Is your sweet tooth missing flavor ‘coz you’re on a low sugar diet? We know that pain, and you’re doing the right thing by cutting down on your sugar intake for a healthy life. But wouldn’t things be a little better if you could have a bit from both worlds?

What if you could have desserts that are healthier? Dishes that used less-harmful alternatives to sugar…?

thinking of any sugarless healthy desserts

Pexels | Can you think of any sugarless healthy desserts?

Well, guess what! You’re in luck since we’re here to introduce you to a couple of natural sweeteners that’ll give you the taste you crave for, without hampering your health. Stay tuned!

Coconut Granola Parfait

Most parfaits have much more sugar than you can imagine. But the good thing is that it doesn’t always have to be the case. You can make a richer and equally sweet parfait at home with coconut which won’t harm your health.

Steps to prepare

  1. Take your whipping machine and whip the coconut cream in a bowl until it gets thick and stiff.
  2. When the cream is ready, add vanilla extract (if you love the essence, that is).
  3. For the plating, take a glass and add two tablespoon coconut cream and the other two tablespoons of granola.
  4. Repeat the last step and your crunchy snack is ready.
Crunchy-Creamy Coconut Granola Parfait

OneGreenPlanet | Crunchy-Creamy Coconut Granola Parfait

Triple Almond Cookie Balls

If there’s ever a taste and hunger emergency, most of us have an easy to make, no-bake cookie recipe to fall back on, right? Well, here’s presenting an all-natural cookie made with almonds and coconut oil that’ll serve the purpose. Not to mention, the stevia that has minimal calories and a negligible effect on blood pressure make sure you stay fit.

Steps to prepare

  1. Take 3/4 cup of almond flour, 1/2 tsp each of almond extract and stevia, 3 tbsp melted coconut oil and a pinch of salt. Knead everything into dough.
  2. Now divide this dough into six cookie balls and roll them over chopped roasted almonds.
  3. When done, refrigerate for 30 minutes. Voila! You’re all set to have mouth-watering cookies!

Dark Chocolate Bark with Ginger-Tahini Swirl

Yes, chocolate!! Though you won’t believe it, dark chocolate does pretty well with people on a low sugar diet. You just need to follow the 85 percent chocolate rule. If you choose dark chocolate with 85 percent or more of cocoa concentration, the sugar auto-adjusts itself.

Steps to prepare

  1. Take a bowl with two tablespoons of Tahini and add half a tablespoon ground ginger to it. Set it aside.
  2. Melt 4 ounces of 85 percent dark chocolate, and pour it on a baking sheet.
  3. Spread the ginger-tahini mixture on the melted chocolate and refrigerate it. After about 20 minutes, get ready for an explosion of taste that will delight your taste buds.
Dark Chocolate Bark

Detoxinista | Dark Chocolate Bark

Wrapping it up

We hope that now whenever you feel like adding sugar to your diet, you’ll consider one of these alternatives to it. Or you can just as easily try out these recipes for a little fun!