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10 Easy DIY Arrangements That You Can Eat

10 Easy DIY Arrangements That You Can Eat

Create fun, exciting centerpieces from your favorite foods

Incorporate pasta on your menu and as decor for an extra touch of decor.

In the past, you've seen some extremely creative ideas for centerpieces. Whether at a themed party or an extravagant shower, tables were accented with just the right flower or kitschy object to set the mood perfectly. After being wowed by the atmosphere, you dug right into the delicious food, tasting to your heart's content. And like any truly successful party should, it had you talking about the food.

The worlds of art and food have a long, intertwined history together. The Egyptians painted food on the walls of their tombs, believing it would nourish them in the after life. The Greek and Roman empires prided themselves on the realistic portrayal of food in artwork, a mark of their vast wealth and generous hospitality. Across the globe, there are competitions dedicated to ornately carving fruits and vegetables. Today, we have TV programs that celebrate not only the quality of food, but also its presentation. From appreciating of still life to enjoying a colorful plate, we find food comforting and appeasing all at once.

For your next big shindig, why not combine these worlds easily and elegantly with an edible display that doubles as hors d'oeuvres and a centerpiece? With a little help from Pinterest, we’ve gathered ideas from white chocolate-dipped strawberries that act as a gorgeous bridal dress to potted dirt cake centerpieces for your next garden party. These easy DIY decorations will dazzle your guests' stomachs and their eyes.


60 Sneakily Healthy Desserts That Help You Lose Weight

Can't get your little ones to eat their veggies? Sneak the greens into their dessert &mdash they won't even notice.

Get the recipe at Delish.

For a refreshing after-dinner treat, this sorbet is light on the palette and the stomach.

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping.

By using low-fat everything you'll cut the fat and calories from this delicious pie. That means you can eat more than one slice, right?

Get the recipe at Women's Day.

This delicious dessert is made with graham crackers and Greek yogurt &mdash which means you really can have your cake and eat it, too!

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping.

Once you taste these pucker-worthy grapes, you'll say goodbye to Sour Patch Kids for good.

Get the recipe at Delish.

Peanut butter is the ultimate healthy comfort food, and bananas are loaded with potassium. But put that healthy combo on graham crackers, and boom &mdash you have this dessert.

Get the recipe at Joyceyvonna.

It's like a pie &mdash only, without the guilt and the calories.

Get the recipe at SkinnyMs.

Spoiler alert: There's no ice cream here. Bananas give this dessert its creamy, sweet taste.

Get the recipe at The Baker Mama.

OK, OK, maybe they're not "cookies" in the traditional sense, but it's modern times! These desserts are still sweet and easy to snack on. and, oh yeah, mega healthy.

Get the recipe at Paleo Eats and Treats.

The only ingredients here? Dates, cherries, and almonds. Delicious, healthy, and super, super easy to make for anyone with an aversion to making desserts with lots of ingredients.

Get the recipe at The Kitchn.

Low-carb brownies!? Yes, you read that correctly. And who knew it was so easy to sneak veggies into desserts?

Get the recipe at Cafe Delites.

How can something this delicious be low-carb? Sorcery? Actually, it's almond flour and Truvia. but sorcery does sound better.

Get the recipe at Mostly Homemade Mom.

No offense to Twix or anything, but these happen to be vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, and free of any refined sugar. and they're still delicious.

Get the recipe at Bakerita.

Coconut oil, freeze dried raspberries, and honey &mdash that's it! Downing a superfood like coconut oil has never been so easy.

Get the recipe at Ancestral Nutrition.

It's not just FroYo &mdash it's frozen Greek yogurt, so you're getting something extra healthy.

Get the recipe at SkinnyMs.

This dessert is sweet relief for those who can't eat dairy &mdash or anyone who's watching her waistline. Bananas and Almond Breeze almond milk cashew milk blend give this dessert its cream taste.

Get the recipe at Life a Little Brighter.

Did you know that nachos can be healthy? They can, if they're apples doused in peanut butter with a touch of chocolate.

Get the recipe at Trial and Eater.

Frozen bananas + matcha = something super satisfying and delicious.

