Equal parts spicy and sweet, a gingerbread cookie is just one of those foods that encapsulates the holidays in a single bite. If you’re planning a day of holiday baking but also hoping to cut down on the sugar, this revamped gingerbread cookie recipe offers the same nostalgic flavor, but uses organic molasses and monk ...
As motivated as you might be to start following a ketogenic diet, you’re probably wondering: What’s on the menu? Glad you asked! We have plenty of keto recipes on our blog (including tasty breakfast, lunch, and dessert options), but today we’re highlighting seven easy dishes that’ll have you looking forward to a delicious keto dinner.
[schema description]Jaws will drop when you bring out this tart at your Christmas feast or New Year celebration. In this reinterpretation of the s’more, a fluffy marshmallow topping hides a layer of dark chocolate ganache drizzled over a crunchy cookie crust.[/schema]
“Mom! Dad! Get Up! Santa came!”
Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah to all! Originating centuries ago, these cherished holidays have now become customary in many cultures, with families passing on traditions generation after generation. And while Christmas and Hanukkah remained mostly separate from each other in past times, nowadays many families celebrate both through the beauty of interfaith marriages.
[schema description]Delicately sweet with a slight hint of maple, lucuma perfectly complements the intense nutmeg flavor of eggnog. And since this superfood contains antioxidants, this is one sweet drink that you can feel good about downing.[/schema]
[schema description]These festive cookies will brighten up your holiday spread. This is our take on the Austrian classic Linzer sandwich cookie, made here with delicious hazelnut meal and an irresistible blackberry filling. Happy holidays![/schema]
[schema description]Lighten up your holiday meal with this refreshing salad tossed with sharp, salty cheese, bright lemon zest, and clean mint. The irresistible flavor combination just might win over the Brussels sprouts skeptics at the table![/schema]
Second only to pumpkin, pecan pie has become a standby of Thanksgiving dinner. Here, we’ve healthified the holiday favorite by swapping in a gluten-free chocolate crust and a maple syrup and date filling.
[schema description]These golden-brown biscuits have just a hint of herbal rosemary flavor. They’re so flaky and rich you almost won’t believe they’re gluten-free.[/schema]
[schema description]This pie includes all the classic fall flavors: pumpkin, pecan, maple, cinnamon, and ginger. Topped with a decadent coconut whipped cream, this Paleo-friendly dessert gets even sweeter. For a dairy-free crust, just use coconut oil instead of ghee.[/schema]
Ham isn’t just for holiday dinners anymore. A delicious, juicy cut can make its way into meals at any time of the year, with a wow factor that is plain undeniable.
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