During a holiday known for candy, it can be hard to stay healthy. That's why you need healthy Valentine's Day desserts!
We get it; Valentine's Day is a holiday that can come with a lot of pressure.
You're trying to find the perfect gift, plan the perfect date, and, ultimately, impress your partner!
Between candy, champagne, whipped cream, and fancy dinners, it can be very difficult to stay on track with your health.
That's why we've comprised a list of healthy Valentine's Day desserts that will help you wow your sweetheart.
You'll also show what a romantic — and fit — gentleman you are!
Read on to see which of our healthy Valentine's Day desserts will work best for you and your loved ones!
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Our Favorite Healthy Valentine's Day Desserts
The Perfect Sugar Cookie
Sugar cookies are some of the most popular Valentine's Day desserts.
Many of us can remember our moms baking them for us or passing them to an elementary school crush.
Topped with sugar-free sprinkles, you can get as creative as you want with this sweet treat.
Our favorite sugar cookie is only 41 calories per cookie, with only two tablespoons of butter.
Delicious Chocolate Hazelnut Bark
This chocolate hazelnut bark has just four ingredients!
For all chocolate lovers out there, this is a unique way to celebrate Valentine's Day.
This chocolate hazelnut bark only takes 20 minutes to prepare.
At 139 calories, you can enjoy a decadent dessert without the guilt.
Brownies with a Secret Ingredient
These brownies have kale in them!
Before you turn your nose up to the kale trend, you should know that these brownies are rich and don't actually taste like they have greens in them.
The only kale giveaway is the small green flecks in the treat.
Between the kale, stevia substitute for sugar, and coconut flour substitute for flour, these kale brownies come in at a cool 109 calories.
You can do a little happy dance knowing that the 109 calories include the delicious chocolate frosting!
Sweet Strawberry Shortcake
This isn't your mother's strawberry shortcake recipe.
This fro-yo strawberry shortcake recipe is super simple to make and super delicious to eat!
With a crushed graham cracker base and frozen yogurt blended with frozen strawberries on the top, this frozen treat is a pretty-in-pink way to celebrate Valentine's Day.
Choose no-fat and dairy-free yogurt to blend with the strawberries, and find sugar-free graham crackers so you can eliminate unnecessary carbs and sugars.
These frozen delights come in at 137 calories.
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