Get the recipe at Oh How Civilized.

You'll want these muffins for breakfast. and dessert. and a snack. and.

Get the recipe at Ambitious Kitchen.

Best part about this dessert: you can actually eat it for breakfast.

Get the recipe at House of Yumm.

When you're hankering for a bowl of ice cream, rest easy knowing this low-fat sorbet is nothing more than whipped up coconut milk topped with good-for-you almonds and mini chocolate chips. And it's delicious.


60 Sneakily Healthy Desserts That Help You Lose Weight

Can't get your little ones to eat their veggies? Sneak the greens into their dessert &mdash they won't even notice.

Get the recipe at Delish.

For a refreshing after-dinner treat, this sorbet is light on the palette and the stomach.

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping.

By using low-fat everything you'll cut the fat and calories from this delicious pie. That means you can eat more than one slice, right?

Get the recipe at Women's Day.

This delicious dessert is made with graham crackers and Greek yogurt &mdash which means you really can have your cake and eat it, too!

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping.

Once you taste these pucker-worthy grapes, you'll say goodbye to Sour Patch Kids for good.

Get the recipe at Delish.

Peanut butter is the ultimate healthy comfort food, and bananas are loaded with potassium. But put that healthy combo on graham crackers, and boom &mdash you have this dessert.

Get the recipe at Joyceyvonna.

It's like a pie &mdash only, without the guilt and the calories.

Get the recipe at SkinnyMs.

Spoiler alert: There's no ice cream here. Bananas give this dessert its creamy, sweet taste.

Get the recipe at The Baker Mama.

OK, OK, maybe they're not "cookies" in the traditional sense, but it's modern times! These desserts are still sweet and easy to snack on. and, oh yeah, mega healthy.

Get the recipe at Paleo Eats and Treats.

The only ingredients here? Dates, cherries, and almonds. Delicious, healthy, and super, super easy to make for anyone with an aversion to making desserts with lots of ingredients.

Get the recipe at The Kitchn.

Low-carb brownies!? Yes, you read that correctly. And who knew it was so easy to sneak veggies into desserts?

Get the recipe at Cafe Delites.

How can something this delicious be low-carb? Sorcery? Actually, it's almond flour and Truvia. but sorcery does sound better.

Get the recipe at Mostly Homemade Mom.

No offense to Twix or anything, but these happen to be vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, and free of any refined sugar. and they're still delicious.

Get the recipe at Bakerita.

Coconut oil, freeze dried raspberries, and honey &mdash that's it! Downing a superfood like coconut oil has never been so easy.

Get the recipe at Ancestral Nutrition.

It's not just FroYo &mdash it's frozen Greek yogurt, so you're getting something extra healthy.

Get the recipe at SkinnyMs.

This dessert is sweet relief for those who can't eat dairy &mdash or anyone who's watching her waistline. Bananas and Almond Breeze almond milk cashew milk blend give this dessert its cream taste.

Get the recipe at Life a Little Brighter.

Did you know that nachos can be healthy? They can, if they're apples doused in peanut butter with a touch of chocolate.

Get the recipe at Trial and Eater.

Frozen bananas + matcha = something super satisfying and delicious.

Get the recipe at Oh How Civilized.

You'll want these muffins for breakfast. and dessert. and a snack. and.

Get the recipe at Ambitious Kitchen.

Best part about this dessert: you can actually eat it for breakfast.

Get the recipe at House of Yumm.

When you're hankering for a bowl of ice cream, rest easy knowing this low-fat sorbet is nothing more than whipped up coconut milk topped with good-for-you almonds and mini chocolate chips. And it's delicious.


60 Sneakily Healthy Desserts That Help You Lose Weight

Can't get your little ones to eat their veggies? Sneak the greens into their dessert &mdash they won't even notice.

Get the recipe at Delish.

For a refreshing after-dinner treat, this sorbet is light on the palette and the stomach.

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping.

By using low-fat everything you'll cut the fat and calories from this delicious pie. That means you can eat more than one slice, right?

Get the recipe at Women's Day.

This delicious dessert is made with graham crackers and Greek yogurt &mdash which means you really can have your cake and eat it, too!

