If you’re a parent or just generally like to keep a busy schedule, it can be tough to make a healthy, homemade meal for dinner each night. And dessert? Might as well forget about it! However, there are some quick (like less than 5 minutes!) and delectable healthy dessert recipes that you can make at home while still avoiding the empty calories. Give dessert a second chance with these recipes that satisfy your sweet tooth without the guilt.

Healthy Dessert Recipes That Will Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

Start saying yes to desserts again! Give dessert a second chance with these healthy dessert recipes that satisfy your sweet tooth without the guilt.

Banana Ice Cream

As long as you have frozen bananas, this dessert can be made in about five minutes flat. Any time you find yourself with bananas a little too ripe, peel and cut them in half and throw them in a sandwich bag and into the freezer. When you’re ready for your frozen treat, you simply puree the frozen bananas (with a splash of plain almond milk) in a food processor or blender. They are tasty as is, or you can add in your favorite toppings like peanut butter, cocoa powder, coconut flakes, or chocolate chips. Even the kids will gobble up this sweet treat!

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Fruit and Cream

When looking for healthy dessert recipes, look no further. This dessert is not only delicious and refreshing, it’s beautiful, too! Chop up any fruit of your choosing into bite size pieces. The best combination is usually a mix up of various berries- strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries, for example. In a separate bowl, whip together some whole fat plain, vanilla, or honey Greek yogurt mixed with an equal amount of whipped topping (Truwhip is a great natural alternative to traditional whipped cream). Combine the fruit and the cream mix into individual bowls and serve- and be ready for zero leftovers!

4 Quick and Easy Healthy Dessert Recipes

Chia Pudding

While this dessert is super quick to make, it does need to sit for a little while, so you will need to plan ahead. It is a delicious vegan alternative to pudding, especially for those who enjoy the fun texture of rice pudding. You can use about ¼ of a cup of chia seeds, slowly whipping them into about two cups of coconut, soy, or almond milk. Allow the mixture to sit in the fridge for a few hours. When you’re ready to eat it, you can add in your favorite toppings- chopped fruit, maple syrup, vanilla extract, granola, etc. This also makes a great grab-and-go breakfast!

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Easy Vegan Fudge

This recipe involves a few more ingredients and skill than the ones above, but it only takes half an hour to make and will fulfill your chocolate cravings! Coconut mixed with nut butter and cocoa keep this fudge thick, smooth, and delightful. Surprise even your dairy and sugar-eating friends with the delicious flavors and creaminess of this fudge. For the full recipe, check out the Minimalist Baker, and get ready to have your taste buds do a happy dance!

Start saying yes to desserts again! Give dessert a second chance with these healthy dessert recipes that satisfy your sweet tooth without the guilt.

Jenna Lombardi
Jenna Lombardi
Jenna Lombardi currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband, Andrew, and their two children, Aaron and Clare. She loves to travel (even with kids!), find a good bargain, and enjoys an iced chai latte with soy milk every now and then. When she’s not wrangling the kids at the playground or the zoo, she can be found practicing hand lettering, reading about pregnancy and natural childbirth, or testing out a new recipe in the kitchen.