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Christmas dessert recipes recap, part 2

By: 11 December 2010 5 Comments

Back on Dec. 1, the lovely and talented Marci Nobles started posting Christmas dessert recipes.

Those have proven popular, but it’s kind of a chore to keep up with them all. For that reason, we at First Arkansas News have fallen into the habit of posting links to those posts every weekend in one, big summary. You’ll find the first summary here and (of course) you’re reading the second one now.

By the way, it’s worth mentioning that you can easily keep up with recipes and everything else here by simply subscribing by email. Your email won’t be sold to anyone and you can stop getting daily email updates whenever you choose. Also, we’ll get around to putting the slew of holiday recipes we’ve got around here in an ebook that will be available for free (unlike some sites, we’re not going to be jerks and charge you for our content). So, stay tuned for the ebook.

Having said all of that, here’s a list of the recipes that have been posted in the past week. Fire up that oven and enjoy!

* English almond toffee — Yes, this recipe is as good as it sounds.

* Fudge — the list of ingredients might surprise you, but you’ll dig the results.

* The complete Christmas meal — a recipes yielding a brined turkey, side dishes and even pumpkin pie are all here.

* Pumpkin rolls — unique and traditional (a rare combination, to be sure).

* Apple bread — for all you apple fiends (and you know who you are, don’t you?)

* Triple chocolate torte — use when double chocolate just isn’t enough.

Enjoy, and make sure to stop in regularly through Christmas Eve for more recipes.

Someone's in the kitchen with Marci!

About: Ethan C. Nobles:
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  • 1000 oaks dentist said:

    Do you have any recommendations for healthy Christmas desserts? My family is on a health regimin this holiday and so I am trying to accommodate them.

    Thank you,

  • Ethan C. Nobles (author) said:

    Julien — I’ll pass that question on to Marci Kay in the morning. I just eat whatever she feeds me 😉

  • Janice said:

    Your desserts look great. I especially like the pumpkin roll. I work with Better Recipes and am presently focusing on Christmas dessert recipes. I’m going to try the pumpkin roll. If anyone is looking for some great dessert recipes, like Slow Cooked Cranberry Bread Pudding and Praline Pumpkin Torte, check these out Christmas Dessert Recipes

  • dessert recipe said:

    I love all those choices! I will definitely be trying some of these thank you for sharing.

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