Christmas Recipes (Most Popular)
Cranberries are tart and wonderful-and sometimes in short supply. Consider buying a couple bags when you see them; the berries can be stored in the freezer for up to 9 months. Use them to make this easy chutney, an East Indian-inspired condiment that's great alongside roasts, on top of baked potatoes or with eggs of any variety.Submitted by ATTACKKAT75
Anyone can whip up this deliciously moist fruit cake, it's so simple and with no eggs, butter or sugar. It doesn't even require a mixer to prepare. Just soak, mix and bake. You can drizzle it with a little brandy or sherry after cooking if you like.Submitted by DUTCHIEKIWI
My grandmother's delicious Christmas recipe, which unbelievably has no added fat. I used walnuts for the nutritional analysis, but you can use pecans or other nuts. You can also substitute dried figs or apricots for the dates. This recipe is also good with white or gluten-free flour.Submitted by LORETTACAT
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.