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This is the recipe, from 'Better Homes & Gardens 'New Cookbook', which is the cookbook that has been my bible for over twenty years. I couldn't find a publication date, but it is over twenty-five years old. NI is with 1% milk. Submitted by JO_JO_BA
A combination of decadent challah braid recipes found on Baking and Books (http://www.bakingandbooks.com/2007/09/09/
apple-honey-challah/), this is rich, sweet and very eggy with a hint of fruity tang from dried apples... the perfect combination!Submitted by JO_JO_BA
MY GRANDMOTHER MADE THIS ON CHRISTMAS WHILE SHE WAS HERE,IT IS ONE OF MY FAVORITESSubmitted by RAILERETTE76
Absolutely amazing fudge! These taste like the best of the flour-less deep chocolate tortes, yet with a wonderful coffee & mint flavor (although this has some flour). Even non-dieters don't believe this is 'slimmed down!' This makes an absolutely HUGE recipe -- so I always cool them in the refrigerator, cut them & individually wrap them in saran wrap, then put any that I won't be using right away in a freezer ziploc bag & store them in the refrigerator or freezer.Submitted by SPACELADY53
Soft, rounded and delicious, these mildly spicy cookies are delightful any time. Decorate with raisins before they go into the oven for added flair and taste!Submitted by WICKETTE
The amounts in this recipe are very forgiving. You can omit the spices, or change them. For example, if you don't have coriander, you can use nutmeg.
You can use the dried fruits that you like best - many sugarplum recipes use raisins - we prefer craisins.
Allergic to nuts?
You can leave out the nuts totally, and only add as much honey as you need to help everything "stick" into balls. (You may not need any hoeny at all if omitting the nuts.
We roll these in coarse sugar prior to serving - but the sugar is not included in the calorie count.Submitted by CASERET
Strawberries macerate overnight in sugar before being lightly cooked and laced with vanilla and sherry. I used my grandfather's homemade brew for the alcohol to give my grandma a little piece of his love this holiday.
Adapted from The Complete Book of Small-Batch Preserving, Second Edition: Over 300 Recipes to Use Year-Round by Ellie Topp and Margaret Howard.Submitted by JO_JO_BA