“Healthy” means so many different things to different people, but nobody associates it with dessert. If you aren’t off the homemade sweets completely, what are some ways you adapt them for whatever health/dietary reason?
(Beyond just reducing the sugar or substituting identical health/diet-conscious versions of the usual ingredients)
To avoid debate on whether a given recipe/ingredient adjustment is actually “healthier”, it might be good to begin with the benefit or your reason for making the dessert this way. And if it doesn’t sound like a winner to you, please don’t “yuck” someone else’s “yum”.
Melted Root Beer Freeze:
Dairy-free, lower sugar, fat, calories and cholesterol
Instead of ice cream, I mix one part root beer with four parts unsweetened soy milk (make sure the soy milk has vanilla in it). All well-chilled, of course! Almond and rice milk’s flavors stand out too much in this concoction, IMO, but there is always the option of using less. Start with mainly root beer and increase the proportion of soy milk in your future cups.