7 Low-Calorie Holiday Desserts

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As fall quickly approaches, so do the holidays. With the holidays come the joyous family dinners that end with the traditional high calorie desserts. Stay guilt-free during the holidays with these low-cal holiday desserts. You should never sacrifice your sweet tooth during the holidays, and with these recipes, you won’t have to!

1. Gingerbread Brownies

Run run run as fast as you can towards our Gingerbread Brownies this holiday season. Just over 200 calories, these soft and gooey brownies will present to you the perfect marriage between chocolate brownies and gingerbread cake. With a bridal party consisting of cinnamon, nutmeg, ground ginger, clove and allspice, its no surprise this wedding will go off without a hitch!

2. Superfood Chocolate Bark

Picture this – dark chocolate, almonds, dried blueberries and cranberries with coconut oil all melted together to produce the edgiest chocolate bark you can imagine. Full of vitamins, this batch of superfoods will leave you satisfied any day of the year.

3. Caramel Apple Bread Pudding

Let’s be honest – when you hear bread pudding, the first words that come to mind aren’t usually low calories. Luckily, our recipe for Caramel Apple Bread Pudding will leave you thinking of nothing else. Sweetened by applesauce and molasses, this bread pudding, spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg, is the guilt free answer to all of your holiday dessert needs.

4. Sweet Potato Brownies

Don’t let the words sweet potato fool you. This recipe stays true to the rich and chocolatey flavors promised by the traditional brownie while staying healthy in just 155 calories. High in fiber, vitamin A and C, these soft brownies will melt in your mouth – not to mention the creamy chocolate chips and maple syrup to send you straight to dessert heaven.

5. Best Ever Applesauce-Spice Muffins

Apples, walnuts and cinnamon. Nothing can go wrong with those ingredients in our Applesauce-Spice Muffins. When concentrating on weight loss goals during the holidays, this low-cal holiday dessert will remind you why you fell in love with baked goods in the first place.

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