No Sugar Added Eggnog Rice Pudding with California Raisins

This eggnog rice pudding with raisins has NO added sugar! It's naturally sweet, making it a great holiday dessert or snack. Recipe on ItsYummi.com

This recipe for eggnog rice pudding has no added sugar and it’s filled with plump, naturally sweet California Raisins, so it’s a treat that you can enjoy AND feel good about indulging in this holiday season.

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Come on over to ItsYummi.com and grab the recipe for this delicious dessert!

Holiday Cookie Recipes: Low Carb Chocolate Crinkles

These low carb chocolate crinkles are a skinny version of the classic Christmas cookie. They might become one of your favorite cookie recipes! ItsYummi.com

This time of the year, I’m thankful for memories of family and food that I loved as a kid. For me, comfort food like my mom’s chunky applesauce and cookie recipes like these chocolate crinkles are a way for me to remember loved ones who are no longer in my life. This month, The Recipe Redux challenge is to take a favorite holiday recipe and give it a healthy makeover.
Perhaps unlike you, I grew up in a family that didn’t spend time in the kitchen baking treats. I’m not exactly sure why, but thankfully, my godmother loved to bake. Whenever I visited my godparents, there was usually a fresh batch of biscuits or a warm plate full of cookies or brownies around. Chocolate crinkle cookies were, and still are, one of my favorites, especially around the holidays. There’s something special about the chewy, chocolate loaded goodness that grabs my heart. The powdered sugar on my fingers and lips, falling down onto my clean shirt never bothers me one bit. It just makes the cookies taste that much better!

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Holiday Recipes: Nutty Graham Truffles with a Holiday House

Holiday Recipes: Nutty Graham Truffles and a holiday house made from graham crackers and peanut butter. See them on ItsYummi.com #PBandG #ad

It seems a bit early for the snow to be falling, but reality set in this past weekend, and it looks like Winter has arrived early. To take full advantage of the situation, I decided to put together two holiday recipes for you. Well, technically, the holiday house isn’t a recipe, but you’ll be able to see the steps I took to create it. The important part is the creativity that you’ll use to make your peanut butter and graham cracker house your very own. First, I’m sharing my recipe for nutty graham truffles.

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Cranberry Walnut Cream Cheese Dip {it’s Christmas in July}

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I’ve been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser for this post and my cream cheese dip recipe. As is always the case, I will not tell a lie, nor fabricate truths, nor justify things that I don’t believe in, so all opinions are mine alone. Thanks for the fabulous opportunity, #CollectiveBias!

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Merry Christmas! Feliz Navidad! Joyeux Noël!  No, your eyes aren’t malfunctioning…it’s 89 degrees in the shade outside, it’s mid-July in Wisconsin, and I am definitely celebrating Christmas. The weather is gorgeous, but because I’m in the mood for a little Bing Crosby and his White Christmas, I’m celebrating like it’s December 25th!  Grab your coat and scarf and bundle up, because it’s about to get winter white in here!
Every great Christmas celebration deserves delicious food, so I’ve brought you a  festive recipe for Cranberry Walnut Cream Cheese Dip. Click here to get the recipe