See how these popular online writers satisfy their "bad food" cravings
When you're craving something sweet, salty or definitely not good for you, it's always nice to have a few treats that you can whip up in a hurry before you binge on the first bad thing you see. With that in mind, we asked popular online food bloggers what go-to healthy snack recipes they make to satisfy their meanest sweet—or salty—tooth. Read on to find easy-to-make indulgences that are also easy on your waistline.
When the crunchy and sweet cravings hit, Roni at GreenLiteBites.com makes her ingenious Qu
For a chocolate fix, registered dietician, certified trainer and Food Network blogger Dana White whips up a healthier take on dark chocolate bark. Made with either haz
The ladies at FitBottomedGirls.com know their way around healthy desserts. While Erin prefers to fend off cravings with lowfat Fudgsicle-type treats, Jenn has created her own con
For a savory, slightly sweet treat, Kath of Kath Eats pairs her homemade Coconut Almond Granola with plain Greek yogurt
When hankering for some serious chocolate goodness, Lisa, author and founder of Hungry Girl, turns to this decadent-tasting frozen pie. To make it, she simply slices a deep
Plain Greek yogurt is a godsend for those of us watching our weight. It's thick and luscious while being amazingly high in protein and low in fat and sugar. It's also the secret to Caitlin's Pumpkin Yogurt at
To curb cookie cravings in a flash, Tina at CarrotsNCake.com dreamt up this chewy, cinnamon-flecked microwave recipe that only takes three minutes to make. With brown sugar, vanilla e
For some, indulgence doesn't mean sweet; rather, it's salty that hits the spot. In this case, the staff of The Kitchn turn to the microwave to make potato chips. All this healthy, oi
BJ's Restaurant chain is famed for its Pizookie, a mega-rich, deep-dish cookie with ice cream that's also mega-packed with calories and fat—certainly a no-go for any dieter. Not to be defeated, Gina at
Satisfy that sweet craving with one these 10 snacks that are all under 50 calories.
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