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Learn how to make this rave-worthy, highly-rated Oatmeal Banana Bread that's packed with fiber.
This sorbet recipe tastes rich and intensely peachy. It is simple to make for dessert and will keep for weeks in the freezer.
Blending vanilla yogurt and reduced-fat cream cheese creates a topping that's reminiscent of cheese cake. Any fresh berry can be used in this easy dessert recipe.
Malva pudding, a dish from South Africa, gets soaked with a rich custard to create a tasty, warm dessert in this recipe.
This healthy cinnamon-sugar snickerdoodle thumbprint cookie recipe has an added bonus: chocolate filling! With slightly crispy edges and a chewy, chocolaty center, these snickerdoodle cookies are the ultimate crowd pleaser.
Astoundingly good for minimal effort, this makes an indulgent weekend breakfast or anyday dessert. A judicious smear of mascarpone (half the fat of butter) is part of the luxury, but even lighter low-fat cream cheese will work as well. The real secret is warming the berries just enough to make the flavor bloom and transform their juices into a rosy syrup.
This stunning plum pie recipe uses phyllo dough to create a crispy, flaky crust.
Cool off this summer with the iconic flavors of strawberries and cream in the form of frozen yogurt pops.
Fresh blueberry compote is nice to have on hand to bake with a streusel topping, make a blueberry crumble or stir into overnight oats.
Fresh squeezed lemons blended with sweet berries creates a perfectly refreshing summer treat.
Try this cherry sorbet recipe with a dollop of lightly sweetened whipped cream or some more chopped cherries on top.
Antioxidant-rich cherries and chocolate chips are folded into creamy frozen yogurt and layered on top of a crunchy cookie crust in your muffin tin for this twist on the classic Black Forest cake.
This rice pudding is dairy-free, but the bananas and rice milk make it so creamy and rich-tasting, no one will know the difference.
These lemon cookies are made healthier with whole-wheat pastry flour and they get their zippy flavor from fresh lemon zest and juice rather than lemon extract. This lemon cookie recipe would be the perfect accompaniment to afternoon tea.
Translating to "three milks" cake, Tres Leches Cake is a traditional Mexican sponge cake that's soaked in, you guessed it, three kinds of milk, for the ultimate moist, decadent cake. Think of it as a poke cake that we've lightened up with this easy recipe.
Toasting the pecans brings out the flavor and nuttiness in this classic nut and chocolate pie.
Natural peanut butter lends texture and bold peanut flavor to these mini cupcakes with peanut butter frosting.
These light and fluffy mini cupcakes with cream cheese frosting are flavored with lemon with a raspberry-tinted frosting.
Looking for a healthy dessert? Fat-free frozen yogurt and fresh strawberries are blended together to make a healthier "cupcake" with a bonus cookie crunch in this easy 4-ingredient dessert recipe.
This low-sugar strawberry rhubarb crisp is enhanced with the flavors of ginger and orange zest for a little extra kick.
Pumpkin spice meets chocolate: a match made in heaven. The hypnotizing smell that fills your kitchen when these brownies are done baking is unbeatable.
Get cheesecake flavor without having to bake with this healthy dessert recipe. To make it gluten-free, look for gluten-free graham crackers.
Our version delivers a wonderful combination of sweet meringue crunch and velvety tart lemon curd. The meringue is somewhat fragile--expect it to crack and crumble a bit as you slice it into individual servings. This summer dessert is great for a for a crowd. Make this for your next party.
Fresh strawberries and rhubarb meld together under a crisp oat crumble in this gluten-free dessert recipe made in just one skillet. If you're not gluten-sensitive, regular rolled oats will work too. Top with a dollop of whipped cream for an extra-special treat. A perfect easy summer dessert recipe
Cookie recipes usually require you to combine the liquid ingredients in one bowl and dry ingredients in another, but for this gluten-free cookie recipe the dry ingredients are sprinkled right on top of the liquids so there's just one bowl to clean. Don't skip the step of refrigerating the dough. The oat flour needs time to hydrate or the cookies will be too dry and crumbly. Regular rolled oats work if you're not gluten-sensitive.