4 Tips for Making Healthier Desserts

 

Almond Joy Candy Bars

My baking habits sure have changed over the past uh…more years than I care to count.

What used to seem healthy to me (low fat whatever that was sweet) is now a distant memory.

We’re all in different places on the path towards healthy eating.

But to nudge each of us a little further in the “healthy eating” department, I’ve put together a simple list of 4 Tips for Making Healthier Desserts that will help you remake your favorite recipes into “New and Improved” versions.

You can hopefully take this list and still enjoy some treats while making them better for you.

Join me over at The Better Mom to read more by clicking here.

I’d love to hear what you think either here or there :-)!

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  1. Those bars sure look good.

  2. Those bars look great. Can’t wait to read your tips. I shared some whole grain cookies this week myself. http://www.bacontimewiththehungryhypo.blogspot.com/2012/04/money-saving-homemade-almost-kashi.html
    Please join us on Friday for our Anything Goes linky.

  3. I really need one of those awesome Almond Joy Bars they look amazing! Hope you have a fabulous week end and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  4. The bars look amazing! We are so glad that you linked up to our “Strut Your Stuff Saturday.” Please come back and join us next week!! Thanks! -The Sisters

  5. I was afraid when I saw the name of the post at the link party that it was going to be low fat, and substitutions with tons of ingredients. I was happily surprised to see the suggestions. People still think low fat is healthy. sigh

    I would also add to the fat category, lard or tallow from grass-fed beef.