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15 Delicious Healthy Chocolate Desserts

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When it comes to eating healthfully, most people wonder where sweets fit in.  Whether your family prefers dessert after dinner or an afternoon treat, or for special occasions, sweets can be part of a balanced diet as long as you pay attention to portion sizes and choose healthier treats the majority of the time.  These 15 healthy chocolate desserts  are just the ticket to satisfy that sweet tooth while providing nutrition and healthy whole food ingredients.  

Healthy Black Bean Chocolate Protein Truffles by Ambitious Kitchen 

These are a fun treat for kids but also are a protein source!


5 Ingredient Chocolate Pudding by Happy Healthy Life

This creamy, rich, chocolate pudding may look sinfully sweet – but it is actually quite good for you. Rich in protein, antioxidants from raw cacao powder and fiber. Don’t just call this a luscious vegan dessert, you can totally call this a healthy snack or even breakfast! No-Cook method – just blend and serve.


Double Chocolate Banana Cake by Super Healthy Kids

This lightened up chocolate cake has no oil, uses bananas and applesauce to keep it moist, and has just the right amount of chocolate to make it feel like an indulgent treat. No frosting required!

Double Chocolate Banana Cake

Salted Chocolate Frozen Banana Bites by Gimme Some Oven 

Chocolate dipped frozen banana skewers make a killer snack (and dessert!) for both kids and grown-ups. Make a large batch with the kids and keep a stash in the freezer.


Chocolate Zucchini Sprinkle Bundt Cake by Super Healthy Kids

Eating vegetables has never tasted so good! This Chocolate Zucchini Sprinkle Bundt Cake is stuffed with sweetness, veggies and has “Thank you Mom!” written all over it!


Instant Chocolate Almond Ice cream by Super Healthy Kids

This version of instant ice cream is decadent and can be whipped together in moments from your stash of frozen bananas.


Life Changing Avocado Brownies by Jelli Bean Journals

These brownies are rich, fudgy, delicious, and  just so happen to be healthier than most brownies.


Vegan and Gluten Free Chocolate Cupcakes by Super Healthy Kids

Although this is a sweet treat, these cupcakes provide fiber and protein, too!  With the frosting definitely a decadent treat, without can be a healthy muffin!


Healthy Melt In Your Mouth Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge by Boys Ahoy

It literally melts in your mouth ? It’s made with just a few ingredients and only takes a few minutes to make and you HAVE to try it!


No Bake French Silk Pie by Blissful Basil

Cloud-like pillows of coconut whipped cream sprinkled with shaved dark chocolate and nestled atop a bed of rich chocolate mousse. Just 5 whole food ingredients stand between you and this dreamy vegan french silk pie.


Thick and Creamy Chocolate Mousse by Super Healthy Kids

Melt in your mouth chocolately mousse that is as smooth as butter without butter!

chocolate mousse in clear glass cup with strawberries on top

Dark Chocolate Almond Butter Cookies by Sally’s Baking Addiction

These 6 ingredient Flourless Dark Chocolate Almond Butter Cookies are so good, you won’t miss the butter and flour!

Healthy No Flour Chocolate Cookies Dessert

Healthy Chocolate Donuts by Whole and Heavenly Oven

Soft, moist cake donuts with a double-delight of chocolate. These donuts are baked, rather than fried, and are ready in only a few minutes!

Healthy Chocolate Donuts for Kids

Health Almond Joy Bites by My Real Food Family

If you like Almond Joy candy bars, you’re going to love this recipe!  They’ve got all the coconut-y goodness of the candy bar but without all the processed ingredients.


Thick Homemade Chocolate Sauce by Crazy for Crust

It’s super chocolatey, like a melted brownie, but pourable. Perfect for over ice cream or for making an iced coffee or chocolate milk to keep you cool on the hot days of summer.

Natalie Monson

I'm a registered dietitian, mom of 4, avid lover of food and strong promoter of healthy habits. Here you will find lots of delicious recipes full of fruits and veggies, tips for getting your kids to eat better and become intuitive eaters and lots of resources for feeding your family.

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