It’s officially September, and that means that we are getting ready to buckle down for fall. Fall is definitely my favorite season! First of all, I adore the cooler weather—I just wasn’t cut out to enjoy the heat of summer. Plus, I am all about pumpkin-flavored everything—especially when it comes to desserts.
Between entertaining and attending holiday parties, it can be easy to fall into an unhealthy food rut. If you’re in charge of bringing the desserts, then you probably feel some pressure to make a treat that everyone will love. The good news is that these treats can definitely be tasty and healthy. Never fear being in charge of desserts again!
If you and your crew tend to stick to diets even throughout the holidays, then this is a great dessert to offer. Forget the pumpkin pie, this will be your go-to pumpkin-flavored treat.
For those vegans out there, this one is perfect for you. A spiced recipe that is easy to make, and perfect to serve as a dessert, or even for breakfast.
Applesauce Oatmeal Bundt Cake with Caramel Drizzle and Brazil Nuts
If bundt cake is a family staple, then try this healthier take on it instead. Combine applesauce and oatmeal for a healthy and scrumptious dessert.
If you’re tired of your all-time favorite peach cobbler getting such a bad wrap, then try this recipe. It’s light, sweet and looks a lot more complicated than it actually is. Plus, September is National Peach Month!
Donuts are a must-have for many occasions. They’re fun to eat, and perfect for splitting as well. You’ll want to have these all to yourself, and you totally can without feeling guilty!
Cinnamon Sugar Nutella Swirled Pumpkin Pie Pop-Tarts
It’s a sweet treat that will make you feel like a kid again.
If you love apple pie, then this is the perfect creative take on the dessert. Serve it nice and hot, and even pair it with a side of ice cream.
Apple crisps are very popular in the fall. This healthy version keeps all of the taste without all of the calories.
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