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Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too!

Fruits and vegetables take center stage in these indulgent desserts that are sure to satisfy the sweetest sweet tooth.


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Fruit and Vegetable Desserts: Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too!

Have your cake and eat it too! Fruits and vegetables take center stage in these indulgent desserts that are sure to satisfy even the sweetest of sweet tooth. Whether by substituting avocado for butter or adding in pears for extra flavor, these healthier takes on holiday favorites will keep the entire family merry this season.

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