The Instagram Accounts Sharing the Healthiest and Most Delicious Sweet Treats

Satisfy your sweet-tooth cravings with these healthy recipes that don’t sacrifice taste.

The Instagram Accounts Sharing the Healthiest and Most Delicious Sweet Treats
The Instagram Accounts Sharing the Healthiest and Most Delicious Sweet Treats

Trying to live a healthy lifestyle can be hard. Trying to find the motivation every day to get out and do some form of exercise can be a struggle, but when your Instagram is filled with gooey chocolate chip cookie videos from The Cookie Box or pastries from Lune, it can all get a bit too much.

What if we told you that you can continue living a healthy lifestyle while continuing to satisfy your sweet-tooth cravings?

Instead of following accounts that are filled with, albeit delicious looking, unhealthy foods, follow accounts that are filled with healthy takes on these treats. We’ve done some research and found the best 7 Instagram accounts that are dedicated to sharing healthy treat recipes that don’t sacrifice taste. We’re talking cookie dough bars, raw caramel slice and pumpkin brownies. Check out the accounts below.

Scoop it Up (@scoopitup_)
A personal favourite, this account is run by a nutrition student aiming to help others live a healthy, balanced life. Sarah posts multiple recipes weekly for followers that feature all sorts of sweets, like apple, cinnamon and walnut muffins or paleo choc-chips cookies. Nothing can go past her choc chip cookie dough protein bars though – these are out of this world.

Coconut and Bliss (@coconutandbliss)
An account dedicated to wellness, Sophie is constantly uploading unique and delicious recipes that will satisfy all sweet-tooth cravings. She also has released an ebook filled with a large variety of recipes that will change your fitness game.

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Oaty Cookies + Cream Ice Cream Sandwiches ?✨? These taste sooooo freaking delicious. These are honestly so simple to make and make the best vegan treat! Absolutely loving the new vegan @tillysguiltfree Cookie Cream Crumble Ice Cream flavour now available at Woolies! Honestly you gotta try it! It’s oat milk based, so the ice cream works perfectly with these oaty cookies! Hope you like the recipe xx Recipe: Cookies: Yield: 10 cookies, 5 ice cream sandwiches. Ingredients: 2 tablespoons ground flaxseed 6 tablespoons water 1 1/2 cups rolled oats 1/4 cup desiccated coconut 1/3 cup coconut sugar 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder 1/4 tsp pink salt 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 tbsp melted coconut oil For the ice cream sandwiches: 5 scoops @tillysguiltfree Vegan Cookie Cream Crumble Ice Cream Method: 1. Preheat oven to 170 degrees C and line a baking tray with baking paper. 2. Begin by making your two flax eggs. Combine flaxseed ground and water in a small mixing bowl and stir well together. Set aside for 10-15 minutes or until a glooby consistency is formed. 3. Blitz your rolled oats in a blender or food processor until a flour consistency is reached, around 1 min! 4. Add oat flour to a large mixing bowl and combine with desiccated coconut, coconut sugar, baking powder and salt, stir well together. 5. Add in melted coconut oil, flax eggs and vanilla extract. Using your hands or wooden spoon mix well until a cookie dough is formed. 6. Divide and roll your cookie dough into 10 balls (about two-tablespoon sized portions), place onto your lined baking tray. Flatten each cookie with a fork and cookies should be spaced 5cm apart. 7. Bake in oven for 12-15 minutes, or until lightly golden brown, outsides are crispy and inside is still soft. Allow to cool completely. 8. Form your ice cream sandwiches. Press a scoop of cookie cream ice cream in between two cookies and enjoy immediately or store in the freezer. *ad #tillysdairyfree #icecreamsandwich

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Lalas Plate (@lalasplate)
A recipe developer from Brisbane, lalasplate will quickly become your new obsession. From latte’s to oaty cookies & cream ice-cream sandwiches, these recipes taste just as good as normal ones but are so much better for you.

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CHOCOLATE FILLED PANCAKES // Fluffy pancakes made from oat flour and filled with melty dark chocolate? Yes please! They need nothing more. Just that. Using my @shopsasstainable cutlery set by @stephelswood which is eco-friendly and sustainable and just adds to the charm of the simplicity of this breakfast. {ad} Recipe makes 4 thick pancakes, serves 2 (or 8 normal pancakes) Recipe: 150g rolled oats, ground into a fine flour 1 tbsp maple syrup, add to taste 2 heaped tsp baking powder 1/4 tsp bicarbonate of soda 220ml unsweetened almond milk 1 tbsp apple cider vinegar 4 pieces dark chocolate Toppings: Dark chocolate shavings Method: Whisk all the ingredients except together. Don’t let the batter sit for too long as it will get too thick. Heat a non-stick frying pan on a low-medium heat. Grease the base of the pan with one cal spray or a little coconut oil and lightly grease 4 ring moulds if using. Pour some batter into the ring moulds until halfway up the mould. You can free pour if you don’t have moulds. Place one piece of chocolate in the middle and cover with some more batter. Cover the pan with a fitting lid and let the pancakes cook for 10-12 minutes. When the tops of the pancakes are no longer wet, remove the ring mould and flip them over. Let them cook for another 2-3 minutes. Top with dark chocolate shavings and serve warm. Tag @dumbbellsandoats if you make this one! Enjoy! x

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Dumb Bells and Oats (@dumbbellsandoats)
These recipes taste just as good as they look. Meera, a blogger based in London, is constantly developing new recipes that shake up ordinary meals. Whether its chocolate filled pancakes or triple peanut butter oats, Meera uses healthy ingredient alternatives to make her treats both healthy and delicious.

Healthy Luxe (@healthyluxe)
A mother-daughter duo, this account not only shares some seriously delicious plant-based recipes, but they also offer a range of other services like nutrition consults and an e-course to make you that much more comfortable in the kitchen. A favourite of ours has to be their healthy vegan rocky road – it’s hard to go past.

Liv Kaplan (@liv.kaplan)
A nutritionist developing sugar-free and low carb recipes, this up-and-coming account is a must follow. If a mandarin cake or white chocolate tahini bark sounds good to you, you’re going to love this page. Liv is also uploading educational statistics and videos that show you how to make the treats, so this account is great for beginner bakers.

Being healthy no longer means giving up all delicious foods. Be sure to give these accounts a follow to make your healthy lifestyle a little less hard to maintain.