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10 Delicious Desserts Under 200 Calories

10 Delicious Desserts Under 200 Calories

Low-calorie desserts that are still big on taste.

Everyone has a vice they just can't resist - and quite often it involves calorific, sugary (and delicious) desserts. We've all been in a position where we continue to shave off another little slither of cake, only to go back in again 5 minutes later. Well not anymore! The recipes below will change the way you eat dessert - instead of having a tiny slither, you will be able to have a healthy chunk of cake, brownie, tart, and more, and still keep it to under 200 calories. 

Looking to also keep the carbohydrates to a minimum? Check out our essentials ingredients for low carb baking too. 

Low sugar vanilla flan on a cake stand

Low Calorie Vanilla Flan

159 kcals (per quarter)

This flan might look fancy but it is so simple to make. The silky, deep filled vanilla custard is to die for - and you get 4 huge portions out of one low-cal Lo-dough base. 

Full Recipe: Low Calorie Vanilla Flan

Blueberry muffins on a plate

Low Calorie Blueberry Muffins

67 kcals (per muffin)

These fruit-packed muffins are the perfect breakfast treat. For the ultimate, low-carb, low-calorie muffins, keep them plain or dress with the topping of your choice. 

Full Recipe: Low Calorie Blueberry Muffins

Chocolate chip muffins cross section

Chocolate Chip Vanilla Muffins

94 kcals (per muffin)

Muffins couldn't be easier with our Vanilla Sponge Mix. Simply add 50g of milk chocolate chips and 240ml of water to our mix to create 6 delicious low calorie sweet snacks. The mix makes 6 gorgeous, perfectly sweet and indulgent choc-chip muffins.

Full Recipe: Chocolate Chip Muffins

Brownie lollipops on sticks

Low Calorie Brownie Lollipops

113 kcals (per lollipop)

Making brownie lollipops is great fun and super simple. Kids (and adults) will love them and they couldn't be more simple with our just-add-water brownie mix.

Full recipe: Low Calorie Brownie Lollipops 

Peanut butter brownies getting sliced

Peanut Butter Glazed Brownies

96 kcals (per brownie)

Don't believe these brownies could possibly be under 100 calories? Wait 'til you try them! These are made with our deliciously low-calorie brownie mix - simply add water to the mix, bake, and then top with peanut butter glaze. You won't regret it! 

Full Recipe: Peanut Butter Glazed Brownies

Low calorie fruit crumble

Low-Cal Fruit Crumble

198 kcals (per serving)

Cold mornings and dark nights have made an abrupt & unwanted return. However, this does mean that warm, comforting desserts are back! This healthy fruit crumble is just 198 kcals per serving, whilst also providing you with 1/3 of your daily fibre

Full Recipe: Low-Cal Fruit Crumble

Low calorie blueberry cheesecake with spoon

Blueberry Cheesecake

173 kcals (per cheesecake)

"Cheesecake?! A cake made out of cheese?!" The creamy vanilla custard pairs beautifully with a tart, blueberry topping for a dessert experience not to be missed! 

Full Recipe: Blueberry Cheesecake

Cheesecake topped brownies on table

Low Cal Cheesecake Topped Brownies 

107 kcals (per 1/8)

You wouldn't believe the delicious sweet, rich flavour you can get for get for so few calories and carbs. Using low fat soft cheese helps to keep this dessert delicious while reducing sugar and fat. 

Full Recipe: Low Cal Cheesecake Topped Brownies 

Low sugar lemon mug cake with cream

Low Calorie Lemon & Poppy Seed Mug Cake

170 kcals (per cake)

We don't trust anyone who doesn't love lemon in cake. This low-calorie lemon & poppy seed mug cake is made by blitzing up your Lo-Dough base into breadcrumbs and using it as a flour replacement. Better still, it only takes 3 minutes in the microwave.

Full Recipe: Low Calorie Lemon & Poppy Seed Mug Cake

Low calorie egg custard tart

Egg Custard Tart 

159 kcals (per 1/6)

Serious news for all you dessert-lovers out there - we have come up with a sugar-free adaption of the classic egg tart. Using Lo-Dough as the pastry replacement and swapping out the sugar for quality sweetener, you get all the rich creamy taste of the original for a fraction of the calories.

Full Recipe: Egg Custard Tart

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