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping.

Once you taste these pucker-worthy grapes, you'll say goodbye to Sour Patch Kids for good.

Get the recipe at Delish.

Peanut butter is the ultimate healthy comfort food, and bananas are loaded with potassium. But put that healthy combo on graham crackers, and boom &mdash you have this dessert.

Get the recipe at Joyceyvonna.

It's like a pie &mdash only, without the guilt and the calories.

Get the recipe at SkinnyMs.

Spoiler alert: There's no ice cream here. Bananas give this dessert its creamy, sweet taste.

Get the recipe at The Baker Mama.

OK, OK, maybe they're not "cookies" in the traditional sense, but it's modern times! These desserts are still sweet and easy to snack on. and, oh yeah, mega healthy.

Get the recipe at Paleo Eats and Treats.

The only ingredients here? Dates, cherries, and almonds. Delicious, healthy, and super, super easy to make for anyone with an aversion to making desserts with lots of ingredients.

Get the recipe at The Kitchn.

Low-carb brownies!? Yes, you read that correctly. And who knew it was so easy to sneak veggies into desserts?

Get the recipe at Cafe Delites.

How can something this delicious be low-carb? Sorcery? Actually, it's almond flour and Truvia. but sorcery does sound better.

Get the recipe at Mostly Homemade Mom.

No offense to Twix or anything, but these happen to be vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, and free of any refined sugar. and they're still delicious.

Get the recipe at Bakerita.

Coconut oil, freeze dried raspberries, and honey &mdash that's it! Downing a superfood like coconut oil has never been so easy.

Get the recipe at Ancestral Nutrition.

It's not just FroYo &mdash it's frozen Greek yogurt, so you're getting something extra healthy.

Get the recipe at SkinnyMs.

This dessert is sweet relief for those who can't eat dairy &mdash or anyone who's watching her waistline. Bananas and Almond Breeze almond milk cashew milk blend give this dessert its cream taste.

Get the recipe at Life a Little Brighter.

Did you know that nachos can be healthy? They can, if they're apples doused in peanut butter with a touch of chocolate.

Get the recipe at Trial and Eater.

Frozen bananas + matcha = something super satisfying and delicious.

Get the recipe at Oh How Civilized.

You'll want these muffins for breakfast. and dessert. and a snack. and.

Get the recipe at Ambitious Kitchen.

Best part about this dessert: you can actually eat it for breakfast.

Get the recipe at House of Yumm.

When you're hankering for a bowl of ice cream, rest easy knowing this low-fat sorbet is nothing more than whipped up coconut milk topped with good-for-you almonds and mini chocolate chips. And it's delicious.


60 Sneakily Healthy Desserts That Help You Lose Weight

Can't get your little ones to eat their veggies? Sneak the greens into their dessert &mdash they won't even notice.

Get the recipe at Delish.

For a refreshing after-dinner treat, this sorbet is light on the palette and the stomach.

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping.

By using low-fat everything you'll cut the fat and calories from this delicious pie. That means you can eat more than one slice, right?

Get the recipe at Women's Day.

This delicious dessert is made with graham crackers and Greek yogurt &mdash which means you really can have your cake and eat it, too!

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping.

Once you taste these pucker-worthy grapes, you'll say goodbye to Sour Patch Kids for good.

Get the recipe at Delish.

Peanut butter is the ultimate healthy comfort food, and bananas are loaded with potassium. But put that healthy combo on graham crackers, and boom &mdash you have this dessert.

Get the recipe at Joyceyvonna.

It's like a pie &mdash only, without the guilt and the calories.

Get the recipe at SkinnyMs.

Spoiler alert: There's no ice cream here. Bananas give this dessert its creamy, sweet taste.

Get the recipe at The Baker Mama.

OK, OK, maybe they're not "cookies" in the traditional sense, but it's modern times! These desserts are still sweet and easy to snack on. and, oh yeah, mega healthy.

Get the recipe at Paleo Eats and Treats.

The only ingredients here? Dates, cherries, and almonds. Delicious, healthy, and super, super easy to make for anyone with an aversion to making desserts with lots of ingredients.

