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    Award Winning recipe from Taste of Home. "With its gingersnap crust and maple syrup drizzle, this rich and creamy spiced pumpkin dessert never fails to get rave reviews. It cuts nicely, too. —Cathy Hall, Phoenix, Arizona". This recipe does need to cool overnight, so it's a great "make ahead" dessert for the holidays! Found on

    Recipe #332216

    2 Reviews |  By k k Nye

    My Grandmother taught me this recipe when I was very young. Now, I can't go a Christmas without making these cookies! I usually make a double batch of these and pass them out to everyone, but here's the recipe for a single batch. You can also use this recipe for ANY holiday, not just Christmas.

    Recipe #342598

    This comes from the Cooking Pleasures magazine. The glaze looks AMAZING and thick, and the pound cake is made in a bundt pan. This can be made up to 2 days ahead. I've been told you may want to use less ground ginger, also.

    Recipe #199761

    Adapted from an issue of "Family Circle Holiday Cakes & Cookies."

    Recipe #48415

    2 Reviews |  By PinBox

    My mother made this stuffing every Thanksgiving. It is by far the best stuffing recipe I have ever tasted and the only one I use. Adjust the liquid to make stuffing consistency to your own preference. Enjoy!

    Recipe #339099

    This recipe comes from a dear friend who lived in Metro D.C. It keeps in the refrigerator for several weeks.

    Recipe #200057

    I saw a similar recipe but it was called Pigeon Poop, and I found one on here that was close. Since the main ingredient and the amounts were drastically different, I didn't think it was fair to rate it with the changes. So I am posting mine and relating it to the holidays. I hope you enjoy it. It does take a long time for the mix to harden, so don't be alarmed. I made it early in the morning and let it sit out all day.

    Recipe #203386

    It has taken several years and taking bits of pieces from here and there for me to make the perfect turkey, but It is so moist and has a wonderful flavor and always gets rave reviews. It's labot intensive but worth the effort in the end

    Recipe #392719

    2 Reviews |  By BillJ51

    This a simple 3 ingredient recipe that you can do with your kids

    Recipe #106201

    When I make fudge, I like to make a 9 x 13 pan so I have plenty to share. This is really good. I keep it in the refrigerator. My DH likes it to sit out and get stale for weeks and then he likes it better. Men!!

    Recipe #106728

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    These are for John. Chocolate, Walnuts and Irish Cream liqueur. Like rum balls these get better with age. This makes a nice homemade gift for the Holidays.

    Recipe #106810

    3 Reviews |  By MsSally

    I am lucky to receive a spiral sliced ham from my boss each Christmas. This year I wanted to glas it differently, but I forgot to get ingredients at the store, so I had to use what was on hand. This recipe was born. Cook time does not include warming the ham.

    Recipe #274205

    This is a simple and EASY fudge, not to mention it tastes wonderful--and NO marshmallows!

    Recipe #199969

    This is a great non-alcoholic cider/punch to throw together. Ingredients can be varied to suit your taste.

    Recipe #49898

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    If you like pumpkin pie you'll like this! Serve with whipped cream! I've also made it without a crust just lightly spray oil then pour filling into pan. Butternut is also known as the African Bell. Method for pureeing butternut Recipe #194908

    Recipe #49853

    A co-worker shared this recipe with me and I am hooked. It's very easy and has replaced coffee as my morning beverage! My coworker substitutes Splenda for the sugar in this recipe which works well also.

    Recipe #380079

    2 Reviews |  By alydes

    This is an adaptation of recipe 71732 to lower calories, fat and, of course, WW points. I entered all of the ingredients that had points into recipe builder and came up with 2 points per muffin when 25 muffins are made. These muffins are moist and are bursting with flavor. This is a very hearty snack or breakfast. I eat mine for breakfast with a banana

    Recipe #399041

    Source: Kraft Foods NOTE: Cooking time is Cooling time

    Recipe #312231

    2 Reviews |  By MarielC

    This is a great fudge recipe which I make every year at Christmas. The better the chocolate, the better the fudge so try not to use plain supermarket chocolate chips – use good quality chocolate such as Ghirardelli or Lindt. Milk, semisweet, or a mix of chocolates work well. This uses less sugar than other other recipes so it's less sweet - people who don't usually eat fudge because they find it too sweet like this. I usually use semi-sweet or dark chocolate. Cooking time is the time it takes for the fudge to firm up.

    Recipe #272854

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    " As with any recipe involving raw eggs, please use caution and refrain from serving this to the very young, the very old, and pregnant or nursing women. Pasteurized eggs are also an option.One solution would be to use egg substitutes, which are frozen commercial products that have been pasteurized and are therefore free of salmonella.

    Recipe #77793

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