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Because everyone has a sweet tooth.
But not every sweet treat has to be bad for you!
The secret ingredient that makes this cookie dough taste like the real deal? An entire can of chickpeas. It gives the dough a nice creamy texture, and you'll have no idea it's in there. Get the recipe here.
Unlike a lot of store bough fruit leathers, this homemade version is made with only peaches, sugar, and lemon juice. Get the recipe here.
Just dump everything in a food processor, blend, then roll into balls and coat with coconut. Get the recipe here.
Sweet and sticky dates stuffed with peanut butter and coated in chocolate — what could be better? Get the recipe here.
These sweet and salty nuts are seasoned with a dash of cayenne to give them a bit of heat. Get the recipe here.
Simply mix up some honey, Greek yogurt, and peanut butter and get dippin'. Get the recipe here.
These energy balls are seasoned with molasses, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and cloves to make them taste just like gingerbread (even if it isn't the holiday season). Get the recipe here.
OK, so maybe these aren't real cookies, but you get the idea. Get the recipe here.
These frozen treats only take two ingredients to make: blueberries and yogurt. Get the recipe here.
Simply slice up some bananas, coat them in melted chocolate, and freeze 'em.
You can go crazy with toppings or add none at all, your choice! Get the recipe here.
These crunchy chickpeas are seasoned with olive oil, cinnamon, and sugar and are totally addictive. Get the recipe here.
This sweet and salty popcorn is kind of like kettle corn — only made with honey and cinnamon instead of white sugar. Get the recipe here.
These peanut butter and chocolate bites have all the delicious flavor of a peanut butter cup without the added sugar. Get the recipe here.
These mandarines dipped in chocolate are bright, salty, and sweet — just the thing to satisfy a sweet tooth. Get the recipe here.
The key to making these super crispy is to slice them very thin. If you have a mandoline, this is the time to bust it out. Get the recipe here.
This recipe makes 33 energy balls, so it's the perfect thing to make once and keep in your fridge for anytime you're craving something sweet. Get the recipe here.
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