Trim Healthy Mama Christmas Baking

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You know what’s amazing about the Trim Healthy Mama lifestyle? You can make it through the holidays on plan without feeling the slightest bit deprived! Nowadays, you can Google search a THM-friendly version of your favorite Christmas treat, and someone has probably already converted the recipe for you.

This Trim Healthy Mama Christmas Baking Round-Up features over 40 healthier, on-plan versions of the popular baked goodies we all crave this time of year, courtesy of several THM blogging friends. Eat up and enjoy the taste of the Season without spiking your blood-sugar or feeling miserable later!

Hazelnut Meringue Torte: S | via Northern Nester


Peppermint Whoopie Pies: S | via MamaShire


Christmas Cracker Toffee: S | via Briana Thomas


Almond Crunch Chocolate Thumbprint Cookies: S | via Joy Filled Eats


Perfect Pound Cake: S | via Northern Nester


Low-carb Pumpkin Muffins with Maple Frosting: S | via Northern Nester


Healthy Cinnamon Rolls: XO | via Briana Thomas


Cinnamon Cookies: S | via Joy-Filled Eats


Chocolate Peppermint Cupcakes: S | via Briana Thomas


Salted Almond Chocolate Coconut Squares: S | via Northern Nester


Easy Coconut Almond Macaroons: S | via Mrs. Criddle’s Kitchen


Butter Pecan Cookies: S | via Joy Filled Eats


Salted Almond Bark: S | via My Montana Kitchen


And of course, you can find plenty of baked goodies (like a Peppermint Trimtastic Cake!) in both the Trim Healthy Mama Cookbook and in Trim Healthy Table.

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4 thoughts on “Trim Healthy Mama Christmas Baking”

  1. Hi, I love so many of your recipes. I am a sugar addict but since going off sugar and following THM I have lost close to 50 pounds so a lot of your recipe’s have saved me from giving in to regular sugar. I do have a question though, I love Christmas fruit cake and the recipe I always used to make is a white coconut fruit cake. So I am curious if you have a recipe for fruit cake or could I try making a loaf, like banana loaf made with almond or coconut flour and make it more dense with coconut maybe adding a lot of nuts and maybe craisins or raisins? I know glazed cherries I couldn’t use. Have you tried anything like that? Thanks. Betty

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