These gooey, chewy brownies are unbelievably easy to make. Plus, they're paleo and Whole30-approved!
Get the recipe at Delightful Mom Food.
Use your favorite nut butter in this chocolate chip-loaded sweet.
Get the recipe at Well Plated by Erin.
This blogger writes her vegan and gluten-free Rice Krispie Treats taste "just like a crunchy peanut butter cup."
Get the recipe at Ambitious Kitchen.
These creamy bites have fewer than 125 calories per serving for the tastiest guilt-free treat.
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These chewy cookies are bursting with chocolatey goodness in every single bite.
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The hidden ingredient in this sweet and creamy fudge? Beets!
Get the recipe at Desserts With Benefits.
It takes just 20 minutes and six ingredients to whip up this recipe.
Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.
Nuts, dried fruits, and oats add color and texture to these crunchy, delicious cookies.
This four-ingredient dessert is just 70 calories per serving, making it the perfect summer treat.
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At only 60 calories each, you won't feel bad having two of these delightful Angel Food cupcakes.
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Moist, sweet, and fruity, this beautiful pound cake packs only 131 calories in each delicious serving.
Get the recipe at Amy's Healthy Baking.
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Filled with walnuts, dried fruit, oats, cinnamon, and other goodies, this flavorful dessert tastes just like an apple crumble when it comes out of the oven.
Get the recipe at Veganosity.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with this easy, three-ingredient snack. Simply stick two banana slices together with peanut butter and coat them in dark chocolate—you'll be surprised at how good it tastes!
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With no added refined sugar, flour, or butter, this gorgeous fruit tart makes a yummy breakfast or light afternoon treat.
Get the recipe at Sally's Baking Addiction.
At just 118 calories a serving, this sweet strawberry sauce, flavored with brown sugar and balsamic, is a great way to jazz up classic vanilla ice cream.
Pink-blossom pretty, frosted pops promise plum-fresh goodness and a frozen blast of cool. Can't wait? Grab a straw and sip. The mixture makes a great smoothie, too.
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Less is more with this single-layer cake adorned with a deep chocolate glaze.
Thyme and vanilla bean deepen the flavor of fresh Asian pears in this refreshing summer treat.
When made from scratch with the season's sweetest ingredients, ice cream captures the essence of summer. Try this fruity variety with fresh huckleberries or blueberries.
This colorful and light cake will fool friends and family into believing that great effort went into making this dessert. No need to let on that it comes together easily with store-bought raspberry sorbet, vanilla ice cream, frozen pound cake, and fresh raspberries.
Alternating layers of wafer-thin crepes and chocolate pudding make for a deliciously different dessert. To slice the cake, use a long, sharp knife and cut in a smooth sawing motion. Wipe the knife between each cut.
The surprise ingredient in this cake is stone-ground cornmeal, which lends its crunchy texture to luscious pears and caramelized sugar.
Here's a sweet new way to serve up the tart holiday staple, canned cranberry sauce.
Punch up citrus in a flash—the flavor is tripled—with the hardworking supermarket standby, orange juice concentrate.
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Have your cake and eat it, too: Swapping in applesauce for butter and using nonfat cream cheese saves you 215 calories and 19 grams of fat per slice.
Kiwi ice pops appeal to kids and adults alike.
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These elegant and easy-to-make tarts are perfect for a brunch party. Crushed cereal, almonds, and maple syrup are pressed into individual tart pans and baked for just 10 minutes. A creamy mix of vanilla and plain yogurts complements the sweetness of gemlike fruit.