Healthy Fruit Dessert Recipes: 101 Recipes from Cookies and Cake to Muffins and Pie (Healthy Recipes)

Healthy Fruit Dessert Recipes

101 Healthy, Easy & Tasty Fruit Recipes!!!

No meal is complete without a decadent dessert, don’t you agree? For most of
us, a dessert is that treat we wait for the whole day, is that moment when we
indulge on something sweet without thinking how many calories it has, how much
sugar or how healthy it is. However, the after dessert moments sometimes turn
into guilt feelings.

But it doesn’t have to be like that if you know for sure that the dessert you
make is healthy and nutritious. This book does exactly that – compiles healthy
dessert recipes for your convenience.

Admit it! How many times you looked for easy healthy recipes or low calorie
recipes and found too few? Look no more as you have all the answers in this
book. All the healthy dessert recipes you want are here. From the most decadent
fruit cake recipes to light cookies or breads, you name it, this book has it.

The idea behind this book is to teach you that dessert and fruit cakes can be
decadent and rich without having too much fat and sugar, but containing healthy
and nutritious ingredients.

With 101 recipes to choose from, you will have a fun new sweet dessert every day.

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  1. Think Fruit Fruit is one of my favorite foods, and when in season, eat as much as I can. This e-cookbook is beautiful to look at, and the recipes look healthy and luscious!The author, Lilya Borochov, has an interesting background, a chemical and bio technical engineer, she combined her two passions, baking and her interest in health and healthy eating. She discusses fruit and how to introduce them to your family, and in particular as a dessert. Most fruits just have that naturally sweet taste, that blend itself into baking.There are ten chapters, all designated by a different fruit. The author starts each chapter with a discussion about that particular fruit. The chapters and fruits are, Peaches, Bananas, Apples, Plums, Berries, Lemons ( my favorite), Pears, Mangoes, Pineapples, and Cherries. My favorites of all the recipes are the Lemon Bars, and the Lemon Soufflé .The author ends the cookbook with a conclusion about how fruits affect our lives, our health and our eating. She also includes a conversion chart, so this cookbook can be used in Europe as well as the US. This is a wonderful resource about fruits as well as a resource for fruit recipes. The next time you are thinking about a nice dessert, Think Fruit!Recommended. prisrob 12-19-13

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