Tis the Season To Be Healthy-Desserts

It’s that time of the year again. The time of the year when families, friends, and coworkers come together to feast for the holidays, which can unfortunately wreak havoc on your diet if you’re not careful. Fear not, dear reader! With this collection of healthy holiday recipes, you and your waistline are sure to have a happy holiday season!

Baked Desserts

If you want the delicious taste of a cake without the excess calories that come with an entire slice, look no further than to the delicious, guilt-free mini cake! These little bite sized treats are not only a good compromise between your diet and your sweet tooth, but their individualized approach during the baking process is a great way to prevent the mess and confusion that comes with cutting and serving cake slices.

Molten Chocolate Cake Bites with Sugar-Coated Raspberries

30587This recipe for individual molten lava cakes does not only guarantee to satisfy your chocolate craving but according to allrecipies.com,”…the cake batter is extremely forgiving…”. This sophisticated looking dessert only takes about 10 minutes to bake once you have the batter handy! With a 4 ½ star approval rating, this little cake could be a great contender at the dessert table this holiday season.

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Mini Cheesecake Recipe

super-easy-mini-cheesecake-cupcakesMaybe you are not in the mood for anything chocolate? Maybe you want a dessert that is a little more creamy instead? Then most likely cheesecake bites are the answer for you. This little treat is not only a great vehicle for satisfying that craving for something a little more tangy but according to chefsavvy.com, there are a variety of sauces and toppings that can be a great way to customize each mini-cake to taste! There is a 30 minute cooking time, but it is definitely worth the wait if you want to get a little bit creative with dessert.





No Bake Desserts

If baking is too much of a hassle or if you are planning on spending Thanksgiving in a state that is still boasting an over 90 degree heat index, then have no fear! There are healthy dessert options out there for people who aren’t so oven savvy. Sorbets and ice pops can serve as great pallet cleansers after a heavy meal and can bring a little class to the dessert table. All it takes is a little bit of ingenuity and the right equipment.


54eb102e3f883_-_sorbet-recipe-1109-xlnRosemary Cranberry Sorbet

One innovative way to utilize the traditional cranberries that come in season during this time of year is to reduce and puree them into this amazingly fresh sorbet. This frozen complimentary blend of juices combined with the texture of traditional Italian Ice and an innovative utilization of herbs will leave your guests impressed with your culinary skill and it will leave you feeling surprisingly refreshed.





pure-ella-amaretto-snowballs5Amaretto Snowballs

If you or your kids are longing for snow this holiday season, you don’t have to wait for it to fall in March. You can let it snow in your kitchen with this simple 4-ingredient Amaretto Snowball recipe. While this particular recipe can be considered a little bit messy and somewhat time consuming, the plus side of this particular treat is that the ingredients that are involved are naturally vegan and gluten free. That is something that people on even the strictest of diets can enjoy without feeling too terribly guilty.



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