The 10 Best Whole-Food Desserts for Weight Loss

The good news is that satisfying your sweet tooth doesn't have to be a guilty pleasure that throws off your weight-loss plans if you love desserts but are trying to lose a few pounds. Using wholesome, whole-food ingredients that are high in nutrients without compromising flavor is the key.

Banana "Nice" Cream

A satisfying treat that's high in potassium and naturally sweet, blended frozen bananas make an ice cream-like consistency that's perfect for anyone trying to lose weight for dessert.

Frozen Grape

Frozen grapes are essentially nature's candy, but they also contain natural sugars and a potent amount of antioxidants. Thirteen frozen grapes are only ninety-nine calories.

Dark Chocolate-Dipped Strawberrie

You're not seeing things; strawberries dipped in dark chocolate actually aid in weight loss! The antioxidants in dark chocolate paired with the natural sweetness of strawberries make this dessert a guilt-free pleasure. 

Apples and Almond Butter

This traditional duo offers the ideal balance of fiber, protein, carbs, and healthy fats for a filling dessert that will satiate your sweet tooth and benefit your body.

Dark Chocolate and Dried Blueberrie

This dynamic duo caters to your sweet tooth while providing a wealth of antioxidants and vitamins.

Energy Bite

Energy bites, which are made from nutrient-dense ingredients like oats, nuts, and seeds, are a tasty treat that also make a filling snack.

Avocado Mousse

This creamy dessert, which is sweetened with natural alternatives and blended with cocoa powder, is another guilt-free treat for your weight loss journey. Avocados also contain monounsaturated healthy fats, which may aid in weight loss according to research.

Fresh Fruit Popsicle

Just puree your preferred fruits, pour the mixture into molds, and freeze. Tasty, nutritious, low-effort dessert ready in no time.

Apple and Peanut Butter Cookie

These cookies offer the ideal nutritional balance to support your weight loss efforts, just like almond butter and apples do.

Chia Seed Pudding

"If you don't mind waiting overnight for your dessert, chia seed pudding is one of the easiest to make, even if you don't have a lot of cooking talent," Moody advises. "As your base, combine half a cup of low-fat or almond milk with two tablespoons of chia seeds.

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