5 Healthy Dessert Recipes That Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

Try these 5 recipes to satisfy your sweet tooth, while still staying on track with your diet and overall health.

Strawberry’s in Yogurt

  • Cut Strawberry in half
  • Dip in Yogurt
  • Freeze and Enjoy

    Healthy Cookies

        • You will need: Nut Butter, Oats, and Bananas
        • Mash bananas until they have the consistency of banana pudding (pun intended).
        • Combine nut butter and oats into the mashed bananas.
        • Put your cookie mash on cooking trays and bake at 350 for 15 – 20 minutes.
        • Add Nutella drizzel for extra yumminess.
        • Credit To Paleo Plus Cheese

        Apple Nachos
        • You will need: 2 apples, ¼ cup peanuts, 5 ounce caramels (sugar free if wanted)
        • Credit To 

          My Recipe Magic

        Ricotta-Honey Toast with Berries

        • You will need: 2 slices multi-grain bread, 1/3 c. ricotta, 1/2 tsp. honey, plus more for drizzling, 1/4 c. berries, Flaky sea salt.
        • Toast bread. Meanwhile, in a small bowl, mix together ricotta and honey. Spread ricotta on bread and top with berries.
        • Drizzle with honey and sprinkle with flaky salt.
        • Credit To Delish

        Skinny Chocolate Bark
          • You will need: 24 oz. dark chocolate (at least 60 percent cocoa), 1 c. natural peanut butter, warmed, 1 c. unsalted peanuts, chopped, 1/4 c. pretzels
          • Line a baking dish or sheet with parchment. In a small glass bowl, heat dark chocolate in the microwave on low heat, stirring every 30 seconds, until melted. Pour into prepared dish, tilting so it fully covers the bottom of the dish.
          • Drizzle over peanut butter and drag a toothpick over the peanut butter in the opposite direction of the drizzle, creating a swirl.
          • Top with chopped peanuts and pretzels and transfer to the refrigerator to let firm up, 1 hour. Break into pieces. (Store bark in a resealable container up to 2 weeks.)
          • Credit To Delish

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