by Judee Shipman
Scroll down for a selection of Sweet Recipes YOU can actually eat.
Most of the recipes shown here are low in sugar, low in fat, easily prepared, and wonderfully delicious.
You can even enjoy recipes of unknown calorie content, as long as you stay mindful of the portion size. If you decide to enjoy a moderately sized portion of a sweet dessert of unknown calorie content, just take a small piece, call it 350 calories, and add it to your daily calorie count.
Another smart thing you can try is to substitute the given recipe ingredients with their lower calorie counterparts whenever possible.
In most cases, each carefully measured portion contains around 350 calories, but is still a workable hunger solution that can last up to three hours, especially if you are a woman.
This section covers Dessert Recipes, including homemade ice cream ready in 15 minutes!
For other Sweet Recipes, visit the links shown below. Or just invent your own Sweet Recipes.
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Here are some delicious Sweet Recipes that don't cost too many inches to your waistline:
JELLO & CREAM (41 calories)
BERRIES & CREAM (98 calories)
ICE CREAM (100 calories)
BAKED APPLE FOR 2
(300 total calories - 150 per serving)
TOTAL CALORIES 225
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SUPER SIMPLE CAKE RECIPE (209 cal per serving)
ANOTHER GREAT RECIPE COLLECTION
7 Layer Salad Recipe: This versatile appetizer recipe is a crispy cool visual delight.
Ambrosia Salad: This sweet, fruity recipe is a popular American summer favorite.
Bean Salads: Protein-rich lunch or side dish recipes, best when served warm.
Chicken Salad: This chicken salad recipe features fresh grapes and chopped celery.
Cold Pasta Salad: A hearty side dish recipe that functions as a meal.
Egg Salad: Great when made into cracker sandwiches, or served as a raw veggie dip.
Green Salad: Green salads are a fresh, lively start to any meal.
Jello Salad: This versatile recipe is served as an appetizer, side dish or dessert.
Ramen Noodle Salad: A quick and easy lunch recipe. Elegant, inexpensive and delicious.
Banana Bread 1: A very basic recipe that's always a treat.
Banana Bread 2: This soft, creamy variety is wonderful served warm with butter.
Ciabatta Bread: A soft, spongy Italian bread with a thin, crunchy crust.
Cheese Fondue: A warm cheese dipping sauce for breads, fruits and vegetables.
Deviled Eggs: An easy way to jazz up ordinary hard boiled eggs.
Grilled Corn: A perfect recipe for an outdoor summer barbecue party.
Grilled Vegetables: Served as a healthy side dish or a complete vegetarian meal.
Hummus: A Middle Eastern dip served with pita bread or raw veggie slices.
Cole Slaw: - A popular American favorite.
Scalloped Potatoes Cheesy and delicious with a baked brown topping.
Sweet Potato Fries Crunchy salted french fries with an unexpected sweetness.
Twice Baked Potatoes A smooth, creamy recipe with chives and two cheeses
Other Popular Recipes:
Egg Rolls: The classic Chinese recipe we all know and love.
Holiday Appetizers (sweet recipes and more)
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CHAPTER 3 (11 Common Exercise Myths)
CHAPTER 4 (Food List and Nutrition)
CHAPTER 5 (Health Tips And More)
CHAPTER 6 (Alternative Health And Exercise)
CHAPTER 7 (How To Eat Whatever You Want)
CHAPTER 8 (10 Common Nutrition Myths)
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CHAPTER 15 (Quotes About Happiness)
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CHAPTER 17 (Delicious Quick Recipes)
CHAPTER 18 (More Quick Recipes)
CHAPTER 19 (More Quick Recipes)
CHAPTER 20 (More Quick Recipes)
CHAPTER 21 (Sweet Treats YOU Deserve)
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