10 Super Easy And Low-Calorie Desserts

Pineapple textures

This pineapple mille-feuille uses dried pineapple chips instead of fresh pineapple. In the microwave, place small pineapple slices between two absorbent papers at medium heat for 10 minutes to make pineapple chips.

Lemon slush

This recipe can easily be made at home. Take some crushed ice, add some juice from a freshly squeezed lemon, then put its own peel into a glass and add some mint leaves.

Strawberry carpaccio with mint ice cream

Chop the strawberries into very thin slices and then divide them evenly over the plate. Poor a little orange juice over them and finish it with a scoop of  mint ice cream.

Frozen peaches

Peel the peaches and put them in the freezer for at least one and a half or two hours. This way you will have a delicious frozen peach dessert with a special and super refreshing touch.

Baked apples

Remove the skin and sprinkle brown cane sugar on the apples before baking. Bake them at 180 or 200 degrees for 30 minutes or less and serve with blossom honey and cinnamon.

Fruit salad

Look for the seasonal fruits in your own region to save both money and the planet. Then cut them up and put them in individual bowls or glasses with some freshly squeezed orange juice.

Fruit smoothies with soy milk

The preparation is the same as a traditional milkshake but this time you use fresh fruit and soy milk. There's no need to add sugar, and they will become the perfect dessert for any menu.

Melon sorbet

For this recipe you need some natural melon, some special glasses for ice cream or homemade sorbets and the patience to keep the melon a few hours in the freezer.

Raspberries with plain yoghurt

Put together a handful of raspberries with some natural yoghurt (better without sugar) and a touch of cinnamon. To decorate, you can use mint or mint leaves. Rich, easy and low in calories.

Watermelon and fresh cheese

On the one hand, we have the watermelon which is almost all water and has many vitamins. On the other hand, there's fresh cheese - pure protein. Cut the two ingredients, mix them on a plate

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