Chocolate and fruit are great companions. Plus, this crisp is dairy free and wheat free!
A pretty open-face tart gains new dimension with this crunchy, nutty crust. Look for date sugar, a potassium-rich sweetener made from dried dates, in bulk bins at natural foods stores.
A winter favorite for all. Dairy-free and indulgent. Great for breakfast, before bed or during an afternoon snowstorm. Cuddle up with a cup.
Dark, fragrant gingerbread is usually served for dessert, but it's great for breakfast, too. Both fresh and crystallized ginger give this one a particularly rich flavor. Serve warm with a dollop of crème fraiche and sliced plums or peaches.
Pears are a perfect match for sweet, light dessert wines, and chocolate adds a special-occasion touch in this gluten-free and vegan dessert.
Powdered arrowroot makes these cut-out cookies delightfully crisp. For a beautiful and tasty variation, sandwich two cookies with naturally-sweet fruit spread; serve immediately, before they become soft.
If pears or apples are not available in your area, use fruit that’s at its peak of season—whatever’s ripe and full of flavor.
Traditional rice pudding has a long history in both Great Britain and the United States. This uniquely flavored dessert is also very low in fat.
These healthy holiday desserts don't sacrifice one bit of festive flavor. Hooray for guilt-free indulgence!
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Wow, all these holiday desserts look so delicious. I would like to try this at home.
This recipe seems right on - I have heard that mixing the cocoa powder with sugar and water first makes for a richer hot chocolate. Although only 3 1/2 cups of liquid seems too small for six servings :)
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