If you like, serve these tempting tidbits with a side of fresh raspberries or blackberries as the perfect ending to a special meal.
These cake-like cookies are a great way to sneak dried plums and oatmeal into your diet. When stored in a tightly covered container, the fruit adds moisture to the cookies, making them a bit softer.
Replace sugar, whole milk and eggs with Splenda®, skim milk and Egg Beaters® to enjoy this classic dessert while controlling your blood sugar.
Enjoy the natural sweetness of a mixture of dried fruits in these sweet bites. When choosing sugars, keep in mind that fruits give you the benefits of added vitamins, minerals and fiber.
Enjoy almost any summer fruit hot off the grill. Use firm fruits, as softer fruits can turn mushy. Serve the fruit kabobs with this creamy, low-sugar dip, or on top of frozen vanilla yogurt.
Enjoy this fresh, naturally sweet berry-delicious dessert on its own or as a topping on frozen lowfat vanilla yogurt or angel food cake.
Add a dollop of this lime-infused yogurt over your favorite combination of fresh fruits for an easy dessert.
Two fruits — pears and cranberries — join together to create a colorful dessert. Serve it plain or topped with fat-free half-and-half or fat-free whipped topping, thawed.
You’ll find this homemade sherbet is icier and more granular in texture than a purchased product, making it oh-so refreshing on a hot, sun-drenched day.
Cutout cookies are a popular holiday tradition. Celebrate with these reduced-fat sugar cookies. For a splash of color, without the carbs, paint the baked cookies with food coloring diluted in water.
Start with a reduced-sugar cake mix for an easy home-baked treat. Top with a light sprinkle of powdered sugar just before serving for an extra-special presentation.