7 Healthy Dessert Recipes
T’is the season for Altitude SEO and we’re always looking for ways to bring some Christmas cheer to our lives and the office. Who doesn’t love dessert? Some of us even try to eat dessert first, because life’s short!
If you love dessert and are struggling with eating healthy, we have some recipes that are sure to change how you view the traditional dessert. Whether you’re trying to lose weight, stick to a diet, or just improve your health, finding ways to snack and eat dessert that doesn’t ruin your whole day is helpful on so many levels.
Let’s look at seven healthy dessert recipes Altitude SEO loves that you can make at home for a great way to end a long day.
7 Healthy Dessert Recipes You Can Make at Home
Here are some healthy dessert recipes that we love. For an even healthier snack or dessert, consider eating half the recommended serving size.
Greek Yogurt Chocolate Fudge Pops
Greek yogurt by itself is delicious, no matter the flavor. Combine that with chocolate fudge and you have yourself a bit of heaven. This recipe for Greek yogurt-based chocolate fudge pops is delicious, easy to make, and your kids will want them before bed every night.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge
Chocolate and peanut butter? Who doesn’t love that combo? This recipe for chocolate peanut butter fudge will want you coming back for more. By using coconut oil, this dessert has fewer calories than traditional butter-based fudge recipes out there. This is savory, filling, and can be frozen for quick desserts.
Avocados are the hot new way to eat healthier. Whether for dips, burgers or in salads, they make a great pairing with just about any type of foods, including desserts. Until you’ve tried these avocado brownies, you’re missing out on a creamy, smooth dessert that’ll make you wonder why you never tried to add avocado before.
Good old-fashioned banana cookies are delicious, healthy, and make great desserts or quick snacks on the go. These banana cookies are filled to the brim with fruit and oats, making them a delicious dessert or breakfast.
“Reese’s” Quinoa Crispy Treats
If you aren’t using quinoa in your kitchen, you’re missing out on an easy way to make meals, desserts, and snacks healthier. This copycat “Reese’s” quinoa crispy treats recipe is sure to be a family favorite, featuring peanut butter, chocolate, and honey for a delicious, filling dessert.
Ginger cookies are easy to make, delicious, and offer a unique flavor. If you’re looking for a quick dessert that freezes, these cookies are it. Anyone in your home can make them and everyone will enjoy them.
Strawberry Banana Smoothie Popsicle
A good, solid smoothie is a great way to say goodbye to the day. Strawberry banana smoothie popsicles are delicious, bringing together two of the best fruits out there. They’re easy to make and are sure to be a sweet dessert after any meal.
Any of the above healthy dessert recipes will make waves in your home. Involve the whole family to make one of them and see what healthy desserts your family loves best. There are many ways to make recipes healthier, take the time to discover the best ways to do that to make desserts even better.
Altitude SEO hopes you have a Merry Christmas, happy holiday, and everything in between!