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Healthy ice-cream sandwiches exist.
When cookies and brownies collide, the result is magic.
Make ’em for dessert. Then eat ’em again for breakfast.
As delicious as they are pretty.
Whip these up in just 20 minutes.
Shhh, these brownies are much healthier than they look.
Our diet game plan: Eat more cookies.
When you need that ice-cream fix, look no further.
The proof is in the pudding.
Fruity, nutty and chocolaty in every bite.
Even the Girl Scouts will be jealous of these.
Hmm, we think we’ll help ourselves to an extra scoop.
The cutest little treats we ever did see.
What’s a “smudgy,” you ask? It involves banana, peanut butter and graham crackers, and that’s really all you need to know.
When a chocolate craving strikes, we’ve got you covered.
Oooh, it’s like airy whipped cream and decadent fudge had a baby.
See? It’s got fruit!
Aren’t these just adorable?
Dessert doesn’t have to involve chocolate and ice cream (although it certainly never hurts).
Fact: There’s no wrong time for pancakes.
Infinitely better than a PSL.
You’d never guess that these little guys are made with veggies.
Just like little slices of heaven.
A healthier take on Reese’s.
We’ll never get tired of these classic cookies.
OK, these have 107 calories. Call it a cheat day.
Truffles > lattes.
Breakfast or dessert? The choice is yours.
We’re suddenly nostalgic for fifth-grade sleepovers.
Double the chocolate, double the fun.
Finally, a zero-guilt Christmas cookie.
Whoever invented this flavor combo was a damn genius.
Wayyy better than the store-bought version.
Baking with citrus is seriously underrated.
Pretend it’s your birthday.
Satisfy your sweet tooth and load up on protein while you’re at it.
What happened to the flour? Who cares?
Wash ’em down with a glass of milk.
Pretend it’s summertime all year long.
Meet the key to rich, healthy desserts: sweet potato.
Single-serve and seriously satisfying.
That sprinkle of cinnamon and sugar gets us every time.
The perfect shape for dunking.
Almost too good to be true.
And almost too beautiful to eat. (Eh, just kidding.)
Mug desserts are life.
It’s basically a fruit salad.
Yesss, you can have four and still stay under 100 calories.
These were definitely sent from heaven.
Move over, Starbucks.
Sweet, refreshing and healthy? This can’t be real.
Take them with you for an on-the-go snack.
There’s no flour or sugar in these babies.
Once you pop, you just can’t stop.
Totally decadent, totally low-cal.
Yep. It actually exists.
No mixing bowl required.
It’s like a resort vacation for your mouth.
Hands down, the most darling dessert we’ve ever seen.
It’s all about that frosting drizzle.
Mmm, they’re best straight out of the oven.
We won’t tell if you eat two.
Store-bought puff-pastry dough saves the day.
And if you have a little leftover dough, make these.
So much better than the ones from the grocery store.
Top ’em with sprinkles, chocolate chips, chopped peanuts or coconut.
Just in time for Thanksgiving.
“What’s tortoni?” you ask? It’s Italian ice cream, and you can have four of them.
Yep, we’re officially giving you permission to eat chocolate for breakfast.
Get extra antioxidants during dessert.
If you want to get fancy, use a brûlée torch.
Psst, these bad boys are vegan and gluten-free.
You don’t have to wait for the holidays to try these.
Brownies never get old.
The perfect movie snack.
Great for breakfast, dessert or whenever.
Look up fall in the dictionary and you’ll find these.
Topped with fruit, these are heavenly.
When you need that midday sugar fix.
No eggs. No milk. No problem.
Totally healthy and packed with protein.
Have you ever seen anything more beautiful?
Listen up, gluten-free friends.
Eat it a la mode with some frozen yogurt.
If this is what they eat in Italy, sign us up.
Oooh, we love these little lacy holiday cookies.
Pair it with a dollop of vanilla frozen yogurt if you really want to get fancy.
Decorate these guilt-free treats with the whole family.
Our two favorite desserts, together at last.
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