Sweet Sixteen


With March Madness in full swing you might find yourself going to various watch parties or maybe even in the comfort of your own home craving something sweet. Here are 16 sweet treats that you can share and enjoy without feeling too guilty! Click on the bold links for the recipes!

No-Bake Energy Bites: I made Gimme Some Oven’s little pieces of heaven earlier this winter and loved them! Energy Bites

Fruit Salsa: Kiwi, mango, papaya, oh my! Served with plain tortilla chips, it’s the perfect salty and sweet combination! Fruit Salsa Lemon Poppyseed Waffles: Who said waffles are for breakfast only?Lemon WafflesBlack Bean Brownies: Yoga Babe’s recipe is very easy to make and a hit with kids!Kids

Fruit Rings: They’re very easy to make if you have an oven or dehydrator! Apples5Fruit Platter: Apples, raisins, coconut, and honey! A great mix-n-match last minute idea!
honeypotDate Balls: You’d never guess these bite-sized sweets are made from dates!Date BallsApple Nachos: Like the fruit platter but a little bit messier! Napkins are a must!Apple NachosFruit & Cake Skewers: Super easy to eat and no plate necessary! Easy to make with kids! Fruit KbobZucchini Brownies: Because it’s always fun to keep secret ingredients like zucchini to yourself! No one will notice!brownies

Greek Yogurt Bar! Add all sorts of fun toppings to plain Greek yogurt and don’t worry about anything melting! P1030430
Crostini Buffet: Don’t worry pleasing everyone when you have a DIY crostini buffet!
ToppingsSweet Potato Hummus: It’s not as sweet as the other treats but it’s delicious! Hummus
Mean Green Muffins: Made with spinach and buckwheat with a bit of toasted coconut! Cupcakes

Frozen Banana Bon Bons: The ingredients are frozen sliced bananas, chocolate, and coconut! Easy as that!IMG_0290Peeps S’Mores: Why not make the last one a little unhealthy. Tis the season!