Get the recipe at The Kitchn.

Low-carb brownies!? Yes, you read that correctly. And who knew it was so easy to sneak veggies into desserts?

Get the recipe at Cafe Delites.

How can something this delicious be low-carb? Sorcery? Actually, it's almond flour and Truvia. but sorcery does sound better.

Get the recipe at Mostly Homemade Mom.

No offense to Twix or anything, but these happen to be vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, and free of any refined sugar. and they're still delicious.

Get the recipe at Bakerita.

Coconut oil, freeze dried raspberries, and honey &mdash that's it! Downing a superfood like coconut oil has never been so easy.

Get the recipe at Ancestral Nutrition.

It's not just FroYo &mdash it's frozen Greek yogurt, so you're getting something extra healthy.

Get the recipe at SkinnyMs.

This dessert is sweet relief for those who can't eat dairy &mdash or anyone who's watching her waistline. Bananas and Almond Breeze almond milk cashew milk blend give this dessert its cream taste.

Get the recipe at Life a Little Brighter.

Did you know that nachos can be healthy? They can, if they're apples doused in peanut butter with a touch of chocolate.

Get the recipe at Trial and Eater.

Frozen bananas + matcha = something super satisfying and delicious.

Get the recipe at Oh How Civilized.

You'll want these muffins for breakfast. and dessert. and a snack. and.

Get the recipe at Ambitious Kitchen.

Best part about this dessert: you can actually eat it for breakfast.

Get the recipe at House of Yumm.

When you're hankering for a bowl of ice cream, rest easy knowing this low-fat sorbet is nothing more than whipped up coconut milk topped with good-for-you almonds and mini chocolate chips. And it's delicious.


60 Sneakily Healthy Desserts That Help You Lose Weight

Can't get your little ones to eat their veggies? Sneak the greens into their dessert &mdash they won't even notice.

Get the recipe at Delish.

For a refreshing after-dinner treat, this sorbet is light on the palette and the stomach.

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping.

By using low-fat everything you'll cut the fat and calories from this delicious pie. That means you can eat more than one slice, right?

Get the recipe at Women's Day.

This delicious dessert is made with graham crackers and Greek yogurt &mdash which means you really can have your cake and eat it, too!

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping.

Once you taste these pucker-worthy grapes, you'll say goodbye to Sour Patch Kids for good.

Get the recipe at Delish.

Peanut butter is the ultimate healthy comfort food, and bananas are loaded with potassium. But put that healthy combo on graham crackers, and boom &mdash you have this dessert.

Get the recipe at Joyceyvonna.

It's like a pie &mdash only, without the guilt and the calories.

Get the recipe at SkinnyMs.

Spoiler alert: There's no ice cream here. Bananas give this dessert its creamy, sweet taste.

Get the recipe at The Baker Mama.

OK, OK, maybe they're not "cookies" in the traditional sense, but it's modern times! These desserts are still sweet and easy to snack on. and, oh yeah, mega healthy.

Get the recipe at Paleo Eats and Treats.

The only ingredients here? Dates, cherries, and almonds. Delicious, healthy, and super, super easy to make for anyone with an aversion to making desserts with lots of ingredients.

Get the recipe at The Kitchn.

Low-carb brownies!? Yes, you read that correctly. And who knew it was so easy to sneak veggies into desserts?

Get the recipe at Cafe Delites.

How can something this delicious be low-carb? Sorcery? Actually, it's almond flour and Truvia. but sorcery does sound better.

Get the recipe at Mostly Homemade Mom.

No offense to Twix or anything, but these happen to be vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, and free of any refined sugar. and they're still delicious.

Get the recipe at Bakerita.

Coconut oil, freeze dried raspberries, and honey &mdash that's it! Downing a superfood like coconut oil has never been so easy.

Get the recipe at Ancestral Nutrition.

It's not just FroYo &mdash it's frozen Greek yogurt, so you're getting something extra healthy.

Get the recipe at SkinnyMs.

This dessert is sweet relief for those who can't eat dairy &mdash or anyone who's watching her waistline. Bananas and Almond Breeze almond milk cashew milk blend give this dessert its cream taste.

