Whether you want to for health-concerns or because you’d like to cut down on the sweetest parts of your beloved sweets, these dishes will allow you do go sugar-free without sacrificing the indulgence. From chocolatey goodness to fruit-filled love, we’ve rounded up 15 sugar-free desserts that don’t skip out on any of the flavor. Take a peek, take a scroll, and try on of these by the weekend!
1. Chocolate Avocado Pudding Pops
These chocolate and avocado pudding pops are indulgent and hearty. You can catch all the details behind the recipe by visiting A Sweet Life. They’re really a perfect summer treat for when you want to cool off and craving something sweeter.
2. Chocolate Cherry Chia Pudding
Pure Ella has a cherry chocolate chia pudding that the entire family will love. The tartness of the fruit and the richness of the chocolate make a perfect combination – but it’s the fact that you can eat this guilt-free that really knocks it out of the park!
3. Chocolate Almond Coconut Cups
Are you a fan of Mounds or Almond Joy candy bars? If so, you’ll definitely love these coconut cups from Lauren Marie. You can whip them up easily as home and use them as an afternoon pick-me-up!
4. Small Pumpkin Pies
Mia Lanina gave us a fabulous recipe for some miniature pumpkin pies! There’s just enough of a bite to satisfy your want for dessert. Check out these easy-to-follow and guilt-free recipe after the jump.
5. Angel Food Cake
You can even learn how to make some sugar-free angel food cake. Top it with a bit of cream and berries for extra, good-for-you sweetness. Check it out at Living Sweet Moments.
6. Oreo Cake
Oreo cake sounds like a great idea, don’t you think? Fortunately, Purely Twins has an 11-ingredient recipe for one that won’t cause too much harm in the diet department. Take the leap and follow along this evening.
7. Chocolate Lava Cake
There’s even a few different ways to tone down the sugar on a chocolate lava cake. And all you have to do to learn how is visit Sweet as Honey. This is perfect for serving up at a dinner party or even as the ending of a celebratory birthday dinner!
8. Mini Custard Pies with Mango & Coconut Milk
Sweet as Honey also has these mini custard pies made with mango and coconut milk. That combination sounds so light and refreshing. Try these out or serve them up at family brunch!
9. Danish Strawberry Pie
A Tasty Love Story has the best summertime dessert around up their sleeve. Check out how to make this Danish strawberry pie and serve it up for the family this weekend. It’s the perfect topping to a night spent in the background grilling out.
10. French Silk Brownies
Natural Sweet Recipes knows who to make desserts that are, well, naturally sweet. And that goes for these glorious French silk brownies too. These will quickly become a family favorite.
11. Almond Butter Banana Cookies
Almond butter banana cookies are satisfying and taste great with a hot cup of tee or glass of milk by its side. Check out the recipe by visiting Living Well Kitchen and whip up a batch to enjoy throughout the week.
12. Peanut Butter Chocolate Cheesecake
Peanut butter and chocolate is one of the best combinations around – especially when it comes to dessert. Thankfully, Naturally Sassy will show us how to make a better-for-you version of the duo within a creamy cheesecake creation. Take the leap now and take notes.
13. Peach Strawberry Popsicles
Here’s a quick and easy recipe that you’ll feel good about letting the family dive into. These peach and strawberry popsicles are natural and perfect for finishing a hot day off with. Grab the details at Angie’s Recipes.
14. Tropical Mousse
Yes, you can learn how to make some tropical mousse too. Just visit The Leafy Cauldron and follow along with the directions. There’s nothing in this you won’t feel good about eating while still getting a bit of sweetness to indulge in.
15. Raspberry Lemon Mini Vegan Cheesecakes
We finish off out list of sugar-free desserts with these mini raspberry lemon cheesecakes. You can visit Pure Ella to gather all of the know-how. But we really love serving these up for celebrations, showers, or at brunch time over the weekend with the family.