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6 Must-Try Healthy Holiday Desserts

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The holidays are a time for gathering with family and reflecting on what’s most important in your life. But it’s unfortunately also a time for colds and flus, dry, cracked skin and seasonal weight gain—hooray! So to help you stay healthy and happy this winter season, we’ve put together a list of delicious holiday recipes that will help boost your immune system without expanding your waistline:

 

Baked Pumpkin Oatmeal

Boasting hearty whole rolled oats, protein-and-vitamin-packed nut butter, natural sweeteners and a healthy dose of cinnamon, this tantalizing festive dessert is an immune-boosting treat that is sure to satisfy your holiday sweet tooth. Prepared in single serving ramekins, portion control is no problem. And because it’s oatmeal based, it gives you the perfect excuse to eat dessert for breakfast!

 

Orange-Spiced Poached Pears

Pumpkin loves to hog the spotlight when it comes to holiday produce, but let’s not forget about our other favorite fall fruit: the pear! Featuring hints of orange, nutmeg and ginger, this comforting and vitamin-rich poached pear recipe is the perfect healthy end to your holiday meal.

 

Pumpkin Bread Pudding

There’s really nothing more comforting than a hot, heaping serving of bread pudding on the holidays. This version puts seasonal pumpkin twist on the cozy classic, making it just the thing to put your guests over the top this holiday season. And the best part: this recipe can easily be made vegan! Simply replace the cream with soymilk, the eggs with apple sauce, and the brown sugar with organic sucanat, and you’ve got yourself a healthy—and animal friendly—holiday treat that everyone will love.

 

Grain-Free Ginger Cookies

Chewy? Check. Gooey? Check. Packed with gingery goodness? Check, Check Check! Made using almond flour and blackstrap molasses, not only are these cookies grain free, but they’re also rich in protein and loaded with iron, calcium, copper, magnesium, and potassium. Naturally sweetened with maple syrup and boasting all the health and wellness benefits of ginger, these holiday ginger cookies are as healthy as they are delicious—and they’re vegan too!

 

Pumpkin Donuts

Made with coconut flour and pumpkin puree, sweetened with honey, and baked instead of fried, these pumpkin spice donuts are loaded with natural vitamins and minerals and perfect for anyone looking for a playful and healthy alternative to traditional holiday dessert fare. Dust them with a light blizzard of granulated coconut sugar and serve with your after-dinner espresso for the perfect ending to your holiday meal.

 

Spiced Stewed Fruit

Anytime you can substitute artificial or processed sweeteners for the natural sweetness of fruit, you’re doing your body a favor. Great for your digestion and loaded with potassium and vitamin C, this mouthwatering stewed fruit recipe is an immune-boosting delicacy that your guests won’t be able to stop eating. Plus, it’s packed with ginger, which is proven to help with everything from muscle pain, to vertigo and nausea, to osteoarthritis and so much more!

 

Eat up, stay warm, and have a happy, healthy holiday season!

 

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