Get the recipe at Life a Little Brighter.

Did you know that nachos can be healthy? They can, if they're apples doused in peanut butter with a touch of chocolate.

Get the recipe at Trial and Eater.

Frozen bananas + matcha = something super satisfying and delicious.

Get the recipe at Oh How Civilized.

You'll want these muffins for breakfast. and dessert. and a snack. and.

Get the recipe at Ambitious Kitchen.

Best part about this dessert: you can actually eat it for breakfast.

Get the recipe at House of Yumm.

When you're hankering for a bowl of ice cream, rest easy knowing this low-fat sorbet is nothing more than whipped up coconut milk topped with good-for-you almonds and mini chocolate chips. And it's delicious.


60 Sneakily Healthy Desserts That Help You Lose Weight

Can't get your little ones to eat their veggies? Sneak the greens into their dessert &mdash they won't even notice.

Get the recipe at Delish.

For a refreshing after-dinner treat, this sorbet is light on the palette and the stomach.

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping.

By using low-fat everything you'll cut the fat and calories from this delicious pie. That means you can eat more than one slice, right?

Get the recipe at Women's Day.

This delicious dessert is made with graham crackers and Greek yogurt &mdash which means you really can have your cake and eat it, too!

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping.

Once you taste these pucker-worthy grapes, you'll say goodbye to Sour Patch Kids for good.

Get the recipe at Delish.

Peanut butter is the ultimate healthy comfort food, and bananas are loaded with potassium. But put that healthy combo on graham crackers, and boom &mdash you have this dessert.

Get the recipe at Joyceyvonna.

It's like a pie &mdash only, without the guilt and the calories.

Get the recipe at SkinnyMs.

Spoiler alert: There's no ice cream here. Bananas give this dessert its creamy, sweet taste.

Get the recipe at The Baker Mama.

OK, OK, maybe they're not "cookies" in the traditional sense, but it's modern times! These desserts are still sweet and easy to snack on. and, oh yeah, mega healthy.

Get the recipe at Paleo Eats and Treats.

The only ingredients here? Dates, cherries, and almonds. Delicious, healthy, and super, super easy to make for anyone with an aversion to making desserts with lots of ingredients.

Get the recipe at The Kitchn.

Low-carb brownies!? Yes, you read that correctly. And who knew it was so easy to sneak veggies into desserts?

Get the recipe at Cafe Delites.

How can something this delicious be low-carb? Sorcery? Actually, it's almond flour and Truvia. but sorcery does sound better.

Get the recipe at Mostly Homemade Mom.

No offense to Twix or anything, but these happen to be vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, and free of any refined sugar. and they're still delicious.

Get the recipe at Bakerita.

Coconut oil, freeze dried raspberries, and honey &mdash that's it! Downing a superfood like coconut oil has never been so easy.

Get the recipe at Ancestral Nutrition.

It's not just FroYo &mdash it's frozen Greek yogurt, so you're getting something extra healthy.

Get the recipe at SkinnyMs.

This dessert is sweet relief for those who can't eat dairy &mdash or anyone who's watching her waistline. Bananas and Almond Breeze almond milk cashew milk blend give this dessert its cream taste.

Get the recipe at Life a Little Brighter.

Did you know that nachos can be healthy? They can, if they're apples doused in peanut butter with a touch of chocolate.

Get the recipe at Trial and Eater.

Frozen bananas + matcha = something super satisfying and delicious.

Get the recipe at Oh How Civilized.

You'll want these muffins for breakfast. and dessert. and a snack. and.

Get the recipe at Ambitious Kitchen.

Best part about this dessert: you can actually eat it for breakfast.

Get the recipe at House of Yumm.

When you're hankering for a bowl of ice cream, rest easy knowing this low-fat sorbet is nothing more than whipped up coconut milk topped with good-for-you almonds and mini chocolate chips. And it's delicious.


60 Sneakily Healthy Desserts That Help You Lose Weight

Can't get your little ones to eat their veggies? Sneak the greens into their dessert &mdash they won't even notice.

Get the recipe at Delish.

For a refreshing after-dinner treat, this sorbet is light on the palette and the stomach.

