Three desserts for those who want to lose weight

March 23, 2016, 10:52 am

Some­times you real­ly want to try some­thing so tasty and unusu­al, but because of the fear of get­ting bet­ter and gain­ing extra weight, you have to deny your­self dessert. There are sev­er­al sweet dish­es that, with­out a twinge of con­science, you can not only try, but also enjoy them with­out fear of gain­ing extra pounds.


Stuffed baked apple

Nutri­tion­ists advise eat­ing fruits in the morn­ing, name­ly, dur­ing the sec­ond break­fast at 11–12 o’clock. At this time, the car­bo­hy­drates eat­en have time to “burn out” and ben­e­fit the body. As for baked apples, this is such a ver­sa­tile dish that can be eat­en in the after­noon. Baked apples improve kid­ney and liv­er func­tion. Due to the high con­tent of fiber and pectin, apples make the stom­ach work active­ly. Reg­u­lar use of this dessert will help you not only reduce weight, but also improve meta­bol­ic process­es, tight­en your skin, and smooth out fine wrin­kles.


Usu­al­ly, to pre­pare this dish, apples are stuffed with a mix­ture of hon­ey and nuts, raisins, dried apri­cots, but if you watch your weight, dried fruits can be replaced with low-fat cot­tage cheese.

You will need:

  • 5 apples;
  • 100 gr. cot­tage cheese;
  • 1 tea­spoon cin­na­mon.


  1. Cut the fruits into two parts, care­ful­ly remove the core from each half and put cot­tage cheese instead.
  2. Bake in the oven until ten­der for 30–40 min­utes at 180°C.
  3. This dessert is deli­cious both hot and cold. You can also cook it in the microwave.
  4. Baked apples will be more fla­vor­ful if sprin­kled with cin­na­mon.

Fruit salad


It is prefer­able to eat these dish­es in the first half of the day. Remem­ber, fresh fruit is not only healthy fiber, but also car­bo­hy­drates. Car­bo­hy­drates in fruits are rep­re­sent­ed by sug­ars.

You will need:

  • 2 kiwis;
  • 1 banana;
  • 2 apples;
  • 1 orange for juice (fresh yogurt);
  • 100 grams of any berries;
  • 1 tea­spoon of pow­dered sug­ar;
  • 1 tea­spoon cin­na­mon.


  1. To make it tasti­er, mix sweet and sour fruits cut into pieces: kiwi, bananas, apples and berries.
  2. Sea­son with fresh­ly squeezed orange juice or nat­ur­al yogurt.
  3. Sprin­kle with 1 tea­spoon pow­dered sug­ar or cin­na­mon.

Oatmeal cookies with carrots


A real diet recipe with­out a gram of sug­ar, but due to the fact that it con­tains sweet car­rots, dried apri­cots and nuts, you don’t notice the absence of sug­ar at all. Oat­meal is also use­ful and not only dur­ing a diet!

You will need:

  • 1 glass of oat­meal;
  • 2 cups grat­ed car­rots;
  • 50 grams of dried apri­cots;
  • 30 grams of wal­nuts;
  • 1 egg;
  • 1 table­spoon flour.


  1. In a bowl, mix togeth­er 1 cup oat­meal and 2 cups fine­ly grat­ed raw car­rots.
  2. Add one beat­en egg and a table­spoon of flour.
  3. Put the mass on a bak­ing sheet with a table­spoon, dec­o­rate the cook­ies with dried apri­cots and nuts.
  4. Bake in a pre­heat­ed oven until done at 80°C.

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