We love our go-to, fool-proof recipes but sometimes we like to mix up the old favourites with someone new. And when you hear a celeb-name attached to these familiar recipes, you always want to experiment with that as well.

And since our little adventures of going outside and exploring new restaurants, cuisines and street foods, have come to a halt. You can get a lot of cooking and baking done at home, and what better than some healthy desserts? It seems like our stars have also hopped on the bandwagon of ‘do-it-yourself’ as everyone from Alia Bhatt to Kriti Sanon are putting their culinary skills to test. 

Here are a peak into the healthy dessert recipes that your celebrities cannot have enough of.  

1. Alia Bhatt’s grain-free paleo banana bread 

Alia’s insta-worthy banana bread is simply a guilt-free dessert made of banana, gluten-free flour, coconut oil and nut butter which is moist, tender and hearty enough for a snack and sweet enough for dessert. 

2. Sonam Kapoor Ahuja’s vegan chocolate chip cookie 

One of the scrumptious treats by the ‘Neerja’ actress is the healthy double chocolate chunk cookies which she posted on her Insta-story and also assured us that it “came out super nice”. This dessert is a concoction of various ingredients like gluten-free all-purpose flour, almond butter, brown sugar, dark chocolate and more. It is surely a healthy version of the decadent cookie we are used to have, and we are here for it.  

4. Shilpa Shetty Kundra’s yogurt dessert 

If you are on a diet and want to satiate your sweet-tooth, Shilpa’s Instagram-dessert recipe can become your go-to treat. She made a comfort bowl which included cinnamon poached peach with mascarpone cheese and mulberry yogurt frozen crumble. And since its coming from one of the most fit and fabulous women of the industry, this healthy dessert could never disappoint you. 

5. Kriti Sanon’s quinoa oats banana bread 

Kriti showed us that she is fabulous at everything she lays her hands onto. Her breakfast bowl can be a perfect start to mornings as its key ingredients include quinoa, oats and banana which are full of protein and fibers, it can prevent fatigue during summers as well as calm our cravings. 

So, we guess we know the next time we end up craving for desserts- ‘healthy’ is a way to go.  !!