This fruit-filled yogurt dessert topped with cookie crumbs is a tasty and healthy treat.
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Recipe Use peaches that aren't superripe for this recipe so they'll hold their shape when cooked. The baking dish will be brimming with fruit and topping, so it's a good idea to place it on a foil-lined baking sheet before putting it in the oven.
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Recipe Whether prepared as one large cobbler or in individual ramekins, you're sure to love the unique filling of plums, ginger, and lemon juice. Each serving weighs in right under 300 calories.
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Frozen Blackberry-Lemon Chiffon Pie
Frozen Blackberry-Lemon Chiffon Pie Recipe This pie makes a lovely, refreshing summer dessert with a true berry flavor. Garnish with fresh berries and a sprig of mint for a dessert that's as pleasing to look at it as it is to taste.
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Brandied Apricot-Peach Pies Recipe Serve these mini pies as an after-dinner treat or an after-school snack. One of our on-line reviewers says, "I keep these (unbaked) in the freezer for my teenager to pop in the oven whenever he wants one."
Mango Pie Recipe A fresh alternative to the classic peach pie, mango offers a sweet and juicy flavor that compliments the crystallized ginger and tender, flaky crust.
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Mixed-Fruit Cobbler Recipe Using fresh or frozen berries makes this cobbler ideal for any time of the year. The addition of whole-wheat flour to both the filling and the crust adds a pleasing nutty flavor.
Strawberry Pie Recipe Treat yourself to a decadent pie with sweet strawberries, a chocolate cookie crust and a rich chocolate drizzle–it's only 239 calories per serving.
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Cast-Iron Apple Cobbler
Cast-Iron Apple Cobbler Recipe Use your cast-iron skillet to make this old-fashioned fruit dessert. It serves 10, but you can halve the recipe and use a smaller skillet if you're serving a small crowd.
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Apple-Cranberry Cobbler Recipe Tangy fresh apples and dried sweetened cranberries make perfect flavor partners in this juicy cobbler. Use a food processor to make the reduced-fat crust.