- Banana Oatmeal Chocolate Cookies
- 3-2-1 Cake
- Strawberry Cool Whip Cookies
- To Die For Coconut Cookies
- Skinny Chocolate Cheesecake Mousse
- Strawberry Swirl Cheesecake
- Lemon Cheesecake Yogurt Cups
- Pumpkin Swirl Cheesecake Cupcakes
- Skinny Pina Colada Ice Pops
- Berry Cobbler
- Chocolate Zucchini Cupcakes
- Weight Watchers Brownie Bites
- Skinny Funfetti Cake Batter Dip
- Healthy Oreos
- Weight Watchers Chocolate Crunch Bars
- Skinny Peanut Butter Granola Bites
- Creamy Lemon Pie
- Skinny BTS Cake
- Skinny Chocolate Muffin
- Post-Workout Banana Bites
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Craving something sweet?
Just because you are watching what you eat doesn’t mean that you have to cut desserts out of your life completely . . . I am a firm believer in moderation and a proper-sized desserts every once in a while is just fine!
Click on the pictures below to get the recipe for each of these delicious desserts that have less than 200 calories per serving.
Keep it to one serving and you can help curb that sugar craving and still stay in control of your diet! Scroll down for the recipes.
Also, the picture in the top image is a fancy version of this Chocolate Pumpkin Mug Cake . . . you can add frosting like the picture if you desire, but it will take it over 200 calories per serving. 🙂
How Can I Satisfy My Sweet Tooth?
Sometimes it’s okay to say “yes” to a sweet craving and enjoy an appropriate portion of a treat. If your meals are healthy, you shouldn’t ever need to feel bad about enjoying a dessert. You may even need to plan for a few yummy treats as part of a healthy diet. When it comes to dessert, choose quality over quantity.
But when you experience sweet cravings all the time, that’s when you might want to take control of your sweet-tooth.
When you are craving something sweet, check yourself to see if you are bored, tired, or actually hungry. Would there be another fun activity (like journaling, yoga, singing, drawing, going for a walk, etc.) that might make you just as happy and satisfied? You can also try to set a timer for 10 minutes. You might find that you don’t need the sweet treat after you waited for 10 minutes. And if you still want something sweet, then have a little piece!
You also might find that you will be just as satisfied with a healthy snack instead of a dessert. Try a small piece of dark chocolate, it can help reduce (and satisfy) cravings. You can also try drinking water or flavored water, eating a fruit or dried fruit, sucking on a mint, chewing gum, or practice just having a tiny scoop of ice cream. It’s okay to indulge occasionally, that’s why I put together this list of great desserts for you!
Practice some of these strategies over time, and you’ll find something that really works for you. It might just really hit the spot and then you won’t have the “why did I just eat that whole brownie?” feeling.
What Desserts are Healthy?
If you’re going to eat a dessert, you want it to taste good. You don’t always need to find desserts that have hidden vegetables, zero sugar, or tiny serving sizes. Almost any dessert can be appropriate just as long as you control your portion size! Just dish one serving and take your time savoring every bite.
If you are looking for desserts that have lower calories try angel food cake, berry cobblers, frozen yogurt, a small cookie, jello, or a popsicle.
There are some steps you can take to make a dessert healthier and still taste good. Try some of my favorite healthier dessert recipes:
Or try some of the recipes below!
20 Skinny Desserts Under 200 Calories Per Serving:
Click on the picture to be taken to the recipe!
*Click on these links if you can’t get them to work by clicking on their picture:
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