Those are to die for. And they aren’t even that unhealthy, with close to no fat and fairly little added sugar. And they take less than 10 min to prepare. Now that they are selling all those huge christmas chocolate boxes I find this to be a better alternative if you’re craving something sweet. If you want to make it a bit sweeter you can add some chocolate drops and make sugary icing.
Lovely dessert, but works well as lunch or snack too. If you feel like eating chocolate, eat this instead it’s really sweet but doesn’t contain as much fat or added sugar as chocolate
Doesn’t even take the full 5 min, unless you sit there and stare at the microwave
If you don’t have a lot of time and still want to make a nice dessert, this is it. If you have some more time you can get fancier with this recipe also
I had this for dinner but as I made very small spring rolls, they would have been great as snack or for some kind of Buffet too. I’m not quite sure how many WW points the dough has, but the filling doesn’t have any at all. For a more WW friendly dip simply replace mascarpone with yoghurt or quark.
I love this one. It’s delicious and you can store it for 2 – 3 days. Great for lazy afternoons and evenings, with some wine. It’s not really a cake, I guess, but I categorized it as one for a lack of a better term.
It’s a great, healthy, substitute for ice cream, just be sure to use a very ripe melon. Low fat, low-calorie and easy to make.
One of my favourites. Tastes delicious and takes less than 5 min to prepare. With the right ingredients it can also be a great Weight Watchers dessert. My dish had a total of 5 ww points, I made 2 servings of it, so that’s 2,5 points for each.