Looking for Whole30 desserts that will satisfy your cravings but still keep your diet on track?
Enjoy a sweet treat with these fantastic Whole30 recipes!
This strict diet asks you to commit fully for 30 straight days – no cheating, no breaks.
But that doesn’t mean you can’t indulge! It just means you need to get creative and find some wholesome, sugar-free desserts.
I promise, with these Whole30 desserts, you won’t feel like you’re missing out one bit!
This “nice cream” recipe is just like soft-serve or traditional ice cream, but it’s Whole30-compliant and gluten-free to boot.
It has a sweet, tropical taste that incorporates coconut, your choice of mango or pineapple, bananas, and a bit of ginger.
It’s unbelievably good and tastes just like the real thing.
You can even add your favorite Whole30-compliant toppings, such as chopped nuts, seeds, or coconut whipped cream.
Who doesn’t love delicious baked cinnamon apples?
These are the Whole30 version of that, and honestly, I like them even more because you’ll also incorporate pears into the mix.
They’re sweet, fruity, cinnamony, and absolutely scrumptious. Plus, you can have them on the table in less than 10 minutes!
All you’ll need for these gluten-free, vegan, and paleo-friendly brownies is cocoa powder, raw almond butter, and bananas. (Add a dash of cinnamon if you like.)
They’re thick, fudgy, wonderfully chocolatey, and every bite you’ll take will seem better than the last.
These little balls of energy may look strange, but they’re actually phenomenal.
They’re an easy, mess-free way to enjoy a midday pick-me-up that’s also pretty sweet.
In many ways, their flavor reminds me of the old-school Raspberry Zingers, but the dates add complexity you won’t find in the coconut-covered snack cakes.
If you prefer chocolate and nuts to berries, these energy balls may be more your speed.
You’ll make them with raw cashews and almonds, Medjool dates, and cocoa powder. Really, that’s it!
Each one has a ton of protein, and you can whip up a batch in just five minutes with no cooking involved.
Sweet breakfast recipes are something I think we all love, but they aren’t always the healthiest options.
That isn’t so in this case.
It’s sweet, but naturally so, and it has a wonderfully raw, fresh flavor that’s just out of this world delicious.
I’m a big believer in the benefits of chia seeds, so this chia pudding is a favorite of mine.
It’s a five-ingredient, no-cook dessert option that shouldn’t take longer than five minutes to prepare.
After that, you’ll need to let it chill for at least an hour in the fridge. Then, you can top it with nuts, seeds, berries, or anything else you prefer.
Coconut cream fruit tarts combine the bright, tangy taste of berries with the rich and earthy flavors of coconut, dates, and almonds.
These are surprisingly decadent, despite their freshness, so don’t be surprised if your non-Whole30 friends try to steal them from you.
These thick, fudgy breakfast bars are like healthy brownies if you can believe it?
They’re full of chocolatey goodness, raw almonds, walnuts, and sweetened with dates.
It takes only 10 minutes to make eight bars, and they’re unbelievably filling. You can enjoy them for breakfast if you like, but they also make great desserts.
These no-bake apple and almond butter bars are a bit hard to describe.
The texture is somewhere between fudge and Fig Newtons, and the taste is even more complicated.
They have a fruity and nutty flavor that’s ideal for fall, and the cinnamon only adds to their yumminess.
Adding flaked sea salt keeps them from being too rich, but you can skip that if you want.
In short, these are extremely tasty but hard to imagine until you’ve tried them for yourself.
This Whole30 blueberry cobbler isn’t as sweet and rich as a traditional blueberry cobbler, and the topping is slightly different.
But if your favorite part of any cobbler is the fruity filling, then you’ll love this recipe as it’s practically overflowing with berries.
It’s tangy, zesty, and super juicy. And who can resist a bowl of vibrant and sweet blueberries?
These brownies are vegan-friendly, gluten-free, and Whole30-compliant. They’re also a delightful treat for anyone who can’t get enough of fall flavors.
They’re nutty and pumpkiny, and they have a warm, crumbly consistency that practically melts in your mouth.
Plus, you can make a batch with only seven ingredients in just 35 minutes.
Of course, some people prefer muffins to brownies and that’s where this recipe comes into play.
They’re still overflowing with pumpkin pie spice and other fall flavors, but they’re lighter and fluffier.
The idea of a dairy-free cheesecake may seem ridiculous, but there isn’t an ounce of dairy in this one.
Still, it has a pleasant crust and like so many vegan desserts, it’s impossibly creamy.
The crust is crunchy, nutty, and has a rich, decadent taste.
Then, you’ll use cashews, apple sauce, lemon juice, coconut oil, and full-fat coconut milk for the main “cheesecake” layer.
Finally, add your favorite berries and a splash of lemon juice for a tart and tangy topping that is reminiscent of a proper cheesecake.
This four-ingredient breakfast treat reminds me so much of a parfait that it’s almost uncanny; only this one is much crunchier.
The coconut cream will remind you of yogurt, and the berries and cashew cookies are perfect together.
The consistency is nowhere near the same, but the taste is nearly spot-on.
This strawberry coconut ice cream is a lot like the coconut nice cream above. It has the same texture and consistency and is also Whole30-compliant.
The difference, of course, is that this one is a lovely pink color and has a ton of strawberry flavor for you to enjoy.
Here’s another fantastic option for the blueberry lovers out there. Instead of a cobbler, it’s a cool and creamy, no-bake blueberry pie.
With its almond and date crust, velvety smooth coconut cream filling, and fresh, tart blueberries, you won’t find many people who don’t come back for seconds.
In case you need one more “nice cream” option, here you go!
This one is full of chocolate and banana flavors and takes only four ingredients to make.
As long as you have frozen bananas, cocoa powder, almond butter, and milk, you’re all set.
If you like, you can top this dairy-free ice cream recipe with vegan chocolate chips, nuts, or coconut for an extra kick.
If I had to sum up these cashew coconut bars in a single word, it would be this: nutty.
They are insanely nutty and not too sweet, so if you’re into nutty desserts, this is the option for you.
They also feature a generous helping of chia seeds, which you already know I think are tiny little miracle seeds.
Give these a try; you won’t regret it.
Grilled plantains are a popular dessert in many cultures, but they often get overlooked in America because they aren’t super sugary.
But if you look around, you’ll see a number of scrumptious plantain desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth.
And if you’re on the Whole30 diet, you might want to buy a few. They are a healthy, easy-to-make, and Whole30-compliant dessert option.
If they don’t taste “dessert-like” enough on their own, spice them up with a dash of cinnamon.
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