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Candy Cane Cookies
Candy Cane Cookies

My favorite Christmas Cookie! Delicious and Decorative!!

Submitted by THECHEFMEISTER
Chai Tea Eggnog Cookies
Chai Tea Eggnog Cookies

A other recipe from our daughter, Wendy. A novel Christmas treat!

Submitted by THECHEFMEISTER
Peanut Butter Hershey Kiss Cookies
Peanut Butter Hershey Kiss Cookies

A must have at Christmas Time!

Submitted by THECHEFMEISTER
Eggnog with chia seeds
Eggnog with chia seeds

This eggnog can be made with or without Chia seeds. I like the "tapioca" quality the Chia seeds add, but the eggnog is great without them too!

Submitted by NJEANA
Oatmeal Pecan Pie
Oatmeal Pecan Pie

This is a lower calorie version of my favorite Southern Pecan Pie

Submitted by PINKHOPE
Brika
Brika

This simple Tunisian turnover has become one of my annual staples for Kwanzaa. They freeze well and are super-portable. I bake instead of fry them.

Submitted by SPARKYEG
Economy Christmas Cake
Economy Christmas Cake

This fruitcake recipe is the one my Mom made my whole life growing up for the Christmas season. It comes from a very old cookbook called "The Treasury of Newfoundland Dishes". The original recipe calls for a little more of some kinds of fruit and a little less of others, but over all the amount of fruit is the same.

Submitted by SPARKYCARLEY
Pizzelles from Cooks.com
Pizzelles from Cooks.com

http://www.cooks.com/rec/doc/0,1713,151168
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Submitted by MAMAVALENT
Low Calorie Zucchini Banana Muffins
Low Calorie Zucchini Banana Muffins

A great way to use your ripe bananas!

Submitted by GOULDM77
Peanut Butter Bars
Peanut Butter Bars

Bariatric Friendly

Submitted by WENDYNKY
Better Linzer Cookies
Better Linzer Cookies

This cookie is a modification of the traditional linzer cookie. To create the starburst effect, use a star shaped cookie cutter. You may use your favorite seedless jam for the center, but raspberry tastes especially good with the almond-flavored cookie. Happy Holidays!

This recipe was created by Patricia Huller C.C.E., M.Ed., a culinary instructor and healthy baking expert from Cincinnati State's Midwest Culinary Institute, especially for SparkRecipes.

Submitted by PHULLER
Two Thumbs-Up Holiday Cookies
Two Thumbs-Up Holiday Cookies

These cookies get two thumbs up in terms of nutrition!

Thumbprint cookies are a tradition during the holidays, but this one offers extra nutrients, lower fat and great flavor.

This recipe uses some ingredients that might be new to you. Spelt flour is available in small bags in the baking aisle at large grocery stores, and agave nectar is found at health food stores or online. (Some larger supermarkets might also carry it.) Agave nectar is a natural sweetener that has a lower glycemic index than sugar, but you can sub honey.

You may substitute your favorite low-fat granola cereal for the Ezekiel 4:9, but be sure the granola does not contain any fruit, which will affect the texture of the cookie. I used a Superfruit Spread from Trader Joe's, but a fruit-juice sweetened preserve will work just as well. Because spelt takes some time to absorb liquid, it is best to refrigerate this dough overnight.

This recipe was created by Patricia Huller C.C.E., M.Ed., a culinary instructor and healthy baking expert from Cincinnati State's Midwest Culinary Institute, especially for SparkRecipes.

Submitted by PHULLER
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