Christmas Recipes (Most Popular)
place is a 10 inch baking pan
3 layers no bake. NOT GOOD FOR YOU but SO DELICIOUS. I refuse to make them any other time of the year because of how high in calories they are :O
NOT SURE HOW MUCH THEY ACTUALLY YIELD , will update when i make them if you cute them into 1 inch squares it yields 30.
These are all my kids favorites and every time I have taken them to an event or given them away, I have been hounded for the recipe. Even people that HATE pumpkin EVERYTHING have told me that they couldn't believe how awesomely yummy and cakey and perfect these are! Many think they are a lot better the second day after sitting in the fridge! I love them even without the frosting, which cuts about 50 calories from them, or with low fat cream cheese frosting!Submitted by ARIESSPARROW
This original recipe came from Inger, but i added pork roast and tweaked it for my slow cooker. YUM.
i added some healthfully made smashed potatoes, and it makes SUCH a great winter meal !!
Check out how many great nutritional values come up in the nutrition info on this dish; much more than just calories versus fat versus protien!
started with a dream of sugar free chocolate chip cookies...then for sf version of the double tree cookies...then protein found its way into the bowl too...
i adapted the recipe from the back of the sf chocolate chip bag.
A "Dutch" treat, usually made around Christmas (when almond paste is available in our stores). We also buy the paste and freeze it so that we can make banket for our school auction in April.
Need 2 days to make this recipe. The 1st 2 steps takes only about 15-20 minutes. The second day takes about 15-30 minutes depending on how good you are at rolling out dough. Cook time is 20-30 minutes.
I never realized before how many calories are in one little piece. I've learned that I will have to eat this in moderation instead of eating half a stick (or a whole) at one sitting!!