The best low calorie desserts which are as sweet as she is
We believe that nothing says “I love you” better than a beautifully prepared, scrumptious dessert which is actually good for you.
As Mother’s Day is upon us once again, we thought we’d share some of our mouth-watering recipes so you can really give mum the day she deserves.
So, get her to put her feet up, put the kettle on, and treat her to a special Lo-Dough delight which is both low in calories and high in love.
Whether mum loves a traditional bread and butter pudding, or something quirkier like a sweet chocolate dessert pizza, we have the recipes that will ensure she feels truly appreciated. As they’re so easy to prepare, you can treat her like a queen with less prep time in the kitchen (and more time for quality chatting!).
If you are looking for low-calorie, low-carb & high-fibre breakfast inspiration, then you have come to the right place!
These American style pancakes are sweet perfection and can be served with any number of accompaniments - fruits and syrups, strawberries and cream, yoghurt or even bacon. As you can see - we've gone with blueberries and yoghurt
This is the perfect treat to add sweetness to your Mother’s Day, and with it weighing in at just 5g carbs, we think she’ll be prouder than ever!
Even mums like surprises - and this unique and luscious dessert is one which is fit for queens. At just 105 calories per slice It’s fun, super-inviting and perfect for sharing on Mother’s Day.
Given the decadence of the final cheesecake topped brownie, the macros will come as quite a surprise. Each brownie is only 178 calories, only 11g of carbs, 13.6g of fat. Additionally, the supply you 6g of protein and an impressive 5.3g of fibre! We all need treats every once in a while and when they are as tasty as this, but for those kinds of macros what's stopping you?
What if we told you that you could have a slice of sweet, comforting apple pie for under 120 calories and 12.75g of carbs (nearly all of which are coming from the natural sugars in the apple)? You'd bite our hand off, right? Add to that the fact that each slice is just under 5g of healthy fibre and this apple tart is pretty much your dream diet dessert.
This recipe took us a bit by surprise here at Lo-Dough. Getting a beautiful sticky toffee pudding onto a plate without adding any sugar and as little fat as possible was no mean feat. But after some playing in the kitchen, we've done it and it tastes indistinguishable from the full-carb, full-fat version! The key as ever is using Lo-Dough instead of flour, but also, in this case, using quality sweetener in place of sugar.