthy Desserts

August 7, 2017
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We don’t know about you, but dessert is ultimately our favorite meal of the day. Whether you’re a sweet tooth or not, you have to admit that indulging on an oh so sweet moist chocolate piece of cake topped with chilling vanilla ice cream sounds quite appetizing, right? Is your mouth watering yet? Good. Now that we got you in the mood for some desserts, we have to take into account that they’re not all good for us. In fact, pretty much NONE of them are good for us. Lucky enough for us, we live in the day and age where “healthy” and “fit” is the hip thing to do and experimenting with new and healthier ingredients has pretty much already been done for us. All we have to do us taste test. And trust us, they’re all worth it! These 10 dessert recipes are mind blowing good, HEALTHY, and won’t have you missing the real thing at all. Give these recipes a try, because they are 100% guilt free from your diet.

Chocolate Stuffed Paleo Blondies

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What’s better than chocolate chip cookies? Ooey gooey blondies! These treats are gluten, dairy, and refined sugar free. And they’ll be ready in just 20 minutes! You can’t beat that! Take one bite and you are indulging in a gooey, chocolaty, almond butter center that is guilt free. Get the recipe at Joy Food Sunshine.

S’More Frozen Yogurt

Ice cream is a guilty pleasure for millions worldwide. This time around, nix the “guilty” by turning it into a healthy option made with Greek yogurt that is worth every single bite. This recipe is a perfect summer time treat that everyone will love, as it reminds you of gathering around the campfire. Get the full recipe at Joyful Healthy Eats.

Carrot Cake Oatmeal Cookies

Looking for a fast treat? These cookies will do the trick, as they are quick and simple to whip up. Made with whole-wheat flour, grated carrots and oats, these carrot cake oatmeal cookies will fulfill your cravings without all of the added calories. Get the recipe at Oh My Goodness, Chocolate Desserts.

Coconut + Caramelized Pineapple Popsicles


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Looking for something to cool you off in the hot summer heat? These popsicles will be your savior with its soothing flavor. Made with only four ingredients, you’ll be surprised at how delicious this all-natural treat is! Get the recipe at Tasty Ever After.

Banana Ice Cream Pies

The perfect serving size to hit the spot, these ice cream pies are a great treat to serve to your friends or family.  They are paleo, so don’t you worry about breaking that diet! Throw some bananas in the freezer to get this dessert started and to enjoy later. Get the full recipe at Empowered Sustenance.


Low Carb Brownie

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This dessert is here to prove that just because it’s low carb, does not mean it’s low in flavor! If the picture doesn’t intrigue you, just try it and you’ll see for yourself. Oh…and did we mention that it only takes three minutes to prep and cook? Get the recipe at The Big Man’s World.

Key Lime Pie Bites


Who knew that key lime pie could be a part of your diet? The outside is made with dates, coconut flakes, and cashews. Does that sound intriguing enough? How about a center filled with avocado, lime, banana, and coconut cream? Now that your mouth is watering, try it for yourself with the recipe from Physical Kitchness.

Blueberry Basil Coconut Milk Popsicles

The name speaks for itself — these popsicles are loaded with blueberries (which are great for brain power) and zested with some basil for a hint of nature. You’ll be feeling fresh with this one! Get the full recipe at Shiny Happy Bright.

Healthy Homemade Oreos


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Chances are you’ve been guilty of being an Oreo bandit. There’s no denying that those cookies are just so damn good, so there’s no blaming you at that. But what if we told you that you could go back to those Oreo bandit days without feeling all of that guilt afterwards? We found an Oreo recipe that is dedicated to you that’s on the healthier side. Get the recipe at Desserts With Benefits.

Sweet Potato Fudgey Brownies

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Sweet potatoes are a great alternative to creating some delicious desserts. This time, throw them in to make some fit brownies! In a total of fifty minutes, you can create a skillet brownie that can feed up to twelve people…but you’ll probably want seconds, so let’s say six people. Get the full recipe at Fit Foodie Finds.

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