9 Low Calorie Desserts that won’t make you gain Weight

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9 Low calorie desserts that won’t make you gain weight

We all are of the misconception that desserts are a taboo when you’re trying to lose weight. Don’t miss out on desserts just because you want to cut calories, especially for those of you who have a sweet tooth. There are lots of low calories options available and some might in fact be nutritious for you.

  • Frozen Yogurt

Blend a cupful of frozen fruits like blueberries, strawberry or peaches with a cup of frozen yogurt and presto you have a yummy fruit dessert.

  • Bananas dipped in chocolate sauce

Bananas are a natural source of potassium and probiotics. They not only are a source of essential nutrients but they also aid in the digestion process. Simply dip some bananas in melted chocolate and sprinkle with crushed nuts and they’re good to go.

  • Crème Brule

Of course you need not use the obvious crème but instead use milk to make this wonderful egg milk pudding. It is alright to eat the occasional egg full of protein.

  • Sandwich ice cream

Sandwich some low fat ice cream between whole grain biscuits and you have a yummy dessert at hand.

  • Orange sorbet

Whip some mandarins up and use the juice to flavor crushed ice. Not only are these yummy but they do not go far in terms of calorie build up.

  • Chocolate popcorn

Drizzle melted chocolate onto some popcorn. Popcorn is healthy and so is dark chocolate. Popcorn leaves you feeling full and also solves the cravings that you may experience.

  • Fruit dipped in chocolate fondue

This dessert will not only serve the purpose of dousing out your sweet tooth cravings but also get you eating healthy stuff like fruits. Simply dip cut fruits affixed on a stick in the melted chocolate and pop them in your mouth.

  • Tender Coconut pudding

Whip tender coconut with chopped cottage cheese and a dash of sugar. Leave to set in the fridge with a dash of gelatin.

  • S’mores

Sandwich a grilled marshmallow between a graham cracker and a tiny slab of melted dark chocolate. Eat while the marshmallow is still warm. This childhood delight never fails to fascinate even grownups till date. Dig in without any guilt!

 

 

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