Healthier eating is becoming more popular and more important to our everyday living, and we know that bakers also want to watch what they eat! With healthy lifestyles becoming more popular, it doesn't mean you have to stop eating the things you love. By simply making a few changes to your recipes it can make a real difference!
Below we have put together a collection of healthier alternatives for you to try in the run up to summer. With fewer calories in each recipe, you can enjoy your home baking with less of the guilt. Then head over to our Top Tips page for some great hints for making your recipes healthier, yet still delicious.
These adorable mini loaves are a great healthy alternative for an afternoon treat.
If you love carrot cake then you a sure to love these carrot cake cookies, sandwiched together with cream cheese icing!
Adding courgette to this recipe make a deliciously moist, guilt free sponge! Each cupcake is only 177 calories.
This Lemon and Poppyseed cake is a perfect teatime treat.
#GetThatBakingFeeling when presenting these Bakewell Cupcakes to the next bake sale you go to... They're delicious and look incredible!
These delicious breakfast muffins contain less than 10g of fat each!
This gluten free chocolate cake is a delicious sharing cake containing Fine Dark Cocoa Powder.
Create that WOW with this baked alaska. Strawberry, vanilla and Orange ice cream coated in a meringue shell!
These delicious gingerbread style cupcakes are only 160 calories per cake!
Kimberley Wilson has created this recipe exclusively for the Dr. Oetker Even Better Baking Team.
This cake uses polenta instead of flour for a deliciously different texture.
These refreshing desserts are a perfect summertime treat.
Get that 'I didn't even get a slice of my own cake' feeling when everyone tucks in!
This reduced fat brownie recipe means we can all feel a little less guilty about eating it!
These delicious squares make a great alternative to a flapjack recipe.
At last, a truly fabulous cake that you can enjoy – but with a little less guilt! Recipe courtesy of Essentials magazine.