Say "yes" to dessert--no guilt required!
Indulging your taste buds doesn’t have to expand your waistline. Desserts made with clean foods let you enjoy sweet treats made with wholesome ingredients. Bookmark these 7 clean eating desserts to prep in under 10 minutes.
The clean eating lifestyle isn’t about deprivation. It’s about choosing foods that aren’t junked up with processed ingredients or excess fat, sugar, sodium, and calories. You need foods and recipes filled with the nutrients that satisfy and nourish your body and taste buds.
When you prepare the quick dessert ideas below, you’ll taste plenty of flavor you can feel fab about serving. What you won’t find is refined sugar or artificial sweeteners, which have been linked to weight gain. The clean eating desserts developed in our kitchen incorporate natural sweeteners like coconut palm sugar, honey, and stevia. Find these natural sweeteners in the baking aisle at the grocery store.
You don’t need an ice cream maker for desserts like this one, which includes nonfat Greek yogurt and frozen bananas.
This homemade milkshake recipe offers far fewer calories than the drive-through version—but it’s just as thick and yummy.
You’ll love clean eating desserts like this no-fuss recipe. Mix three ingredients, bake, and enjoy!
Use your slow cooker to rock dessert time! Whisk the ingredients and then cook them in your crockpot for a super-simple and decadent treat.
Buh-bye calorie-dripping ice cream! This dessert is easy to prep and utterly scrumptious. You’ll feel great about serving this homemade frozen yogurt treat.
This dessert includes black beans, which add protein but no flavor—nobody will know the beans are there!
Treat yourself to this dessert. It delivers the taste you crave with only 95 calories per serving.
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