Healthy Summer Desserts That Won't Ruin Your Beach Body

Summer, though it's full of sources of sweets, doesn't have to be unhealthy. In fact, there are options that range from frozen treats to hearty pies that can come in at under 300 calories a serving. And doesn't your body deserve to be svelte, sexy, and satisfied?

Apple Pie Smoothie

This delectable (and healthy!) apple pie smoothie will satisfy both your sweet tooth and your need for a cool refresher!

Banana Nice Cream

Easy as one, two, three, this creamy, sweet, and cool snack or dessert proves that added sugar and oil are not always necessary to satisfy your cravings.

Whole Foods Market

Cocoa Ice Pops

These ice pops are sweet enough for dessert but healthy enough to be served for breakfast.

— Missy Chase Lapine

Healthy Avocado Pudding

A fabulous dessert with no added oil or refined sugar that's packed with flavor! Serve it with berries.

— Whole Foods Market

Fat-Free Key Lime Sorbet

The great thing about this tart and refreshing sorbet is that you don't need an ice cream machine to make it. Just freeze the sorbet in a bowl, whisking it every hour for four hours until it's smooth and creamy.

— Kristie Collado

Mango Lassi Ice Pops

This sweet and creamy ice pop has a fragrant twist: ground cardamom. If you love mango lassi, then this frozen dessert is a summertime must-try.

— Kristie Collado

Skinny Apple Pie a la Mode

Talk about an all-American dessert. Apple pie has been acknowledged for years as the quintessential patriotic indulgence, best shared among family and friends. Try baking or grilling apples in a mixture of honey, fresh oats, and cinnamon. Combine with a scoop of low-fat vanilla ice cream and you're good to go. By eliminating the pie crust and adding cinnamon and oats, you're cutting the calories in half and doubling nutritional value.

— Joanna Adduci