Valentine’s Day Ideas: Treats Under 100 Calories
When you think of Valentine’s Day Ideas you think of chocolate or candy hearts, right? But instead of going into sugar overload this year, we’ve come up with some cute, simple, and healthy Valentine’s Day treats that are all less then 100 Calories. This way you can still satisfy that craving without feeling guilty.
Let us know which is your favorite!
5 Minute Microwave Chocolate Truffles
We know, we know, how can a fancy sounding truffle only take 5 minutes to make, let alone in the microwave? Simple. All you have to do is melt all the ingredients together in a microwavable bowl, freeze it, then scoop them into their truffle shapes with a mini cookie scoop.
These healthy version truffles only have a few simple ingredients including coconut milk, which is a great dairy free option. Oh and the best part…? One of these delicious treats only sets you back about 35 calories!
For all of the non-chocolate lovers out there, this one is for you! With only 80 calories in two of these yummy treats, this is one our best Valentine’s Day Ideas.
Simply dip a strawberry in some vanilla yogurt (preferably Greek yogurt because it has a thicker consistency), and freeze them! Strawberries are extremely rich in vitamins C, A, and E. They also contain minerals such as potassium and manganese, healthy and delicious!
Low Fat Chocolate Chip Raspberry Quick Bread
This chocolate chip raspberry bread is as delicious as it is beautiful. Some people might think that baking bread is a long, daunting task (which we can totally relate to), but not this one!
With its simple and whole ingredients, this bread is a great healthy option for a Valentine’s Day treat. And with only about 50 calories per serving, you can’t go wrong with this one!
Valentine’s Day Peanut Butter Cookies
Who doesn’t love a good cookie? Especially when it’s under 100 calories? These decadent peanut butter cookies with dark chocolate M&M’s give a natural sweetness from the honey that will keep you undoubtedly satisfied.
You might be asking yourself “how are these cookies healthy?!” You get your protein from the peanut butter, fiber from the whole-wheat flour and wheat germ, and antioxidants from the dark chocolate. Looks like you might even be able to sneak a second one!
Gluten Free Triple Berry Mini Cheesecakes
These mini cheesecakes are the perfect little treat. Look how cute they are! The crust is made with gluten free Chex cereal, which is a great alternative to the usual graham cracker. Then, just add the simple filling and top with berries of your choice and you are good to go!
Oh, and the best part…these mini cheesecakes will only set you back about 80 calories.