Christmas Recipes (Most Popular)2258 results - showing 2011 to 2020
If you love almonds, these are definitely for you! They're so easy to make and addictive to eat.Submitted by JO_JO_BA
Nürnberger Lebkuchen or gingerbread has been around since the 14th century, when Nürnberg was a rich city with good trade associations. Now you can make Nürnberger Lebkuchen in your home without any special German ingredients.
These soft, spicy cookies keep for several weeks.Submitted by PRETTYGIRL112
Perfect Holiday Dressing (you won't even miss the extra fat or salt!)Submitted by HEALTHYBIZ
Fudgy, smooth chocolate and a kiss of sea salt is what
this surprisingly healthy, gluten free candy is all about! I won't judge if you eat the mixture out of the food processor instead of pressing and chilling it... I did! Adapted from Diet, Dessert and Dogs and The Gluten Free Edge.Submitted by JO_JO_BA
A slightly more exotic twist on the Italian classic, made with coconut flour, extract and butter, whole wheat and no eggs! Bitter, crispy cacao nibs and rich pistachios stud the dough for contrast and pops of flavour.Submitted by JO_JO_BA
A tender, sweet oat-flour cookie crust is topped with a smooth fig puree and topped with soft, slightly salty Chevre cheese before being baked to perfection. Submitted by JO_JO_BA
This is my great-great-great grandmother's recipe and I'm 61 so it's been around a while. Notice there is none of that candied fruit junk in it. If you can't find venison, use chuck and defat it carefully! Venison has virtually no fat.
You can also use this to make mini-pies or handpies or filled cookies.Submitted by BUGGEEK