Ginger, pumpkin, apple, cinnamon, chocolate, peppermint. The flavors of the holidays are comforting and the perfect end to a wonderful meal. These recipes include nutrition-packed ingredients that turn holiday favorites into healthier treats the whol... Read more
Tired of making the same old holiday cookies year after year? Freshen up your recipe box with these new favorites! This list has something for everyone, from chocolate lovers to oatmeal fanatics. Plus, these recipes are healthier than the ones y... Read more
From the beginning of October to the end of December, we encounter a host of holiday eating occasions from Halloween to Thanksgiving to Hanukkah to Christmas to New Year's Eve. Whew, that's a lot of food! Besides being a risky time for anyone... Read more
It's easy to get off track when it comes to eating during the holidays. Although the traditional holiday table can be filled with high calorie and high fat foods, there are ways to save calories without sacrificing taste. Here we share healthy ma... Read more
Forget haunted houses, the walking dead, or vampire bats. If there's one thing that scares me about Halloween, it's the candy. Packed full of artificial colors and flavors, chemical additives, and high fructose corn syrup, Halloween candy mak... Read more
I am having trouble tracking homemade recipes. I need some tips and tricks.
I have measured out each item and then had a grand total of calories for the entire meal but without measuring how may servings its hard to tell. Im sorry, im new at t... Read more
First off - let me give credit to the Mayo Clinic Diet - Recipes. I have made this many times and it is awesome! I have found that you can quickly scald the milk so be very careful about cooking the potato slices. I make as written but I grate in... Read more
I am trying to make my own additive and preservative condiments. I found a clean ketchup recipe, but the spices are off. I made mayo, but it tastes like olive oil. Any suggestion on a paleo friendly oil that taste better. any suggestions?... Read more
I purée equal amounts of fresh garlic and ginger. In a storage container this will last forever in your fridge, easy to add these healthy ingredients to salad dressings, stir fry or other dishes!... Read more
I love to add ginger to my entrees, but found that even the smallest piece would go bad before I used it up. Then I discovered that you can freeze the ginger without peeling it, and then grate it into your recipe as you need it. Now I buy the bigge... Read more
Submitted by a SparkPeople member, these cookies are perfect "for the Santa who's watching his figure." Ginger aids digestion, too. Use smaller cookie cutters if you want to cut down your portions.
1 cup all-purpose white flour... Read more
At only 50 calories a piece these soft cookies are sure to please! This is another recipe we found through a member.
1/3 cup butter or margarine, softened
3/4 cup packed brown sugar
1/4 cup dark molasses
1 teaspoon g... Read more
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