We all know eating is one of the best things about the holidays. However, many times these savory and sweet dishes are not necessarily the healthiest things to eat. While we’re all for enjoying the holidays with delicious and extravagant recipes, here is one recipe from FamilyFreshCooking that is surprising healthy and gluten-free! This Quinoa stuffing with Apple, Sweet Potato and Hazelnut not only makes a great stuffing, it can be served as a side dish or even a satisfying dessert topped with ice cream. Celebrate the Christmas season this year with something your family is sure to love and try this holiday recipe.
Not sure what quinoa is? Although some people consider quinoa as a whole grain, it’s actually a seed. However, you can prepare it like a whole grain just like you would with rice or barley. Find all your holiday recipes this year at CookDazzle.com.
Prep Time: 10 min Cook Time: 30 min Total Time: 40 min
This is one cake no one can say no to! We spruced up the traditional Pineapple cake and added coconut to the mix! This decadent two layered coconut-flavored cake is filled with sweet pineapple curd and topped with creamy coconut frosting and chunks of fresh pineapple and toasted coconuts! Find all your holiday recipes this year at CookDazzle.com!
Put your baking skills to the test with this stunning Pineapple-Coconut Layer Cake recipe today.
Total Time: 3 hr 55 min Prep: 1 hr 25 min Cook: 2 hr 30 min
Last Friday in our weekly newsletter, we featured this wonderful Roasted Butternut Squash Soup recipe with easy to follow directions for home cooking. Now, we’re featuring the cookware to make it! Although most people don’t use apples in their recipe, the apples actually give this soup the utmost seasonal taste and warmth and we like to view it as our “secret ingredient”.
The recipe starts by peeling, coring and cutting apples into a medium dice. Because apple slicing, peeling and coring can often be time-consuming and difficult, we recommend using the RSVP Green Apple Slicer, Corer, and Peeler. The RSVP makes apple preparation extremely easy as it uses a crank operation to core, peel and slice apples into perfect snacks or recipe ingredients.
Although cotton candy has been around since the 16th century, it wasn’t until 1904 at the historic World’s Fair in St. Louis, Missouri that America got its first taste of cotton candy. In honor of National Cotton Candy Day, we thought it would be a fantastic idea to showcase how to make nostalgic treat! We know what you’re thinking- “I don’t have one of those fancy machines to make it.” Well, this recipe calls for no machine and you can easily make it using the cookware and bakeware you have at home! If you happen to be missing any of these kitchen tools, you can quickly find them at CookDazzle.
During the holidays, one of the major drawbacks of having pie is… there’s never
enough! Because pie is a dinner table favorite during this time, we decided to showcase how to make Mini Lemon Meringue Pies. These bite-size custard pies are so easy to make and absolutely divine! No matter what your favorite dessert is, there’s just something special about Lemon Meringue Pie. Whether it’s the whimsical meringue top, juicy middle or buttery crust, this elegant classic pie will make you say, “YUM!”
Instead of cookies and milk this year, give Santa what he really wants with our Mini Lemon Meringue Pie!
Strawberries are one of the most juiciest and sweet fruits available on the market today. However, the hull or green leafy top, is not. That’s why we’re giving away this strawberry Huller to one lucky winner! Easily scoop and remove strawberry hulls’ with this handy and convenient strawberry huller!
To win this amazingly FREE prize, simply share this blog post with as many friends on Facebook as possible. The person who has the most shares will WIN! Winners will be announced Friday (12/7) and up to 3 winners will be chosen.
Here are a few ideas of how you can put your strawberry huller to work!
- Strawberry shots: Remove the hull of strawberries and pour your favorite drink inside. Serve cold.
- Strawberry assorted fruit snacks: Remove hull completely and chop/dice assorted fruit. Fill strawberry with assorted fruit and serve cold.
Today is December 6th, which means it is National Gazpacho Day! While Gazpacho can be made using a variety of different ingredients and recipes, this recipe, is the only one you’ll ever need. To celebrate, we’re kicking off National Gazpacho Day with our step by step instructions to our world-famous Gazpacho recipe.
*Tip: Instead of blending ingredients try chopping them. The Gazpacho will not only taste fresher but a lot better!
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