Chia and hemp seeds add omega-3 fats, protein, and fiber to this rich, chocolaty treat.
As a last-minute option, this all-purpose chocolate dessert can’t be beat. The mousse is ready to eat in about 10 minutes, and no one will guess it’s made with tofu.
Cointreau, a sweet orange liqueur, gives fudgy brownies an elegant touch.
A cup of grated zucchini keeps lightly sweet muffins moist and tender. You can swap other seasonal fruits for the cherries throughout the year—the muffins are especially good with diced pears in fall.
These snaps are great on their own, or as wafers for sandwich cookies. Maple syrup lends flavor and moisture, which lets you cut down on oil in the dough.
This recipe took several tries to get the taste and texture just right. The result is a decadent, custardy delight that looks sophisticated, but is also homey and comforting. It’s very rich, so small servings are recommended.
Ice cold and creamy-smooth, this frozen dessert manages to be both rich and refreshing. If you’re not into the chocolate-cherry combination, substitute mini chocolate chips for the cherries.