Top Rated Blanched Almond Recipes

This light and colorful salad is a great way to get dinner started during the holidays. Serve the dish with a comforting soup to really round out your appetizer menu. This recipe by JeanMarie Brownson was originally published in the Chicago Tribune
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4.5
Almond-Filled Cookie Cake
Grated lemon peel brings out the flavor of almonds in a moist filling of a sandwich cookie-like cake. This recipe was the grand prize winner of the Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest in 1982. Recipe courtesy of Pillsbury. Every other winning recipe from the Pillsbury Bake-Off.
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4.5
Vegan slow cooker Idaho potato and bean mole
This potato-packed mole can be served over rice or in tacos or burritos. It's the perfect way to spice up your next homemade plant-based Mexican-inspired meal.This recipe is courtesy of the Idaho Potato Commission and Kathy Hester.
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4.5
This yeasted holiday bread, known as houska to Bohemians and Czechs, is assembled in stacked layers of braids before baking.This recipe by Peggy Wolff was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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4.5
Ajo Blanco
Smooth, garlicy, and creamy: This chilled ajo blanco soup is perfect for hot summer days.This recipe is courtesy of Epicurious.
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4.333335
Cherry Crumble
Everyone will love this gluten-free cherry-blueberry crumble, made from fresh ripe fruit and topped with a large scoop of whipped cream. 
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4
This cake is epic! It stays moist for days and taste like a lighter version of pound cake.
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4
Paleo Honey Cake
Most honey cake recipes include coffee, I left it out of this one to simplify the recipe and make it a couple of steps easier.My husband loved this cake — as you can see from the photo, a large piece has been devoured. And a friend said it was the best honey cake she had ever eaten, gluten-free or not; however, I'll let you all be the judge of that!See all cake recipes.
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3.4
Pudding
It is difficult to make Christmas pudding in small batches – it just doesn’t seem right – so make plenty and give extras away as presents. This recipe makes enough for two large basins but you can make whatever size you want. Only the cooking times will vary. I usually make the puddings in September and store it in a dark cool place or in the fridge until Christmas. They can, however, be kept for a year if refrigerated."The flavours of Matusalem Sherry are so intense it is almost like drinking Christmas pudding – not a wine for glugging. Surprisingly, Port is a good match for the pudding and you can carry on drinking it with the Stilton afterwards “à l’Anglaise”. But at home we usually have Sauternes – à la Française!
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2.75