Figure-Friendly Desserts for Fall


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Looking for fall desserts that are figure-friendly? We've rounded up some healthy and delicious fall dessert recipes for you to try.

Pear Ginger Crumble

Carrot Pumpkin Bars

Pear with star anise and cinnamon

Pumpkin Pie Cups

Fresh Pear Pie, sugar-free

Pumpkin's Pie-wiches

Pear Crisp

Autumn Pumpkin Pudding

Blushing Pear

Double layer pumpkin cheesecake

Click here for figure-friendly fall desserts made with apples.

Which of these recipes will you be trying? Do you have other favorite dessert recipes that you enjoy in the fall?

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  • 32
    I need recipes for fall that can be made inan electric skillet or stovetop any suggestions? - 10/7/2010   4:51:12 PM
    I want them all.

    I absolutely LOVE pumpkin.

    The other night, I made a blueberry cobbler to get some frozen blueberries out of my fridge. I like doing cobblers and crisps because they have proportionately more fruit to dough than cakes and pies do.

    I'll probably try the pear ginger crumble recipe first for that reason. DH will probably put ice cream on his, but I don't really care for ice cream with other desserts most of the time. It's a stand-alone and definitely a summer treat. I'm not much interested in the cold stuff in the fall and winter. - 10/6/2010   2:35:16 PM
    I love pumpkin and will be trying all of these recipes. Will let you know as I try them how much I like them... - 10/2/2010   6:30:15 PM
  • 29
    I'm going to try the Pumpkin Pudding since we are all pudding and pumpkin pie lovers here! - 10/2/2010   9:48:36 AM
    TOTALLY had to make the pumpkin pudding tonight ... I'm in L O V E - 9/30/2010   11:07:15 PM
  • 27
    Never tried cooking with pumpkin, going to try a couple of these recpies - 9/30/2010   5:28:42 AM
  • 26
    Not sure yet. - 9/30/2010   12:47:13 AM
  • 25
    I've made a pumpkin cheesecake before, this recipe is a bit different, so will try this one out, but not until we are having other's over to help eat it all, so it does not sit in the fridge, "calling" to me. Healthy or not, it's still extra calories. - 9/29/2010   10:02:34 PM
    I am going to make the pumpkin pudding. - 9/29/2010   8:59:47 PM
  • 23
    I'm vegan didn't see any vegan but opened up a few and found that the Pear Ginger Crumble is vegan just swap out the Ice Cream for a Vegan Brand.

    And the Pear with Star Anise would be considered Vegan as well.

    This is getting me into the holiday spirit time to whip up some Vegan and RAW Desserts. - 9/29/2010   5:38:00 PM
  • 22
    That cheesecake sounds delicious!! Cheesecake is one of those things I can never resist! - 9/29/2010   3:04:13 PM
  • 21
    MEL_UNRAU, That sounds good, too!

    I'm thinking of the using pumpkin pie cups for a church potluck this weekend. Think it would work in cupcake papers with a vanilla wafer on the bottom? - 9/29/2010   2:06:29 PM
  • 20
    Oh my!!! I was just looking for some good recipes for the upcoming holidays! I'm gonna try quite a few of them! Thx - 9/29/2010   12:08:37 PM
  • 19
    I plan to try most of them, but the autumn pumpkin pudding, carrot pumpkin bars and the pumpkin cheesecake are on my list first. :) I am looking forward to checking out the fall "apple" recipes too. Thanks for sharing!! - 9/29/2010   10:27:41 AM
  • 18
    I would love to try all of them. I love pumpkin dessers. - 9/29/2010   10:20:36 AM
  • 17
    The carrot pumpkin bars are to DIE for!!!!! - 9/29/2010   9:50:16 AM
    pumpkin cups - 9/29/2010   9:29:15 AM
  • 15
    They ALL sound wonderful, but I know I'll try the Pear Ginger Crumble and the Pumpkin Pie Cups. Yum! - 9/29/2010   9:12:19 AM
    Ditto for Double Layer Pumpkin Cheesecake! One of the women at work is a fantastic baker and has recently treated us to Martha Stewart's Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake. It was delicious but I had only a little taste as I could feel my arteries hardening just by looking at it. I will make this tonight and take it to work for a taste test. - 9/29/2010   8:12:36 AM
  • 13
    I can't wait to try the double layer pumpkin cheesecake. I just have to get some fat free cream cheese! - 9/29/2010   8:04:26 AM
  • 12
    Hmmmm...I think I will try the pumpkin pie-wiches. :) - 9/29/2010   7:47:35 AM
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    I love pumpkin. Will be trying some of these soon! - 9/29/2010   6:45:11 AM
  • 10
    Anything pumpkin I am willing to try! - 9/29/2010   6:16:58 AM
    Blushing Pear (I've never used Stevia before, but am willing to try it). - 9/29/2010   6:09:26 AM
  • 8
    The Double Layer Pumpkin Cheesecake looks delish! - 9/29/2010   1:55:44 AM
    YUM! - 9/29/2010   1:19:52 AM
  • 6
    Pear pie and crumble look great! - 9/29/2010   12:43:02 AM
  • 5
    I have found a way to make blueberry apple crisp with oatmeal, walnuts, coconut, apples and wild blueberries.. no sugar no butter but tastes great - 9/29/2010   12:36:10 AM
  • 4
    These sound sooo good!! - 9/28/2010   11:35:08 PM
  • 3
    mmmmmmm I'd love to save this page to my favorites! - 9/28/2010   7:36:51 PM
  • 2
    I'd love to share my favorite pumpkin recipe:
    1 box of angel food cake mix
    1 can pumpkin (or about 1.5 cups pureed pumpkin if you are like me and going to use a real pumpkin)
    1 Tbsp pumpkin pie spice

    Mix the angel food cake according to directions on the box. Gently fold in the pumpkin and spice. Pour in an ungreased 9x13 and bake according to the time on the cake box. Test for doneness with a toothpick.

    It has replaced pumpkin pie in our family. I might actually try it this year by making an angel food cake recipe from scratch to avoid even more processed ingredients, but oh! how I love! - 9/28/2010   7:01:31 PM
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    I would try the pear ginger crumble and the autumn pumpkin pudding. - 9/28/2010   5:17:58 PM

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