100 Calorie Desserts You Can Make In Minutes

Yes, there is such a thing as a good-for-you dessert that tastes sinfully delicious! 2014 is going to be a great year for you — start phasing out the high-fat, high-calorie desserts and make healthy after-dinner choices. Your tummy and thighs will thank you, and you’ll be humming with energy from whole foods. Try one of these simple, quick, and yummy 100 calorie desserts and start your year off right!

  • 100 Calorie Desserts You Can Make In Minutes 1 of 16

    Have a hankering for something sweet?  Try one of these delicious, healthy, low-cal dessert recipes and get your sweet fix without the guilt!

  • Healthy Banana Splits 2 of 16

    Ditch the high-fat ice cream for pureed banana on a bed of sliced pineapple, and add a delectable drizzle of dark chocolate!

    Get the recipe for Healthy Banana Splits

    Calories in 1/4 cup serving: 132

  • Cool Whip Watermelon Sorbet 3 of 16

    Use lite Cool Whip to make this even more calorie conscious, and you've got a dream dessert!

    Get the recipe for Cool Whip Watermelon Sorbet

    Calories in 1/4 cup serving: 96

  • Classic Chocolate Covered Strawberries 4 of 16

    Satisfy your sweet tooth with a chocolate covered strawberry- you get a bonus dose of fruit with your treat!

    Get the recipe for Classic Chocolate Covered Strawberries

    Calories per 2 strawberries: 95

  • Mint Meringues 5 of 16

    With only 3-ingredients and so easy to make, it's hard to stop at just one!

    Get the recipe from Coffee and Quinoa

    Calories per cookie: 64

  • Blackberry Stuffed Baked Apples 6 of 16

    The wonderful smell of this baked dessert will permeate very nook and cranny of your house- eat this treat and still feel good about your health!

    Get the recipe from Gluten Free Scd and Veggie

    Calories for half a baked apple: 99

  • Skinny Monkey Cookies 7 of 16

    You won't feel guilty snacking on these cookies- they're chock full of oatmeal, applesauce, cocoa powder, and bananas!

    Get the recipe from Once a Month Meals

    Calories per cookie: 47

  • Kitty Chow 8 of 16

    This yummy snack is satisfying and fun to eat!

    Get the recipe from Watch Me Do

    Calories per 1 cup serving: 100

  • Fig-Pecan Macarons 9 of 16

    Macarons are made with egg whites and no fat, so they're a naturally low calorie dessert! 

    Get the recipe from Cooking Light

    Calories per cookie: 86

  • Sweet Basil And Dark Chocolate Sorbet 10 of 16

    If your body is craving a chocolate fix, this sweet, delicious dessert is what you need!

    Get the recipe from Back To Her Roots

    Calories per 1/8 cup serving: 101 calories

  • Skinny Fat Elvis Truffles 11 of 16

    Banana and peanut butter are the star ingredients in these yummy truffles- a perfect fix for an after dinner craving!

    Get the recipe from 84th and 3rd

    Calories per truffle: 110
  • Baked Mini Pumpkin Donuts 12 of 16

    Grab an antioxidant rich mini donut and you've got instant portion control! 

    Get the recipe from Citron Limette

    Calories per donut: 102

  • Skinny Chocolate Chip Zucchini Oat Cookies 13 of 16

    Apple butter subs in for full-fat butter in these whole grain cookies!

    Get the recipe from The Messy Baker

    Calories per cookie: 122

  • Cinnamon Apple Chips 14 of 16

    Don't feel guilty piling up your bowl with these healthy apple chips!

    Get the recipe from The Foodie Physician

    Calories per serving: 36

  • Mini Grape Tarts 15 of 16

    One of these creamy, dreamy grape tarts is only 86 calories!

    Get the recipe from Foods for the Soul

    Calories per serving: 86

  • Skinny Chocolate Pie Cups 16 of 16

    Tofu is the secret ingredient in these rich, creamy dessert cups!

    Get the recipe from Scattered Thoughts from a Crafty Mom

    Calories per 1/4 cup serving: 121 calories

Note: All calorie counts in this article were acquired from the Calorie Calculator, and are approximations.

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