Fruitcake Doesn’t Have to Taste Bad! Try These Vegetarian Favorites

10 December, 2011 (18:47)

RECIPES: Holiday Fruitcake, Christine’s Applesauce Christmas Loaves, Norwegian Christmas Bread

By Rae Udy

Naturally sweet dried fruits and crunchy nuts combine to create nutritious holiday fruitcakes and breads. Through the years fruitcake has gained and unfortunate reputation for being heavy and tasteless, but the following moist fruitcake and fruity breads look elegant, taste delicious and offer a good source of protein, iron and dietary fiber.
Holiday Fruitcake is a traditional fruitcake recipe and requires a lengthy cooking time. Bake in one large Bundt pan or two loaf pans to share with family and friends.
Try Christine’s Applesauce Christmas Loaves for a healthy twist on the original. This easy to make fruitcake is more like banana bread than fruitcake and has a sweet, nut topping.
Norwegian Christmas Loaves take making bread to a new level. The recipe looks complicated but it really isn’t, just a few steps. The effort will be worth it.
Have a Happy Holiday Season.

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