by Dana Angelo White in Cookies & Other Desserts, August 31, 2012
by Michelle Buffardi in Cookies & Other Desserts, May 12, 2012
Are desserts your job for the potluck picnic? You’re in luck! We’ve got treats for every kind of sweet tooth.
Perfectly portioned and finger-licking good. Bring some fresh fruit along too – we suggest watermelon slices or a bushel of juicy peaches.
Almond Blueberry Cookies
Triple Chocolate Cookies
Scratch the chocolate itch with these decadent delights. Bake a bunch and freeze for up to 6 months.
Made-Over Deep Dish Brownies
Food Network Kitchens’ Cheesecake Brownies (pictured above)
by Robin Miller in Uncategorized, December 22, 2011
- Little Lemon Meringue Pies: the perfect ending to a spring meal.
Surprise mom this weekend with a lemon cake, cookie or no-bake bar. Each of these sweet, tart treats is Healthy Eats-approved, and are sure to meet mom’s standards, too.
Little Lemon Meringue Pies
Lemon Thyme Bars
by Dana Angelo White in Healthy Recipes, September 28, 2010
I love sweets so I feel sad when people tell me they dodge desserts when they’re being “good”. Desserts aren’t all bad. You can enjoy sinful-tasting treats that are light and healthy too. Here are some of my favorite desserts, hot off the pages of my new cookbook, Robin Takes 5. The mini meringue cookies are made mostly of egg whites, so they’re super light and wonderful (and only 37 calories each). The mousse couldn’t be simpler; it’s got 5 ingredients and has only 156 calories per serving. The tart can be made countless ways just by switching the preserves – I used orange marmalade, but you could use apricot preserves, seedless raspberry, strawberry or blackberry preserves, or any other jam, jelly or preserve you like. All three treats are perfect for holiday parties and gift giving too.
These are just three of the sixty desserts (yes, 60!) in Robin Takes 5, which is available in Food Network’s online store and in bookstores.
by Dana Angelo White in Healthy Holidays, Healthy Recipes, November 18, 2009
- Low-Fat Chocolate Pudding - Photo by Kate Sears/Food Network Magazine
A few nights a week, you want a sweet treat, but don’t want the calories or time commitment to get out of control. We’ve got 5 dessert recipes that are just what you’re looking for.
See all 5 desserts »
What’s a holiday gathering without sweets? With party season just around the corner, we’ve dipped into our Healthy Eats recipe collection and brought out some desserts that showcase the flavors of fall. Serve these at your next shindig or tote them along to a party.