Indulge without the guilt: Your favorite snacks just got healthier, thanks to our ingredient swaps and lightened-up recipes.
Nonfat frozen yogurt and egg whites lighten up this indulgent ice-cream cookie. Makes 12 sandwiches (90 calories each).
Paper-thin crepes are improved upon health-wise with blackberries; this fruit is among the most fiber-rich you'll find and is a good source of vitamin C. Buttermilk -- a lower-fat alternative to heavy cream -- provides the base for the filling. Makes 6 servings (231 each).
These cupcakes use orange marmalade, a citrus preserve that includes shreds or chunks of the peel, as an ingredient and a topping. If you find it too bitter, look for "sweet" on the label or purchase marmalade made from sweet oranges. Makes 18 cupcakes (237 calories each).
Granola may be considered a healthy food -- but in reality, many store-bought brands are loaded with sugar, fat, and preservatives. Rich in fiber and heart-healthy omega-3s, this recipe has 20 percent to 30 percent fewer calories and 30 percent to 60 percent less fat than most store-bought brands. Makes two cups (194 calories per serving).