Appease your sweet tooth with these delectably crunchy Post Grape-Nuts Cookies. In addition to their unique texture, they’re full of fiber to keep you satisfied – making them the perfect after-dinner dessert.
Warm up with this easy-to-make, fat-free Post Raisin Bran Fruit Crumble. The mixed textures of the fruit and the cereal compliment each other almost as well as the delightful flavors of cinnamon and peaches.
Satisfy your sweet tooth while crank-proofing your diet. With over 20 vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, avocado keeps you looking and feeling great, while pure cocoa gives your brain a rush of dopamine to fire up your brain’s pleasure receptors.
Learn how to have your cupcake and eat it too with this recipe from the Georgetown Cupcake sisters. The DC-based bakery has come up with a delicious way to have dessert while only adding 50 calories to your plate.
Chia seeds are the new superfood health experts are talking about. These nutrient-packed seeds have been shown to fight cancer and suppress appetite while providing mega amounts of calcium and omega-3s. How can you incorporate chia into your diet? This muffin recipe is a tasty and delicious way to get your dose.
When actress Jennifer Esposito was diagnosed with Celiac disease, she knew she had to remove gluten from her diet – but that didn’t mean she had to say goodbye to baked goods! Products like xanthan gum and rice flour allow her to create healthy and delicious treats. Jennifer shared one of her favorite gluten-free recipes.
Chef Alton Brown lost 50 pounds and has kept the weight off for two years. What’s his secret? Desserts like this no-bake, low-calorie chocolate pie. Satisfy your sweet tooth with this recipe that substitutes tofu for dairy products.