These low-carb, egg-free cookies feature a cute, sugar-free raspberry jam heart at their centers. With just five ingredients, they're a cinch to make with items you have on hand.
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These gummies are dopplegängers for the real thing. Skip the sugar, keep the fruity, sweet goodness.
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Fresh raspberries, oats, and gluten-free flour are combined to create a no-bake, cookie dough Valentine's Day treat that the entire class will love.
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As if rich, chewy, red velvet cake bars weren't perfect enough, these sugar-free versions also require no baking. Seriously.
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Cheesecake, oh how kids love thee. Add in fruit and chocolate to make a bite-sized morsel, and you've got a surefire, sugar-free hit for the whole class.
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Ditch the store-bought marshmallows and whip up these easy strawberry marshmallows instead. They call for freeze-dried strawberries and pure maple syrup to make them sweet.
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Start the class party off right with a nibble of dark chocolate. With only five ingredients and nearly zero prep, these hearts are a simple, yummy treat.
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Fifteen minutes is all that stands between a sugar-free candy treat and your kiddo ruling the class party. Coconut butter, dried fruit, and silicone molds make these an easy last-minute confection.
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It's all about the layers. Brownies, vanilla cheesecake, and raspberry cream come together to create this super sweet, sugar-free Valentine's Day dessert.
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Classic cookies don't have to incorporate classic sugar. These heart-shaped cutout cookies are nostalgically sweet.
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