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping.

By using low-fat everything you'll cut the fat and calories from this delicious pie. That means you can eat more than one slice, right?

Get the recipe at Women's Day.

This delicious dessert is made with graham crackers and Greek yogurt &mdash which means you really can have your cake and eat it, too!

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping.

Once you taste these pucker-worthy grapes, you'll say goodbye to Sour Patch Kids for good.

Get the recipe at Delish.

Peanut butter is the ultimate healthy comfort food, and bananas are loaded with potassium. But put that healthy combo on graham crackers, and boom &mdash you have this dessert.

Get the recipe at Joyceyvonna.

It's like a pie &mdash only, without the guilt and the calories.

Get the recipe at SkinnyMs.

Spoiler alert: There's no ice cream here. Bananas give this dessert its creamy, sweet taste.

Get the recipe at The Baker Mama.

OK, OK, maybe they're not "cookies" in the traditional sense, but it's modern times! These desserts are still sweet and easy to snack on. and, oh yeah, mega healthy.

Get the recipe at Paleo Eats and Treats.

The only ingredients here? Dates, cherries, and almonds. Delicious, healthy, and super, super easy to make for anyone with an aversion to making desserts with lots of ingredients.

Get the recipe at The Kitchn.

Low-carb brownies!? Yes, you read that correctly. And who knew it was so easy to sneak veggies into desserts?

Get the recipe at Cafe Delites.

How can something this delicious be low-carb? Sorcery? Actually, it's almond flour and Truvia. but sorcery does sound better.

Get the recipe at Mostly Homemade Mom.

No offense to Twix or anything, but these happen to be vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, and free of any refined sugar. and they're still delicious.

Get the recipe at Bakerita.

Coconut oil, freeze dried raspberries, and honey &mdash that's it! Downing a superfood like coconut oil has never been so easy.

Get the recipe at Ancestral Nutrition.

It's not just FroYo &mdash it's frozen Greek yogurt, so you're getting something extra healthy.

Get the recipe at SkinnyMs.

This dessert is sweet relief for those who can't eat dairy &mdash or anyone who's watching her waistline. Bananas and Almond Breeze almond milk cashew milk blend give this dessert its cream taste.

Get the recipe at Life a Little Brighter.

Did you know that nachos can be healthy? They can, if they're apples doused in peanut butter with a touch of chocolate.

Get the recipe at Trial and Eater.

Frozen bananas + matcha = something super satisfying and delicious.

Get the recipe at Oh How Civilized.

You'll want these muffins for breakfast. and dessert. and a snack. and.

Get the recipe at Ambitious Kitchen.

Best part about this dessert: you can actually eat it for breakfast.

Get the recipe at House of Yumm.

When you're hankering for a bowl of ice cream, rest easy knowing this low-fat sorbet is nothing more than whipped up coconut milk topped with good-for-you almonds and mini chocolate chips. And it's delicious.


60 Sneakily Healthy Desserts That Help You Lose Weight

Can't get your little ones to eat their veggies? Sneak the greens into their dessert &mdash they won't even notice.

Get the recipe at Delish.

For a refreshing after-dinner treat, this sorbet is light on the palette and the stomach.

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping.

By using low-fat everything you'll cut the fat and calories from this delicious pie. That means you can eat more than one slice, right?

Get the recipe at Women's Day.

This delicious dessert is made with graham crackers and Greek yogurt &mdash which means you really can have your cake and eat it, too!

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping.

Once you taste these pucker-worthy grapes, you'll say goodbye to Sour Patch Kids for good.

Get the recipe at Delish.

Peanut butter is the ultimate healthy comfort food, and bananas are loaded with potassium. But put that healthy combo on graham crackers, and boom &mdash you have this dessert.

Get the recipe at Joyceyvonna.

It's like a pie &mdash only, without the guilt and the calories.

Get the recipe at SkinnyMs.

Spoiler alert: There's no ice cream here. Bananas give this dessert its creamy, sweet taste.

Get the recipe at The Baker Mama.

OK, OK, maybe they're not "cookies" in the traditional sense, but it's modern times! These desserts are still sweet and easy to snack on. and, oh yeah, mega healthy.

