Make Holiday Desserts Without Refined Sugars

When your friends and family gather this holiday season, treat them by serving pitch-perfect desserts—sweetened with unrefined sugars. A chance to cut some sugar from our diets, while keeping the deliciousness in, is much needed.

| October/November 2010

  • Chocolate Beet Cake
    Photo by Howard Lee Puckett
  • Ginger Cookies
    Photo by Howard Lee Puckett
  • Pecan Pie Tart
    Photo by Howard Lee Puckett

6 Holiday Desserts with Unrefined Sugars:

• Pecan Pie Tarts
• Ginger Cookies
• Ginger Molasses Muffins 
• Chocolate Beet Cake 
• Whipped Chocolate Ricotta
• Cranberry Orange Cake 

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• Date Cake
• Aromatic Pears 



When your friends and family gather this holiday season, treat them by serving pitch-perfect desserts—sweetened with unrefined sugars. After all, special pies, cakes and cookies are the stuff of memories. But let’s face it: A chance to cut some sugar from our diets, while keeping the deliciousness in, is much needed.      

Consider the average American, who now consumes 136 pounds of added sugar every year. This is not sugar naturally present in foods like fruit and grains, but that which is added in baking, cooking and food processing. Half is refined sugar, the rest mainly corn sweeteners used in industrial food processing. Little is from wholesome or less-processed sweeteners such as honey, maple syrup, molasses or fruit. 






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