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Breakfast Casserole
Breakfast Casserole

Great to make the night beforeSubmitted by WASHBURNN

Soft and Chewy Chocolate Candies

Recipe out of Liddabit Sweets. After a "curing" stint (the book says overnight but I didn't get to it until 3 days later) it's a lot easier to cut into chunks, roll and slice into pieces. Instead of pinching off bits of dough I rolled large chunks into snakes to slice.Submitted by JO_JO_BA

Lemon Poppyseed Swirls

Tangy and tender thanks to homemade yoghurt, these bright Meyer lemon cookies are rolled around nutty poppy seeds for a twist on the classic!Submitted by JO_JO_BA

Sautéed Tuscan Cabbage & Oyster Mushroom Gnocchi

Tender gnocchi pillows are really just a side for this delectable mess of greens and mushrooms - onion, garlic and a handful of fresh herbs boost the flavour while the lemon juice adds zip. A tiny bit of olive oil helps you absorb all the nutrition!Submitted by JO_JO_BA

Jewish Kadaiyiff

A Jewish recipe I found in my mom's recipe box. She grew up in a predominantly Jewish (but also very Greek) neighbourhood in downtown Toronto so has a lot of these recipes.Submitted by JO_JO_BA

Nana - Nog Cupcakes
Nana - Nog Cupcakes

A simple, sweet way to use up the last bits and pieces of the Christmas food lying around the house! An orange glaze is wonderful on these, but they're awesome plain for breakfast too.Submitted by JO_JO_BA

Bite of Heaven Bread
Bite of Heaven Bread

Need a new yeast bread to have for your morning toast? This devilishly decadent loaf is a star - moist and tender from a milk, honey and banana - yes banana! - base, and riddled with toffee bits for bites of sweet surprise! A wholesome, protein and fibre filled dough with soy flour, oats and bran mean you'll be able to keep going well into lunch!Submitted by JO_JO_BA

Porchetta

Clear out some space in the fridge because this authentic Italian-style roast - rubbed with garlic, rosemary and dill - marinates in wine for three days before cooking. A spicy, tasty and extremely moist boneless pork roast is a delicious Christmas feast!Submitted by JO_JO_BA

Posole
Posole

A traditional New Mexican food around winter time. Good for you and not too bad on calories. It isn't hard to make, but does take some time, but will last a while. Spice it up with chili and add some squeeze lime or lemon for more flavor. Submitted by NESSA11485

Almond Millk Eggnog :)

Made this eggnog because we don't drink any dairy in our house and the Christmas season without eggnog is just not right.Submitted by PRINCESS_TONYA


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