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This Independence Day weekend, after feasting on a full range of grilled and baked dishes, there’s only one way to complete a classic barbecue: with a delicious treat. low calorie.
This year skip the creamy ice cream or greasy cakes (as much as you like them) and enjoy something lighter, brighter and healthier.
Choosing low-calorie desserts to serve or enjoy after a big dinner party doesn’t mean store-bought treats either.
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Instead, it’s fun to make something delicious and fun from scratch.
Ask the children to help you too.
These three low-calorie treat ideas are both tasty and refreshing.
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Nothing says summer like cool, light and easy to make popsicles.
And you can use any fruit or toppings you have on hand or want.
Children enjoy the snack because it’s fun and perfect for a summer dessert.
Adults will also join in the fun and appreciate the offer of something lighter than usual.
The great Paula Deen prepares her Sunshine Fruit Pops with tangerine segments, orange juice and lemon juice!
For a 4th of July touch, use holiday-oriented paper plates or other decorative flourishes.
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Fresh fruit cake
Try arranging a cake made entirely of fresh fruit to put a new spin on an old classic!
And sport red, white and blue as much as you want.
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Red, white and blue Jell-o
Make Jell-o like you always have, but spice it up with 4th of July colors in one dish.
You will surprise and delight everyone.