With few calories, carbs and no cholesterol, these delectable drops are practically guilt-free! They’re the perfect way to satisfy your chocolate cravings. Each recipe makes about 4 dozen cookies, so they’re great to bake for a large gathering.
These delectable cookies are sweet enough to remind you of the holidays all year long. This recipe combines rolled oats with apple butter and pumpkin, along with cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and pumpkin pie spice to make a fabulous, can’t-resist cookie.
This mouth-watering apple-cinnamon cobbler is simply heavenly. Apples and cinnamon are sweetened with fructose and baked under a honey buttermilk biscuit crust in this can’t-miss dessert. For an extra treat, serve a la mode with fat-free frozen vanilla yogurt, ice cream or whipped topping.
What’s not to love about sugar cookies? Especially when they have a perfectly delicious nutty almond flavor. These cookies are perfect for splurging when you have a sweet tooth, and they also make a great dessert for numerous occasions from cookie swaps to classrooms.
Mmmm, mmmm…is there any better combination than peanut butter and chocolate when it comes to desserts? With chunky peanut butter plus chips, these soft cookies pack a big peanut punch. Throw in some oats and chocolate chips, and you have an irresistible treat.
It's fall, and it's almost Halloween. If you're craving a yummy pumpkin recipe as you carve the jack-o-lantern, try this one. These moist pumpkin muffins are melt-in-your-mouth delicious!
Just because you have diabetes doesn’t mean you need to deprive yourself of delicious desserts. Our lighter version of this traditional favorite is topped with fresh strawberries and plain yogurt. Serves 6
Who doesn't love rocky road? This All-American ice cream flavor makes a fabulous pudding, too! Serve with dinner as dessert, or treat yourself to an afternoon snack. Tastes great warm or cold.
Who can resist the sweet combination of chocolate chips and raisins? This recipe is not only delicious but versatile, too! Reduce the fat content even more by omitting the chocolate chips and adding more raisins. Or make them heart-healthy with crunchy walnuts instead of chocolate chips. You can't go wrong either way!
This diabetic dessert will melt in your mouth, taking the smooth texture of mousse and putting a hint of raspberry that will tantalize your taste buds with fruity sweetness. In order to make this diabetic dessert, you'll need the following ingredients: