10 delicious puddings that are all low in fat

If you’re trying to cut down on your fat intake but still fancy something sweet, opt for one of our low-fat puddings; each contains less calories and fat than classic recipes but all the same delicious taste.

10 delicious puddings that are all low in fat

So that you can still indulge your sweet tooth, without worrying about calories or fat content, we’ve rounded up ten healthy pudding recipes. Choose from sticky toffee pudding, steamed fruit sponges or bread and butter pudding.

Healthier rice pudding

Properly creamy, sink-your-spoon-in rice pudding is a wondrous thing. We’ve gone heavy on the comfort here, but eased up on the calorie and fat count.

Lighter sticky toffee pudding

Try our slimmed-down sticky toffee pudding recipe, made with dates and maple syrup, that’s much lower in fat than the traditional version.

Chocolate, pear and pistachio pudding

Welcome the autumnal weather and treat yourself with this simple chocolate, pear and pistachio pudding from Healthy Food Guide.

Low calorie bread and butter pudding

Our slimmed-down version of the classic British dessert contains just 295 calories per serving. Use skimmed milk instead of whole milk if you’d like to cut down the fat content even more.

Healthier pannacotta

We’ve used Greek yogurt to make a low-calorie, low-fat version of this much-loved Italian dessert recipe. For even more flavour, you can add fresh berries too.

Sourdough summer pudding

Use up stale sourdough bread and a glut of fruit from the garden to make a delicious steamed summer pudding that’s bursting with flavour but super low in fat.

Healthier steamed syrup sponge

We’ve given this classic British pudding a healthy makeover. Our light sponge topped with sticky, sweet syrup is lower in calories and fat than the traditional recipe.

Blackberries with rolled oat and cinnamon crumble

A wonderfully Scottish blackberry, rolled oat and cinnamon crumble recipe – this low-fat pud is the perfect end to a dinner party. We’ve skipped the shedload of butter which is traditionally found in a crumble topping.

Blackberry and thyme steamed puddings with bay custard

We’ve added lemon thyme and blackberry to this classic British pudding, which contains just 2.4 grams of fat per serving.

Apple snow pudding

This apple snow pudding, from Healthy Food Guide, is a little less unhealthy, but every bit as nice – so there’s no need to miss out on enjoying your favourite dessert.

Looking for something chilled? Try browsing our low-fat desserts collection for lighter sorbets, cheesecakes or jellies.

 

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