Sweet Fruits to Help Satisfy Your Sugar Craving Naturally

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This sweet, chewy, tender, and ever-so-slightly smoky dried fruit when desiring something sticky and sweet, such as pecan pie.

Dates

In addition, they are a rich source of fiber. For a sweet breakfast, lunch, snack, or dessert.

Fresh Figs

Pears


This robust, juicy fruit, which is rich in fiber and antioxidants, is a go-to for fulfilling citrusy, custard-based dessert cravings (think key lime pie or lemon bars). 

These plump spheres burst with sweet and sour flavor, as well as vitamin C, vitamin K, and antioxidants. 

Red Grapes

Pineapple

This tropical, mildly fragrant fruit is rich in fiber, vitamin C, and bromelain, an enzyme that may aid in inflammation and digestion. 

Try a Fuji apple for a sweet and slightly sour snack that is crisp and invigorating. 

Apples

Wild Blueberries

Along with a pungent, sweet flavor, this blueberry variety, which is slightly smaller than its farm-grown counterpart, provides fiber, vitamin A, potassium, folate, and vitamin C.

This juicily sweet stone fruit, which is a moderate source of vitamins A and C, becomes even tastier when transformed into a healthful version of a peach galette. 

Peaches

Mangoes

It contains fiber and other essential nutrients. However, it also contains natural sugar, with some varieties containing more than others. 

They are sugary, as evidenced by their sugar content:  Each cup contains 18 grams. 

Cherries

Watermelon

This summer delicacy has 17 grams of sugar per medium wedge. 

One medium banana has 14 grams sugar.

Bananas

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