8 Low-calorie desserts that are also healthy

Greek Yogurt and Berries: Top plain Greek yogurt with a mix of fresh berries like strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries. Drizzle with a bit of honey or sprinkle with cinnamon for added flavor. Greek yogurt is high in protein, and berries are full of antioxidants. 

Baked Apples: Core apples and stuff them with a mixture of oats, cinnamon, nutmeg, and a small amount of honey or maple syrup. Bake until the apples are soft. This dessert is comforting and full of fiber. 

Dark Chocolate and Nut Clusters: Melt a small amount of dark chocolate and mix it with almonds, walnuts, or pecans. Drop spoonfuls onto a parchment-lined tray and refrigerate until set. Dark chocolate is antioxidant-rich, and nuts offer healthy fats. 

Fruit Salad with a Twist: Mix a variety of fresh fruits like mango, kiwi, pineapple, and papaya. Add a squeeze of fresh lime juice and a sprinkle of chili powder for a unique twist that enhances the fruit's natural sweetness. 

Chia Pudding: Mix chia seeds with almond milk or coconut milk and a bit of honey or maple syrup. Let it sit in the refrigerator overnight to thicken. Top with fresh fruit before serving. Chia seeds are high in omega-3 fatty acids and fiber. 

Frozen Yogurt Bark: Spread plain Greek yogurt on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper, top with chopped fruits, nuts, and a sprinkle of dark chocolate chips, and freeze until solid. Break into pieces and enjoy a refreshing treat. 

Rice Cake with Toppings: Top a whole-grain rice cake with light cream cheese or ricotta, and then add sliced strawberries or a light drizzle of honey. This provides a crunchy texture with sweet and creamy toppings. 

Sorbet: Make a homemade sorbet by blending frozen fruit like watermelon, strawberries, or mango with a splash of juice or water and freezing it until set. It's a refreshing, low-calorie treat with no added sugar.

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