There’s a reason I subscribe to Cooking Light magazine: their low fat dessert recipes are the best!
They’re always delicious, easy to prepare, and so unique!
They refuse to use egg substitutes or apple puree, since those both have a big impact on taste and texture, and instead use low-fat ingredients to make spectacular desserts.
If you’re ready to treat your sweet tooth to something decadent, without wrecking your diet, keep reading!
Here are 7 of Cooking Light’s low fat dessert recipes.
Notice that all of them have fewer than 10 grams of fat per serving.
1. Ginger Cake
Fat per serving: 6.1g
This recipe makes 12 small-ish pieces, each with only 6.1 grams of fat!
It’s delicious served with coffee or plain tea.
It’s been one of my favorite low-fat dessert recipes since I first spied it in the November 2007 issue of Cooking light!