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“Dessert can still be nutritious. Just because it’s sweet and tastes great doesn’t mean you can’t still be consuming great nutrients," she says, as she shares sweet treats that are also packed with many healthy elements.
The Doctors are big fans of her coconut pumpkin custard, chocolate sweet potato cupcakes, and frozen hot chocolate, which are filled with vitamins, healthy fats, fiber, antioxidants, anti-bacterial benefits, and protein. Dr. Travis Stork reveals that her healthy take on cupcakes would satisfy him when he's experiencing the urge to indulge in something chocolatey.
Get the recipes for Keri Glassman's healthy desserts good enough for your sweet tooth.