10 Recipes for Healthy Holiday Desserts

‘Tis the season for healthy holiday desserts. Hey, hey, who said anything about healthy?

Here’s how you can satisfy your sweet tooth in a nutritious (and of course delicious) fashion.

(Click the links below each image to get each recipe!)

1. Quinoa Gingersnap Cookies

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Recipe via Brittany Mullins of Eating Bird Food


2. Clean Eating Peanut Butter Cups


Recipe via Tiffany of Gracious Pantry


3. Vegan Peppermint Patties


Recipe via Lee Hersh of Fit Foodie Finds


4. Apple Butternut Crumble


Recipe via Ciarra Hannah of Popular Paleo


5. Tofu Mexican Chocolate Pudding


Recipe via Stacie Billis at One Hungry Mama


6. Chocolate Zucchini Brownies (Dairy Free)


Recipe via Erin at Texanerin


7. Gluten Free Squash Cranberry Cashew Muffins


Recipe via Taylor at Lifting Revolution


8. Carrot Apple Bread


Recipe via Averie at Averie Cooks


9. Flourless Double Chocolate Orange Cranberry Muffins


Recipe via Amanda at Running With Spoons


10. Coconut Flour Pumpkin Spice Mug Cake (Paleo)


Recipe via Regina at Leelalicious


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Tim Hanrahan

Tim Hanrahan

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