Healthy delicious dessert recipes for your family

Lifestyle News x Dr Courtney Thompson, NPR Consulting

We had a blast contributing two healthy delicious dessert recipes that are our absolute favourite for an ultimate girls’ night or a family winner loved by generations for Lifestyle News.

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Guilt-Free Brownies

Our guilt-free brownies transform the classic treat into a healthier delight with the use of Greek yogurt as a dairy substitute and with minimal sugar. The added walnuts add a crunch that you wouldn’t normally get with brownies and the dark chocolate adds that decadent gooey texture that we all know and love.

Recipe Here: Guilt-free Brownies

Apple & Rhubarb Crumble

Or our classic family dessert, the Apple and Rhubarb Crumble is loved by generations and we have created it with a healthy twist using wholemeal flour for fiber and lemon rind for tartness.

Recipe Here: Apple & Rhubarb Crumble

Tips for Eating Healthier Desserts

Eating healthy desserts is a delightful indulgence that bridges the gap between satisfying cravings and nourishing the body, by incorporating healthy nutrient-dense elements such as fruits and whole grains.

Healthy desserts offer a perfect blend of flavour and nutritional benefits. This approach caters to our sweet tooth and aligns with a balanced lifestyle, telling us that enjoying desserts can be a guilt-free and delicious celebration of self-care.

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Dr Courtney Stewart (RNutr, FHEA)

BNutrSc, BBiomedSc(Hons), PhD
Director, NPR Consulting

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