Get the recipe at Paleo Eats and Treats.

The only ingredients here? Dates, cherries, and almonds. Delicious, healthy, and super, super easy to make for anyone with an aversion to making desserts with lots of ingredients.

Get the recipe at The Kitchn.

Low-carb brownies!? Yes, you read that correctly. And who knew it was so easy to sneak veggies into desserts?

Get the recipe at Cafe Delites.

How can something this delicious be low-carb? Sorcery? Actually, it's almond flour and Truvia. but sorcery does sound better.

Get the recipe at Mostly Homemade Mom.

No offense to Twix or anything, but these happen to be vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, and free of any refined sugar. and they're still delicious.

Get the recipe at Bakerita.

Coconut oil, freeze dried raspberries, and honey &mdash that's it! Downing a superfood like coconut oil has never been so easy.

Get the recipe at Ancestral Nutrition.

It's not just FroYo &mdash it's frozen Greek yogurt, so you're getting something extra healthy.

Get the recipe at SkinnyMs.

This dessert is sweet relief for those who can't eat dairy &mdash or anyone who's watching her waistline. Bananas and Almond Breeze almond milk cashew milk blend give this dessert its cream taste.

Get the recipe at Life a Little Brighter.

Did you know that nachos can be healthy? They can, if they're apples doused in peanut butter with a touch of chocolate.

Get the recipe at Trial and Eater.

Frozen bananas + matcha = something super satisfying and delicious.

Get the recipe at Oh How Civilized.

You'll want these muffins for breakfast. and dessert. and a snack. and.

Get the recipe at Ambitious Kitchen.

Best part about this dessert: you can actually eat it for breakfast.

Get the recipe at House of Yumm.

When you're hankering for a bowl of ice cream, rest easy knowing this low-fat sorbet is nothing more than whipped up coconut milk topped with good-for-you almonds and mini chocolate chips. And it's delicious.


60 Sneakily Healthy Desserts That Help You Lose Weight

Can't get your little ones to eat their veggies? Sneak the greens into their dessert &mdash they won't even notice.

Get the recipe at Delish.

For a refreshing after-dinner treat, this sorbet is light on the palette and the stomach.

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping.

By using low-fat everything you'll cut the fat and calories from this delicious pie. That means you can eat more than one slice, right?

Get the recipe at Women's Day.

This delicious dessert is made with graham crackers and Greek yogurt &mdash which means you really can have your cake and eat it, too!

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping.

Once you taste these pucker-worthy grapes, you'll say goodbye to Sour Patch Kids for good.

Get the recipe at Delish.

Peanut butter is the ultimate healthy comfort food, and bananas are loaded with potassium. But put that healthy combo on graham crackers, and boom &mdash you have this dessert.

Get the recipe at Joyceyvonna.

It's like a pie &mdash only, without the guilt and the calories.

Get the recipe at SkinnyMs.

Spoiler alert: There's no ice cream here. Bananas give this dessert its creamy, sweet taste.

Get the recipe at The Baker Mama.

OK, OK, maybe they're not "cookies" in the traditional sense, but it's modern times! These desserts are still sweet and easy to snack on. and, oh yeah, mega healthy.

Get the recipe at Paleo Eats and Treats.

The only ingredients here? Dates, cherries, and almonds. Delicious, healthy, and super, super easy to make for anyone with an aversion to making desserts with lots of ingredients.

Get the recipe at The Kitchn.

Low-carb brownies!? Yes, you read that correctly. And who knew it was so easy to sneak veggies into desserts?

Get the recipe at Cafe Delites.

How can something this delicious be low-carb? Sorcery? Actually, it's almond flour and Truvia. but sorcery does sound better.

Get the recipe at Mostly Homemade Mom.

No offense to Twix or anything, but these happen to be vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, and free of any refined sugar. and they're still delicious.

Get the recipe at Bakerita.

Coconut oil, freeze dried raspberries, and honey &mdash that's it! Downing a superfood like coconut oil has never been so easy.

Get the recipe at Ancestral Nutrition.

It's not just FroYo &mdash it's frozen Greek yogurt, so you're getting something extra healthy.

