Healthy Fruit Dessert Recipes: 101 Recipes From...
Grilling imparts flavor fireworks in chicken, pork, beef, and vegetables. But the beauty of the simple cooking technique doesn't stop at the fruit category. In fact, grilling fruit imparts a smoky flavor you can't get from any other cooking technique. That's why you should keep the fires going when you finish the main course so you can treat your guests to a one-of-a-kind grilled dessert.
Healthy Fruit Dessert Recipes: 101 Recipes from...
We were wowed by the flavors of this luscious dessert. Grilling the fruit caramelizes its sugars and concentrates its flavor, while the creamy tang of crème fraîche perfectly complements the nutty, buttery topping.
Serve these highly-flavored apple rings as a side with pork or chicken. (One serving size for this recipe is three apple slices, but you can easily double the number of slices for even larger, guilt-free portions of this healthy dish.) We liked this recipe with Granny Smiths. For a dessert version, use Pink Lady apples and serve with low-fat ice cream.
Sweet and savory collide in this dish that works as appetizer, hors d'oeuvre, or dessert. Grilling caramelizes the sugars and intensifies the flavor of the fruit (you need two pounds total, but you can use any combination you like), while the black pepper, balsamic vinegar, and hot sauce in the dressing bring out hidden elements you'd never expect to find in peaches, plums, and nectarines.
These healthy dessert recipes all feature delicious ingredients that pack some nutritional value, too. Even when the servings are bite-sized, the flavors are rich enough to quash your cravings for more. What follows is mouthwatering proof that you can keep your weight in check without going crazy from deprivation.
You can also give one (or all!) of these creative recipes a try. Our vegetarian-friendly Pulled Pork-Style BBQ Jackfruit Sandwiches are as hearty and flavorful as the real thing. We also have a super-simple recipe for Jackfruit Citrus Pops that uses jackfruit, lime juice, sugar and coconut water to create a refreshing frozen treat.
Our vegetable dip recipe is replete with fresh veggies and fruits for a light and healthy appetizer or snack that comes together in just 10Vegetable DipThis tabbouleh recipe brings a delightfully crisp and succulent vegan salad to your table within just 10 minutes of tossing.
For 60 days, I drank nothing but fresh fruit and vegetable juice on my Reboot (I documented the experience in my film Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead). During that time I relied on this simple, yet satisfying juice. It is a great juice for boosting your immune system and keeping your whole body clean, healthy, and happy.
However, if you do want to enjoy a smoothie, here are our best practices (but still just recommendations): Include healthy fats from coconut milk, avocado, chia, or other fat sources. Include a scoop or two of unsweetened protein powder. Include fruit lightly, along with greens and other ingredients. And eat it as a side with some real food (like a few eggs and sweet potatoes, or a big veggie hash with avocado.)
How to make healthy chia pudding in 6 amazing flavors! We've got banana bread, chocolate, chai spiced, strawberry shortcake, vanilla coconut, and lemon raspberry. And each of these chia seed pudding recipes are great for breakfast, but also can be enjoyed as a balanced, high protein snack.
My favorite way to eat dessert is with a healthy twist! This list of desserts has lots of great ways to add sweetness, without sacrificing flavor! Any time that I can cut sugar or fat from a dessert that is still tasty, is a win-win in my book!
Chia Pudding: A great option for dessert or breakfast, chia pudding is made from chia seeds that expand when soaked in any liquid. Chia pudding is easily customizable for your tastes. You can use water, milk, or any nondairy milk to as the liquid, add natural sweeteners like honey or maple syrup, and add cocoa or cacao powder if you like chocolate. You can also add fruit, by way of a fruit puree mixed into the pudding or with a fresh fruit topping.
Here's the thing about a beautiful, abundant fruit platter. Around the holidays (and really always), people want to feel seen and special and celebratory and satisfied. But they also want to feel healthy and conscientious and vibrant and responsible.
With fall comes a surplus of healthy crock pot recipes like this one. And while you may be loyal to Motts, we encourage you to step out of your comfort zone, break out your slow cooker, and whip up this fat-free seasonal dessert. Five simple ingredients, no artificial sweeteners and 72 calories per serving, this sauce blows up M's spot.
Of course, you will want to make sure the fridge and pantry are stocked with healthy options like fresh fruit, veggies, hummus, whole grain crackers, sandwich/wrap ingredients. Otherwise, left to their own devices teens will pack chips, cookies, and 5 packs of string cheese.
The fun part about healthy eating is finding new foods and recipes you love that make it easy and enjoyable for you to eat nutrient-dense meals. So, which one of these healthy smoothie recipes are you going to try next? Pick one to make this week and see if you find a new favorite!
I am a big planner:) I always think ahead. I know what I want to make for the week before I go to the store. I also pack our lunches and breakfast the night before. I keep snacks on hand too, so I am never tempted to eat out. I always have a healthy option with me! Great post! And my hubs always asks for the same things, but I deny him because I like to try new recipes..ha! 041b061a72