Decadent desserts that are 150 calories and under


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Coconut Macaroons

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Whether you love chocolate, fruity flavors, caramel or all things sweet, we've got a tasty treat for you. Start drooling now!

Coconut Macaroons: 52 carlories per cookie

Longing for Paris? Try making these gooey classics and you might just tap into a little of that c'est la vie lifestyle. Oats replace part of the coconut to keep the fat content down, and the chocolate drizzle adds sweetness.

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Skinny Cow Caramel Truffle Bars

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Skinny Cow Caramel Truffle Bars : 100 calories

Is there anything better than standing in front of the freezer in your bikini mid-summer and taking out a dripping fudge bar? Treat yourself to this little scenario with one of these Fudgsicles on steroids—they sure taste like a lot more than 100 calories.

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Dole Banana Dippers with Almonds

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Dole Banana Dippers with Almonds: 120 calories per pack

Bananas aren't just for your smoothies anymore. These new snack packs from Dole feature the fruit frozen, dipped in chocolate and then covered in almonds for a satisfying crunch.

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Dove Promises in Silky Smooth Dark Chocolate

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Dove Promises in Silky Smooth Dark Chocolate: About 126 calories per three pieces

If dark chocolate is your jam, more power to you—this superfood packs in the antioxidants and can help you fight belly fat. Three pieces might not seem like a lot, but the creaminess of this version will sate your craving. (And if you need a fourth piece, well, we won't tell... )

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Orange Pecan Cookies

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Orange Pecan Cookies: 130 calories per two pieces

This is the perfect pairing for your afternoon tea or coffee. The recipe by pastry chef Heather Norkin is easy to make, and almost all the fat is the heart-friendly unsaturated kind, thanks to the pecans.

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Jell-O Chocolate Fat-Free Pudding Snack

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Jell-O Chocolate Fat-Free Pudding Snack: 100 calories

Just had the worst day ever? Don't make it even worse by ruining your diet with a pan of brownies. These little single-serving cups will satisfy your need for chocolate while keeping your calorie count in check.

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Sandwich Cookies with Chocolate Ganache Filling

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Sandwich Cookies with Chocolate Ganache Filling: 53 calories each

There's something so pleasing about a little sandwich cookie—so much so that it's easy to eat a whole row of Oreos without noticing. One way to resist? Bake your own—and share! This easy recipe makes a whopping 36 cookies, so you can bake the night before, indulge in three before bedtime, then share the rest at work the next day. Yum!

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Starbucks Cinnamon Dolce Creme Frappuccino

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Starbucks Cinnamon Dolce Creme Frappuccino: 140 calories

Sometimes your dessert desire strikes in the mid-afternoon. We say: Do it! This blended drink has the creaminess of a much richer indulgence but way fewer calories and no fat provided you order it tall with non-fat milk. Cheers to that!

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Warm Chocolate Cakes with Coffee Creme Angalaise

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Warm Chocolate Cakes with Coffee Creme Angalaise: 139 calories per serving

Um, warm cake? Rich cream sauce? 'Nuff said.

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Small Red Mango Frozen Yogurt in Irish Cream

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Small Red Mango Frozen Yogurt in Irish Cream : 150 calories

Here's something to smile about: Many of Red Mango's dozens of flavors are 150 calories (or fewer!) when you order a small size, meaning you can choose from tastes as wide-ranging as Pomegranate, Ginger, Cake Batter and Dark Chocolate. We like the Irish Cream flavor because it feels like you're getting that boozy milkshake—minus the calories and guilt, of course.

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Cherry Cheesecake

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Yoplait Whips! in Cherry Cheesecake: 140 calories

We know, we know: This isn't real cheesecake. But your brain will sure be fooled when you dig in to this delightfully light treat. Bonus: You'll also be getting five grams of protein and a little calcium.

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Small Cherries Jubilee Ice Cream

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Small Cherries Jubilee Ice Cream: 150 calories

Summer = ice cream. Indulge a bit but keep your calories in check with this small scoop from Baskin Robbins. It's like childhood in a cup.

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