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Fend off that dreaded pie anxiety this year
Healthy snacking just got easier – and more delicious – with these no-bake chocolate almond fig bars, lightly sweetened with honey.
These cookies aren't just sweet and satisfying. Thanks to one key ingredient, they're also filling and good for you.
Combine a piña colada and a fruit crumble, and you get this delicious treat.
When you pop this deliciously warm crisp into your oven, you’ll be waiting by your oven to dig into this fragrant seasonal treat.
Blow your guests away with this Instagram-worthy dessert board.
Think you can't enjoy a dessert if you're concerned about fatty liver disease? This lemony loaf will prove you can snack on something sweet without worrying about your liver.
If you're looking to amp up the flavor of your favorite healthy frozen treats, try this super simple technique.
It’s like a pumpkin pie, a blondie and a chocolate chip cookie combined – and it’s gluten free, too.
Turn up the dial up on your classic apple pie with a decadent homemade caramel sauce that’s baked into the filling.
You don’t need to miss out on the classic flavors of decadent nougat, caramel and peanuts. We’ve remade the iconic treat using only whole-food ingredients and without any dairy or refined sugar.
Before the last of the berries disappear from your local farmers’ market, you’re going to want to make this gluten-free, Paleo-friendly crumble.
This creamy, tropical vegan mango sherbet is a frozen treat that'll have you going back for seconds... and thirds. For a boozy kick, add the optional splash of vodka or tequila.
This epic layer cake with a thick, buttery coconut icing will be the centerpiece of your Easter table this year.
You probably already have the 6 ingredients you need to make our all-time, best gluten-free cookies. Here's why you should try this iconic recipe.
We’ve got you covered with this marbled Bundt cake that’s reminiscent of your favorite ice cream with bananas, walnuts and heaps of chocolaty goodness – the best part is that it’s sweetened with only dates and monk fruit drops, so you can enjoy a treat without the subsequent energy slump.
These edible gifts all use monk fruit sweetener for a festive treat without a drop of added sugar.
This holiday crackle is the perfect sweet and salty treat — without added sugar or traditional flour.
Liven up any gathering with this gingerbread roll that can be made in advance and refrigerated until guests arrive.
Move over cupcakes, healthy donuts are the new sweet treat in town. You won’t believe how delicious and healthy these baked donuts are. Made with coconut flour and coconut sugar and iced with a creamy chocolate cashew frosting, these will be a crowd pleaser at kids’ birthday parties and dinner parties. You’ll definitely want to double or triple your batch!
Treat your family to the flavors of the tropics. The coconut-spiked caramel sauce becomes a sweet sauce over grilled plantains. Serve over vanilla ice cream for a delicious sundae any day of the week!
Make dairy-free frozen treats at home is easier than you think. Here are five recipes to try this summer.
These indulgent shortbread squares are simply pressed into a baking pan – no rolling or fussing with the dough required.
No, that's not a typo. A “nice” cream is a frozen treat that uses bananas or other nondairy ingredients instead of cream. Perfect for vegans, those who can’t digest dairy or anyone who just loves a rich, velvety dessert, this recipe trio will make you rethink what ice cream is all about.
Passover macaroon recipes aren’t hard to come by, but most contain refined white sugar. We’ve remade the traditional dessert using maple sugar and raw honey instead. If you want to get fancy, after scooping the mixture onto the pan, pinch the tops to give them a pointed look.
A combination of lemon, lime and orange zests brighten the flavor of this velvety, sour cream—infused pound cake, topped with an orange-scented raspberry sauce.