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This is a wonderful dessert to surprise people with during the holidays! The cranberries give it a beautiful festive look and complement the sweet pineapples wonderfully! The best part is how low-calorie and low fat it is. Using club soda and applesauce instead of eggs and oil saves serious calories (and makes it vegan)!Submitted by NALLIE01
Mix together to form dough. Roll into a log shape and cut into 2 inch dumplings. Add flour if dough is sticky. Drop into boiling water. Simmer for 20 minutesSubmitted by CAROLANNZ123
This recipe comes from the 1986 Hope Fire Department Country Cookbook (Hope, Maine), page 93. Although the book had a limited printing (probably 100 copies, give or take a few), the recipe is reprinted here courtesy of Linda’s vast repertoire of local cookbooks. Originally, the recipe was submitted by one Jessie Jacobs of Hope, Maine.Submitted by HELANAB86
This recipe comes from the Simply Recipes blog (here). Elise's version of sugar cookies is simple and fool-proof. Simply blend, chill, roll out, and bake. Here, I've added almond extract and moved around some measurements. I've also suggested the use of butter instead of Crisco for the royal icing.
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For this recipe, I've suggested the Buitoni pre-made Tortellinis you can find readily available at the supermarket (just look for the green and red label near your cheese section). But, really, any good-quality pre-made tortellini will do.
For more on this tortellini, see here:
rtellini/Submitted by HELANAB86
These Swedish cookies are a long-time family tradition at Christmas time. They simply melt in your mouth.....Submitted by HEALTHIERLYNN
This is a no-fail, easy fudge recipe that can handle your creativity! Can probably be made a lot healthier, but I make up 3-4 batches of different varieties, and create plates to send to work/ school/ parties! Submitted by WHISKERS12189
You would never guess this recipe is lightened just by tasting. Perfect for company or a special occasion, your guests will be impressed and beg for the recipe. Use your favorite seafood for the haddock, can be shrinp, scallops or almost anything.
Serve with roasted asparagus and a lovely green salad dressed with a light vinaigrette. Submitted by FITNESSFOODIE