Sprouted flour Christmas cookies are a healthier way to make Christmas cookies. Made with whole wheat flour that is sprouted, they are more nutritious and easier to digest.
These holiday spiced nuts are the perfect thing to make for holiday gatherings and parties.
Caramel corn makes the perfect holiday gift. However, almost all caramel corn is made with corn syrup from GMO corn. This holiday honey caramel corn is made with honey — no GMOs!
It’s pomegranate season, and this meal is a great way to celebrate them. Chiles en Nogada (pronounced “chil-eez en no-GA-dah”) is a Mexican dish consisting of spicy poblano chiles stuffed with a sweet meat mixture topped with a creamy walnut sauce and garnished with parsley and pomegranate seeds.
If you’re on the GAPS Diet, you may think you have to skip the stuffing. But you don’t! This stuffing is delicious and it is totally GAPS legal
My mom makes biscotti every Christmas. But you can make biscotti for a special treat anytime of year. You can dunk them into a coffee (decaf for me) or hot cocoa, or you can enjoy them with a dessert wine, like they do in Italy and Spain.
Hoppin’ John, the classic meal to serve on New Year’s Day, is a soul food dish that has African, Caribbean, and French roots. While eating black eyed peas for good luck in the new year is a tradition with roots from the American South, the custom actually goes all the way back to the Babylonians.