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Nugget Markets “Fresh to Market” December 9, 2009

In this issue

Featured Coupons:

Save $1Take this week’s featured coupons home for the holidays: Save $1.00 on Blue Diamond 16 oz. almonds. Save $.50 on Streits Chanukan Candles. Save $1 on Chef Prepared Sushi

A Pretty Sweet Deal

Xylo Sweet

If you’re looking to cut calories in your holiday baked goods, our nutrition expert, Dr. Liz, recommends giving XyloSweet a try. A xylitol-based sweetener, XyloSweet is unlike other artificial sweeteners because it contains all-natural xylitol — nothing else.

USA Pans Large Cookie Sheet — 18x14

Usa Sheet Pan

Save $3These high-quality baking sheets will help your gingerbread cookies to brown evenly and come out tasting just right! $18.99

Gift Card Mall

Gift Card Mall

Stop by Nugget’s one-stop-shopping gift card kiosk. We’ve got more than 50 retailers to choose from, including mall favorites Macy’s and Nordstrom, and eateries including Applebee’s, Olive Garden and Cold Stone Creamery.

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Fresh to Market
December 9, 2009
Volume 3, Issue 26

We hope you enjoyed reading this issue of Fresh to Market. Fresh to Market is a free, bi-weekly email publication of Nugget Market, Inc.

Prices valid 12/9/09 - 12/16/09.

Holiday Baking

Featured Recipes: Persimmon Cookies

Persimmon Cookies

… and Gingerbread Cookies with Royal Icing

Ginger Bread Cookies

Try these cookie recipes for a unique twist on holiday baking this year.

Holiday Giving Meets Convenience

Gift Baskets

Pick up a tasty assortment of gifts for one low price!  From comforting coffees, teas and cookies to fine wines, salamis and chocolates, these holiday baskets come in five varieties and range from just $29.99 to $99.99.

Ann Clark Cookie Cutters

Cookie Cutters

Save $.50These cute cookie cutters come in an assortment of festive shapes perfect for the season. Selection may vary by store. $3.99 each

Health Notes with Dr. LizDr Liz

Holiday-Baking Goodness

Pull out the mixer, cookie cutters and Grandma’s recipes – it’s time for the busy baker in all of us to shine! Spruce up some of your recipes this season by adding a few healthy ingredients.

  • Nuts: From almonds to pistachios, all nuts offer a wealth of healthy nutrients, such as vitamin E and selenium, crucial for protection against damage that occurs from air pollution and UV light. Stir ½ cup to 1 cup into cookie, cake or quick bread recipes.
  • Butter alternative: Sure, butter makes goodies taste great, but you can still get the same flavor with fewer calories and less saturated fat by using a “faux” butter. Substitute half the butter in your recipe with prune puree (available in the baking aisle).
  • New sweetener: Give some of the new sugar substitutes like Xylosweet a try to help cut back on added sugar (helpful for those with diabetes or who are watching their weight.) These alternate sweeteners are tasty and safe for all to use. Follow manufacturers’ recipes.
  • Egg swap: For those needing to curb cholesterol intake due to heart health concerns, substitute two egg whites for one whole egg. You can also use egg substitutes for most recipes. And for an added health boost, use eggs with omega-3 essential fats.
  • Persimmons & cranberries: Try a new recipe with seasonal fruit – fresh or dried. Persimmons and cranberries pack an array of nutrients such as potassium for healthy blood pressure and antioxidants for cancer protection. These tasty fruits do well in cookies, quick breads and cakes.

Liz Applegate, Ph.D.

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