Get the recipe at SkinnyMs.

This dessert is sweet relief for those who can't eat dairy &mdash or anyone who's watching her waistline. Bananas and Almond Breeze almond milk cashew milk blend give this dessert its cream taste.

Get the recipe at Life a Little Brighter.

Did you know that nachos can be healthy? They can, if they're apples doused in peanut butter with a touch of chocolate.

Get the recipe at Trial and Eater.

Frozen bananas + matcha = something super satisfying and delicious.

Get the recipe at Oh How Civilized.

You'll want these muffins for breakfast. and dessert. and a snack. and.

Get the recipe at Ambitious Kitchen.

Best part about this dessert: you can actually eat it for breakfast.

Get the recipe at House of Yumm.

When you're hankering for a bowl of ice cream, rest easy knowing this low-fat sorbet is nothing more than whipped up coconut milk topped with good-for-you almonds and mini chocolate chips. And it's delicious.


60 Sneakily Healthy Desserts That Help You Lose Weight

Can't get your little ones to eat their veggies? Sneak the greens into their dessert &mdash they won't even notice.

Get the recipe at Delish.

For a refreshing after-dinner treat, this sorbet is light on the palette and the stomach.

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping.

By using low-fat everything you'll cut the fat and calories from this delicious pie. That means you can eat more than one slice, right?

Get the recipe at Women's Day.

This delicious dessert is made with graham crackers and Greek yogurt &mdash which means you really can have your cake and eat it, too!

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping.

Once you taste these pucker-worthy grapes, you'll say goodbye to Sour Patch Kids for good.

Get the recipe at Delish.

Peanut butter is the ultimate healthy comfort food, and bananas are loaded with potassium. But put that healthy combo on graham crackers, and boom &mdash you have this dessert.

Get the recipe at Joyceyvonna.

It's like a pie &mdash only, without the guilt and the calories.

Get the recipe at SkinnyMs.

Spoiler alert: There's no ice cream here. Bananas give this dessert its creamy, sweet taste.

Get the recipe at The Baker Mama.

OK, OK, maybe they're not "cookies" in the traditional sense, but it's modern times! These desserts are still sweet and easy to snack on. and, oh yeah, mega healthy.

Get the recipe at Paleo Eats and Treats.

The only ingredients here? Dates, cherries, and almonds. Delicious, healthy, and super, super easy to make for anyone with an aversion to making desserts with lots of ingredients.

Get the recipe at The Kitchn.

Low-carb brownies!? Yes, you read that correctly. And who knew it was so easy to sneak veggies into desserts?

Get the recipe at Cafe Delites.

How can something this delicious be low-carb? Sorcery? Actually, it's almond flour and Truvia. but sorcery does sound better.

Get the recipe at Mostly Homemade Mom.

No offense to Twix or anything, but these happen to be vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, and free of any refined sugar. and they're still delicious.

Get the recipe at Bakerita.

Coconut oil, freeze dried raspberries, and honey &mdash that's it! Downing a superfood like coconut oil has never been so easy.

Get the recipe at Ancestral Nutrition.

It's not just FroYo &mdash it's frozen Greek yogurt, so you're getting something extra healthy.

Get the recipe at SkinnyMs.

This dessert is sweet relief for those who can't eat dairy &mdash or anyone who's watching her waistline. Bananas and Almond Breeze almond milk cashew milk blend give this dessert its cream taste.

Get the recipe at Life a Little Brighter.

Did you know that nachos can be healthy? They can, if they're apples doused in peanut butter with a touch of chocolate.

Get the recipe at Trial and Eater.

Frozen bananas + matcha = something super satisfying and delicious.

Get the recipe at Oh How Civilized.

You'll want these muffins for breakfast. and dessert. and a snack. and.

Get the recipe at Ambitious Kitchen.

Best part about this dessert: you can actually eat it for breakfast.

Get the recipe at House of Yumm.

When you're hankering for a bowl of ice cream, rest easy knowing this low-fat sorbet is nothing more than whipped up coconut milk topped with good-for-you almonds and mini chocolate chips. And it's delicious.