10 Healthy Thanksgiving Desserts

by in Thanksgiving, November 9, 2012

pumpkin cheesecake
Planning your turkey day menu? We’ve got something for every kind of sweet tooth, all filled with fall flavors.

A lower-fat cheesecake that’s not low on flavor. If you’ve never tried this combination before, now’s the time.
Recipe: Pumpkin Cheesecake

Cut the calories on apple pie with this lightened pastry.
Recipe: Apple Cranberry Phyllo Turnovers

A bite-sized treat, filled with pumpkin goodness.
Recipe: Pumpkin Caramels

Chocolate-Dipped Fruit
These are always a crowd pleaser – a balance of healthy and decadent.
Recipe: Chocolate Dipped Clementines

Oatmeal Crisps
Light, crunchy and perfectly portioned; serve these cookies with a platter of fresh fruit.
Recipe: Ginger Pecan Oatmeal Crisps

Serve this chutney with a cheese platter for a different spin on dessert.
Recipe: Cranberry Apple Ginger Chutney

Vegan Tart
Make pie crust without the butter! This vegan dessert will please everyone.
Recipe: Vegan Pear Tart

Cranberry Cookies
Those berries aren’t just for the cranberry sauce; they add natural sweet-tart flavor to cookies.
Recipes: Oatmeal Cranberry Cookies

Puff pastry might not be the lowest calorie choice but a little goes a long way in this recipe. Each twist has less than 250 calories per serving.
Recipe: Cinnamon Pecan Twists

Roasted Grapes
Another one for the cheese platter – serve these grapes with a sharp cheddar or a full-flavored blue cheese.
Recipe: Sweet Roasted Grapes

Tell Us: What’s your favorite Thanksgiving dessert?

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  1. Rachel (Two Healthy Plates) says:

    Great list – I usually make a cookie similar to the cinnamon pecan twists but it had orange zest too.

    The pumpkin caramels sound wonderful – yum!

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  3. Lauren says:

    This is a wonderful post! Around the holidays people always have trouble with temptations because of all the food around. It is good to know that you can still enjoy the "holiday food" and be healthy!
    I can't wait to make some of these!

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  6. Laura says:

    I just made a Peanut Butter-Pumpkin Muffin (on my blog today) that was meant to be a healthy snack, but I think is good enough for T-day dessert! I also really like to make a simple saute of pineapple, cinnamon, and a touch or rum and/or butter. Tastes decadent but it guilt-free!

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