Fantastic Holiday Desserts

I just finished off a piece of Papa’s Holiday Fudge…YUM!

This is the time of year that DESSERT is king. Okay, sugar isn’t healthful, even organic sugar, but then there’s a time for splurging, now and again. One thing for sure, you never have to convince a picky eater to eat dessert.

The problem with most families, sugar is regularly featured in their daily food. Once sugar is curtailed, the occasional dessert becomes even more special.

Papa’s Fudge is not only delicious, but it’s sooo easy to make. It’s as tasty as any professional candy maker’s fudge. And it cooks in only 6 minutes. Start to finish, you’ve got about 15 minutes invested.

Your friends will think you’re a professional chef when you give a lovely present of homemade chocolate fudge! Click here for Papa’s Fudge recipe.

Nicole can’t wait for a piece of Papa’s Fudge!

Holiday parties are in full swing and will continue until January. Sugar overload is almost a given. How can you keep sugar to a minimum, especially if you’re asked to bring a dessert?

Do you love brownies? Brownies are classic and Brownie Surprise always pleases. The surprise is these brownies are actually good for you. I won’t tell, if you don’t. Click here for the recipe.

Blender Pumpkin Pudding is incredible. This recipe also makes a yummy pie filling. Another benefit: it’s super-fast recipe to put together and it bakes while you’re eating dinner. Click here for the Pumpkin Pudding recipe.

Want to get a little veggie into your dessert? Try Chocolate (Sweet Potato) Mousse. I guarantee if you give this recipe a try, your family will be none-the-wiser that there are sweet potatoes hiding inside this mousse. Click here for chocolate Mousse recipe.

Another take on a health-in-disguise mousse is Vegan Chocolate Mousse. This time it’s avocados in camouflage. Click here for vegan mousse recipe.


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