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Some easy dessert recipes include berries with coconut cream, raspberry fool, berry and ice cream shortcakes and fruity ice cream cups. Some easy dessert recipes that require baking include Nutella-swirled peanut butter chip blondies and flourless double-chocolate pecan...

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A healthy dessert recipe is Food Network's No-Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Bars. The recipe uses reduced fat cream cheese, Greek yogurt and peanut butter for a low-calorie dessert bar.

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Chocolate-dipped strawberries are an easy desert to make. Melt 16 ounces of milk chocolate chips with 2 ounces of shortening in a double boiler, stirring occasionally. Dip strawberries into the chocolate mixture and insert a toothpick into the top of each strawberry.

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Some easy-to-make dessert recipes include quick cherry crisp, rocky road parfaits and butterscotch pretzel bars. To make quick cherry crisp, mix together 1/2 cup of sugar with 1 tablespoon of cornstarch, and stir it into 4 cups of frozen red cherries. As the cherries co...

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Light dessert recipes include ambrosia fruit salad, spiced applesauce, low-fat chocolate chip cookies and malted chocolate pudding cake. Dessert recipes that are lighter and healthier often use fresh fruit, Dutch cocoa powder and vegetable oil free of trans-fats as ingr...

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Betty Crocker has a wide variety of kid-friendly dessert recipes including Fruity Fro-Yo Fun Bars and Colorful Cookie Pops. There are many options that are appealing to children's taste buds and easy for kids to help make on BettyCrocker.com.

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Some sugar-free desserts include AllRecipes.com's Sugarless Pumpkin Pie, EatingWell's Cherries with Ricotta and Toasted Almonds, and Eating Well's Melon and Apple Granita. The pumpkin pie recipe uses artificial sweetener in place of sugar, but the other recipes don't us...