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Don’t feel like baking a cake? Whip up this dip instead. Made with cream cheese, shredded carrots, pineapple juice, and plenty of ground cinnamon,
All you need to create these mouth-watering popsicles is strawberries, lemon, jam, a touch of sugar, and a blender.
These muffins, made with buckwheat flour, ground cinnamon, and nutmeg, use unsweetened applesauce to achieve.
If you’ve got some pears lying around, you’ve got dessert. Made using a handful of ingredients, these poached pears can be served as-is or with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream
if we told you that there are only two ingredients in this easy-to-make recipe? All this sorbet calls for is frozen watermelon and sugar—it doesn’t get much simpler than that.
If you’re craving a sweet treat but want something a bit healthier, try this chia pudding recipe made with maple syrup, almond milk, vanilla extract, and sliced fruit
A vegan cheesecake topped with berries and made with a crumbly, mouth-watering crust? Sign us up.
Title literally—any fruit can be added to this fool-proof dessert that's great to make during warm weather hangs or weekend dinners with friends.
Is there anything more delicious than a peach galette served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream? Ditch the sugar for a less sweet version.
Fruit skewers are an inventive way to pack more vitamins and nutrients into your diet. This recipe calls for peaches, strawberries, and pineapple..
Easy to prepare and make, these baked peaches feel like springtime in a bowl.