Who said you had to quit up your precious treats. Weight loss desserts to your rescue…
Dessert and good nutrition? Doesn’t that seem like an oxymoron? Dessert is sometimes linked with “harmful” eating habits, however, this isn’t always the case. In reality, there are many various sorts of desserts to choose from that can fulfil your sweet taste while also allowing you to meet your health objectives. It’s all about finding weight loss desserts that will please you and make you feel full so you don’t overindulge in your tasty treat.
Energy bites- Oh SO good
Add heart-healthy chocolate, magnesium-rich peanut butter, whole grain oats, fibre-filled almonds, and extremely nutritious chopped dried apricots or dates to these decadent-tasting pleasures. You just cannot go wrong with this energy bite, AKA a weight loss dessert.
Berry and basil lemonade sorbet
This sorbet is light on the palate and the stomach and makes for a pleasant after-dinner dessert.
Cookies and cream but high fibre
Fibre stimulates satiety hormones, which communicate with your brain to let you know you’ve eaten, allowing you to mentally register that you don’t need to continue eating. High fibre desserts might contain everything from higher fibre ice creams to yoghurt with berries, high fibre cookies, and even high fibre puffs.
Popsicles with Jamun and mint
The sour summer fruit is transformed into an icy treat. Sprinkle with black salt or chat masala and suck your lollipop till it’s purple on your tongue.
Lemon maple icebox cake
This delectable treat is created with graham crackers and Greek yoghurt, so you can have your cake and eat it, too!
Dark chocolate- the knight in shining armour
Dark chocolate is high in fibre and healthy fats, both of which help us feel full, keep hunger away and makes the best weight loss desserts. The higher the cocoa percentage, the healthier, because it implies less refined sugar and more fibre. For added protein, combine a couple of squares of your favourite dark chocolate bar with a bunch of almonds or frozen yoghurt.
Apple oatmeal crumble
A filling and nutritious dessert prepared with oats, apples, and no flour. This wonderful crumble is loaded with cinnamon, lemon, and nutmeg tastes and is also fairly filling.
Smudgies with peanut butter and banana
Bananas are high in potassium, and peanut butter is the perfect nutritious comfort meal. But put that nutritious combination on graham crackers, and you’ve got this treat.
Avocado ice cream
Avocados are always a smart choice. They contribute to the creation of a rich and creamy dessert that is high in nutrients such as vitamins K and C, folate, potassium, and magnesium, among others.
Dark chocolate ragi cake
Are you looking forward to your cheat day so you may eat your favourite chocolate cake? There’s no necessity. This nutritious dish combines the benefits of ragi with dark chocolate to create a delicate and moist treat.