12 Healthy Twists on Classic Desserts

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I’m mildy obsessed with dark chocolate. I mean that was an understatement. It’s one of my favorite foods and I don’t even know that it counts as food. Since I want to begin and end each day with the stuff, I have to find sneaky little ways to make my desserts healthier so I don’t sabotage the green smoothie I drank for breakfast and the lentil burg I noshed on for dinner.

Remember my Dark Chocolate Raspberry Black Bean Brownies? Those were 200% just an excuse to eat the damn chocolate bar. I mean why not stuff it in a brownie, knowhwhatimsayinnnn?

Check out 12 Healthy Twists on Classic Desserts

by Hummusapien at Foodie.com

The blog world has been saturated with healthy no-bake bite versions of cookies, beany blondies, and brownies stuffed with spinach and sweet taters. And guess what? I don’t hate it. I don’t hate it one bit. Yes, I like Jeni’s brambleberry crisp ice cream and the bajillion grams of sugar that come along with it as much as the next person, but sometimes you want to be able to dig into a daily treat without flying off the healthy train. As far as I’m concerned, if you can successfully stuff superfoods into classic treats, I’m ALL for it.

Without further adieu, here are twelve fantabulous recipes from some of my favorite bloggers featuring healthy twists on all your favorite confections. Dig in, dudes!

12 Healthy Twists on Classic Desserts

For more healthy desserts, check out my:

Dark Chocolate Raspberry Black Bean Brownies

Flourless Lemon Poppyseed Muffins

Blueberry Peach Quinoa Crumble

Mexican Hot Chocolate Bites

Flourless Cranberry Chocolate Chip Cookies

Strawberry Quinoa Oatmeal Bars

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