by Deb (Wisconsin) These apple sauce brownies are absolutely delicious and use just a little oil. Plus, the apples make them very healthy. Ingredients:1/4 Cup vegetable oil1 1/2 Cups Sugar (can use sugar substitute like Splenda or adjust with stevia instead)2 Cups Flour (try whole wheat pastry flour)2 Cups Apple sauce (naturally sweetened or unsweetened…Continue reading

by Tammy (FL) This orange dessert is made with fresh slices of orange, plus sugar-free orange slice candies, arranged in a circular flower. Very easy to make and delicious to eat! I included a picture so you could get the idea better. How to Make 5 to 6 slices of fresh orange5 or 6 pieces…Continue reading

by Virginia (Missouri) This is a really simple custard recipe from scratch. It is light and healthy, made with all-natural ingredients. And delicious. You can leave the brandy out if you want, and add another flavor instead. Ingredients2 cups of milk3 Tablespoons of instant milk4 Tablespoons of honey (I’m sure you could use sugar instead)2…Continue reading

by Carol (Ohio) This fresh blueberry pie is really scrumptious, and best when the blueberries are in season. And especially good when you pick the berries yourself! You may already know that blueberries are considered to be a highly nutritious fruit. They are high in many vitamins like Vitamin A and K and C. They…Continue reading

by Sue (Colorado) I have a really good date nut bread recipe that’s been in our family for years. My elderly grandma used to make it. It’s sort of desserty too – you can add frosting to the top! (You can also add in lots of other kinds of dried fruits if you want, not…Continue reading

by Marsha M ( MN) This is a great dessert type bread that is delicious for brunch or breakfast too! My family always asks me to make it because it is not only really flavorful but also really moist. And apples are easy to get all the time. Ingredients2 1/2 c. of sifted flour, 3/4…Continue reading

by Martha (Santa Barbara) This pumpkin dip can be used to dip all sorts of goodies. It’s reeeeallly yummy! Try it with apples (tart ones!), ginger bread pieces, ginger cookies, or spread it on different breads, such as sweet breads. BLEND TILL SMOOTH:1/2 cup brown sugar1 tsp cinnamonpinch ground cloves1/4 tsp ginger1/8 tsp nutmeg (or,…Continue reading

by Connie (North Dakota) These little dessert pizzas are very easy to make, and you can have lots of fun with variety and “decorating” them. I have to watch my sugar, so like to shop in the health food section. I use more natural cookies sweetened with fruit sugar or concentrates, or with honey. You…Continue reading

by Emily (South Dakota) Our peanut butter and chocolate bites are just about my favorite combination of flavors. This recipe makes just the right amount for a real substantial treat. And you can make them as healthy as you’d like, depending on what you use. I myself prefer to use natural products, so I will…Continue reading

by Marsha M. (MN) These pecan or walnut bars taste like chewy praline brownies. You might eat the whole pan at one sitting and throw healthy right out the window. Oh well, enjoy! 1/4 c. butter, 3/4 c. brown sugar, 1 egg, 3/4 c. flour, 1 tsp. baking powder, 1/2 tsp. vanilla, 1/2 c. chopped…Continue reading