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diy weight watchers desserts

If you’re the kind of person who cares about health, is on a diet, or just doesn’t want to gain weight, you are likely to skip any dessert. But I can assure you that there is a healthy dessert out there! With foods like these, you don’t feel guilty about not consuming a lot of calories. They can be gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free, etc. – depending on the recipe you choose. Such desserts are super healthy and can also be given to children. So are you interested? I have a fine selection of DIY recipes for you!

This quick and easy recipe for gluten-free apple and cinnamon muffin only takes 10 minutes to prepare. The fresh taste of apples combined with cinnamon makes these muffins moist and tasty. Enjoy these delicious apple and cinnamon muffins for breakfast or as an afternoon snack.

A simple recipe for bite-sized sugar cookies without a mixer! Soft, buttery and absolutely irresistible … and yet guilt-free with only 18 calories! When you watch your weight what can be more awesome?

Try making these homemade chocolate peanut butter protein bars. No baking, gluten free and full of protein. These snacks are great post-workout snacks and will easily become your kids’ favorite dessert!

Having a huge chunk of rich, moist chocolate chip cookie filled with a seeping chocolate-lava center seems like a far-flung, indulgent fantasy dessert. But the fact that everyone only has 2 grams of net carbs and 123 calories makes this a dream come true.

These cookies are packed with healthier ingredients that fill you up without weighing you down. They are naturally sweetened with a mixture of dried fruits and honey and enriched with superfoods like chia seeds, cocoa powder, cocoa nibs and coconut oil. Gluten and dairy free!

The Almond Joy is one of the most famous American sweets, but with just a few ingredients you can whip up your own Almond Joy bars in no time. Needless to say, these are much healthier than bought in the store. As in, gluten-free + grain-free + refined sugar-free + vegan healthier + paleo healthier.

This low-carb dessert without a strawberry pretzel is the perfect party or picnic dish. Similar to the traditional salad, but without pretzels and without flavor! Just 1.6g net carbohydrates per serving.

These caramel coconut bars are made primarily from coconut flour, coconut oil, honey / maple syrup, and almond butter. They’re full of chewy, crispy textures and not a sweet bite. If you don’t have almond butter, peanut butter will work too, but try using a natural one to keep this free of refined sugars or excess fat.

These banana and peanut butter baked oatmeal cups are a healthy breakfast or simple snack filled with natural protein to keep your tummy full! These little beauties are filled with natural protein from Greek yogurt, nuts, and peanut butter, and fiber from oats that will keep your belly full and your taste buds happy!

This lemon pound cake is moist, tender and tastes like the real thing. What more do you want For healthy properties, of course! It’s keto-friendly because of its almond flour, erythritol, and lots of eggs, and the xanthan gum replaces baking soda so you can enjoy this pound cake as a gluten-free recipe.

This super easy 4-ingredient paleo and vegan chocolate pudding is so rich, creamy, and chocolaty that you won’t believe it’s dairy-free, healthy, and refined sugar-free! Top with coconut whipped cream for a perfectly dreamy chocolate dessert.

Juicy blackberries make for sweet jam bags, while vegan white chocolate chips make these fluffy cake donuts a particularly generous, healthy treat!

Constellation and galaxy decor is a popular idea today and is not only used for everyday decoration, but also incorporated into various Christmas decorations. As we all prepare for Halloween, it's time to check out some galaxy-themed pumpkins. Here are some tutorials for constellations, carved or just decorated.

Carved and drilled pumpkins

A pumpkin constellation is a chic and unusually sophisticated decoration for Halloween. This tutorial shows you how to drill a pumpkin and give it a constellation pattern: you can watch a short video for more details on it. After the painted lines dry, put a coat of Mod Podge mother-of-pearl spray sealer on to give the pumpkins a slight shimmer and voila!

Here is another constellation pumpkin drilled, and you can use a number of strings of lights in the pumpkin, with some being pushed into the holes actually drilled. This looks really beautiful and helps highlight the different constellations when dusk falls or when you keep the pumpkin indoors in a dimly lit room. However, don't worry if this seems either too messy or too fiddly - when it's really dark the pumpkin will glow everywhere and all the stars will appear.

Bring a little bit of night sky to our pumpkin exhibition this year and make some drilled pumpkins with constellations! You can make a couple of smaller pumpkins with different constellations on them, or find a large pumpkin and make a couple of constellations on one pumpkin. Paint them black and mark the constellations with orange for a contrast and a cool look.

Not all jack-o-lanterns are created equal, as evidenced by this carved constellation masterpiece. With a little cunning ambition, a pumpkin, keyhole saw, and a few other things, you can do it yourself! The pumpkin is large and has many constellations at once, or you can opt for a large masterpiece and make smaller pumpkins with different constellations. Have fun carving!

Here's another pumpkin drill that doesn't require a pumpkin painting - just a Scorpio constellation. You can try different constellations that you like and not only use a real pumpkin like this one, but also an artificial one. Put in some small tea lights as they are wide, flat, and light to get a couple into the base of the pumpkins at a time.

This oh-so-simple geometric design adds a modern twist to the classic Halloween jack-o'-lantern. This drilled pumpkin sparkles and shines thanks to a pop of color and your favorite constellation pattern. Creating the perfect drilled pumpkin design has never been easier. With a drill bit, a constellation expression, and some candles, you can enjoy a beautiful constellation design.

This tutorial will show you how to make a real galaxy gourd! The project involves a lot of painting and covering the pumpkin with brightly colored glitter to mimic a galaxy and then drilling it. Make sure you are using the correct lighting so your pumpkin doesn't get too hot. Try LEDs for smaller pumpkins.

Here is a simple tutorial on drilling pumpkins to create a constellation with lights inside. The pumpkin itself is black and the accents are orange, it's a chic and sophisticated black and orange piece for Halloween.

Don't carve pumpkins

This constellation gourd is even simpler: it doesn't require carving or drilling at all. This is a black pumpkin decorated with white pearls of two sizes and white colors - nothing difficult. Just draw your constellation and cover it with white paint marking the stars with white pearls of various sizes.

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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