Attention Nutella addicts! Chocolatey, baked heaven can be yours for only 60 calories a bar, so you don't have to feel guilty about indulging in a few. Find the recipe here.
This brownie recipe uses zucchini and applesauce to make them a little healthier. Don't worry; they taste just as good as the real deal and only have 83 calories a brownie! Find the recipe here.
Ditch the s'mores for this healthier version. Graham crackers smeared with Nutella and topped with a banana slice and coconut. Yum! Find the recipe here.
These are a perfect snack to grab on the go in the morning. A combination of rolled oats, mashed banana, raspberries and chocolate chips make these cookies a no brainer for breakfast! And at only 35 calories a cookie, you're ready to take on the day a healthy way! Find the recipe here.
Yum, this bread looks mouth-watering! Perfect anytime of the day and only 53 calories a slice, you can't beat this berry chocolate bread. Find the recipe here.
Five minutes and you have yourself a poppable chocolate treat. You won't regret making these easy chocolate truffles for family or guests and at only 38 calories, neither will they. Find the recipe here.
If you love mocha flavored treats, you need to get your hands on these brownie bites. Whether in the morning or at night, these 68 calorie brownie bites will satisfy that coffee craving. Find the recipe here.
This red velvet cupcake recipe uses a few interesting ingredients to make them only 88 calories, but decadent nonetheless. Find the recipe here.
You may not want to give up your Reese's just yet, but just try this variation. They're almost like mini chocolate covered cheesecakes with only 60 calories a piece. Find the recipe here.
If you're a cheesecake kind of person, try swapping in Greek yogurt for a healthier option. You can't beat 55 calories per slice! Find the recipe here.
What a perfect pair for your cup of joe. Packed with fiber, flaxseed, whole-wheat flour and under 100 calories each, a biscotti is the perfect treat. Find the recipe here.
Just in time for fall, these caramel apple cookies contain caramel and dried apple in every bite. The recipe makes four dozen, so you'll be able to enjoy the fall flavors for awhile! Find the recipe here.
These bars have a streusel-like topping and a flavor of butterscotch that will leave you craving more. Find the recipe here.
A healthy take on a banana split is just what the doctor ordered... and the nutritionist! It's the perfect treat after a hot summer day, and this version makes it so much healthier. Find the recipe here.
How cute and fun do these dessert nachos look?! Maybe you can even get your stubborn kids to eat this fruit mix! Find the recipe here.
A simple make for an impatient sweet tooth, this key lime pudding will hit the spot. Find the recipe here.