Being calorie conscious about your desserts

Diabetes and obesity are the two most painful problems in an individual’s life especially if he/she is fond of sweets. Sugar and saturated fatty foods are at the roots of all the health problems. And these are aggravated when you do not burn out the calories that you consume.

Today there is hardly any person who does not work outside. And most of the wok done is at the desk. Hence there is very little exercise that will consume the calories that are taken. To fight these problems, it is very important to opt for low calorie diet especially the low calorie dessert that you love after dinner.
Cinnamon Pear Frozen Yogurt
You must have tried out various low calorie desserts and found them to be tasty and nutritious. Here is a luscious frozen dessert made from the best of ingredients that will satisfy you.

Cinnamon Pear Frozen Yogurt

To prepare this juicy low-calorie dessert, you will require a few ingredients that you have at home almost regularly. Yogurt is a very healthy food that supplies essential elements to the body while maintaining low calorie intake. Pears are eaten for their refreshing taste and food value while cinnamon is that spice you often use to flavor your delicacies. So making this low calorie dessert will be a matter of a few minutes.


2.Low-fat Yogurt.
3.Sugar substitutes.
4.Ground Cinnamon.
5.Ground all spice.


-You will need quite a few pears. If you are using canned pears, then keep aside a cup of juice and drain out the rest.
-Make a puree of the pears in a blender or food processor.
-In a bowl, combine the pears, juice, low-fat yogurt, cinnamon powder and all spice.
-Pour all the contents in canister of ice cream maker.
-Add vanilla extract.
-Now follow the directions of the manufacturer as given in your ice cream maker and keep in the refrigerator to freeze.

Your yummy dessert is ready to serve every person who maintains a low calorie diet regime. You can make your own variations according to your requirements. Use organic pears without the juice, vanilla low-fat yogurt and honey in place of sugar substitute if you are not serving a diabetic. If you do not have icemaker, use the blender to mix all the ingredients well and freeze it. Repeat the process till the batter is smooth and fluffy. Pour in attractive small ice cream cups and freeze.

You can always be innovative and add a few cherries or nuts and raisins to serve your guests.