We all have that one aunt who's seemingly determined to make everyone in the family pack on ten pounds come Christmas time. This year, resist the urge to succumb to Aunt Sally's deliciously fattening signature dish with these healthy holiday dessert recipes gathered from your favorite health food bloggers. 

1. 2-Ingredient Dark Chocolate Truffles

Two ingredient chocolatey goodness? Sounds like a lazy girl's dream. If you're looking to spice these babies up a little bit, check out these Dark Chocolate Cayenne Truffles. 

2. Gingerbread Granola 

Because dessert for breakfast is always a good idea.

3. Healthy Stuffed Pear Crisp 

Who says your daily fruit intake can't be achieved through dessert?

4. Gluten-Free Fudgy Chocolate Ginger Cookies 

Ginger and chocolate are both superfoods. This means you can take down six of these cookies in one sitting with no regrets. 

5. Spiced Vegan Christmas Cookies With Vanilla Almond Cream 

Nothing says Christmas like the scent of cinnamon and nutmeg lingering in your kitchen. 

6. 4-Ingredient Peanut Butter Cup Cookies 

Skip the sugar-ridden Reese's cups and add in a healthy homemade Reese's cup alternative. 

7. 1-Bowl Jumbo Chocolate Chunk Cookies 

Made with a base of oats and almonds and sweetened with maple syrup instead of cane sugar. Take that, Aunt Sally. 

8. Gingerbread Walnut Butter

Spread this Gingerbread Walnut Butter on your favorite bread, fruit, or all over your body—whatever you're into.

9. No-Bake Gingerbread Chocolate Cookies 

No-bake desserts were invented for people who are too impatient to wait for their cookies to bake so they end up eating half of the raw batter instead (aka me). 

10. 1-Bowl Vegan Sugar Cookies

Because Christmas isn't Christmas without family sugar cookie decorating. And family sugar cookie decorating isn't entertaining if at least one of your family members doesn't draw something inappropriate out of frosting.