About.com users have been whipping up these treats like crazy, as you can tell from the reviews on many of them. Here are the most popular dessert recipes on the site. They often have special ingredients, such as sweeteners with zero carbohydrate. Regular sweetener from the grocery store can usually be substituted, although some people find that they have an aftertaste in large quantities. All of these recipes are low in carbohydrates, wheat-free, and gluten-free.
This basic cheesecake can be "dressed up" in a number of ways. Strawberry cheesecake is a favorite.
This mousse is such a rich, intense chocolate that you'll probably be satisfied with a small amount.
You won't believe how easy this is to make, and how good it is! You just mix it up in a bowl and pack it into a pan.
I used my basic muffin recipe to make the base of this yummy strawberry shortcake. It's gluten-free and wheat-free, too!
Don't wait for Thanksgiving to make this pie! It is yummy any time, and not very hard to make. You can make it in the pecan crust, or just plain as a baked pumpkin custard.
How to make a cheesecake extra-lemony but not sour? The secret is in the lemon zest and a sour cream topping that has an extra hit of lemon juice.
With only 4 ingredients, these cookies are easy to mix up and bake, and hit the spot with afternoon tea.
These are a nice cookie for fall or holiday time, or as a healthy lunchtime treat any time of year.
A wonderful summer dessert when raspberries are in season, but can be made with frozen berries just as well.
These sugar-free, low-carb peanut butter cups are better than any "diet candy" you can buy in a store.