Once you've decided to change your diet, you soon realize all of the temptingly delicious food that you can no longer have. Surprisingly most of these unhealthy foods have a healthy alternative, and this is especially true with desserts.


If you have an addictive sweet tooth, you're in luck because there are options everywhere.

From vegan and organic, to gluten-free and keto-approved, we've rounded up a collection of desserts so good and good for you, that you won't even have to think about guilt of adding on extra pounds. Check out our sweet treat picks and let us know some of your favorite healthy desserts!

Vegan Orange & Blueberry Cheesecake

Is there any dessert more delicious and satisfying than cheesecake? We're not so sure.

This vegan cheesecake recipe makes it even harder to make a decision. Featuring fresh oranges and blueberries, this is the perfect treat to pair with a glass of your favorite dessert wine. Get the recipe here.

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