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5 Tasty Holiday Foods for Under Ten Bucks

Elizabeth Barbone
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December 2, 2013

 

Lucy's Gluten-Free Cookies



 

Run out and buy yourself a box of the Chocolate Merry Mint Cookies. They taste like the Girl Scout Thin Mints. (Only difference, they are thicker and not coated in chocolate.) And while you're there, get a box of Holiday Sugars.

Holiday Sugars

Merry Mints

 

Ronzoni Pasta and Bar Harbor Canned Clams



Pasta and *canned* clams? Yes! While some canned clams don't deserve a second look, Bar Harbor canned clams are different. They taste fresh and like the sea. Each December, I make this pasta, as my grandmother did each year. Here's how I do it:

Boil up a box of pasta. While it boils, chop a small onion. Heat a splash of olive oil in a small saucepan over medium heat. Cook the onion until it softens. Add a can of Bar Harbor chopped clams. Heat. Reserve about a cup of pasta cooking water. Drain pasta. Toss with sauce and a generous sprinkle of dried basil and oregano. Add a splash of pasta cooking water to thin sauce. Serve with parmesan if your diet allows.

Ronzoni

Bar Harbor Clams

 

See's Peanut Brittle



This brittle tastes of butter and peanuts. So yummy!

See's

 

Betty Crocker Brownie Mix and Edy's Peppermint Ice Cream



Here's a quick dessert: Bake up a batch, cut into small squares and serve over Edy's gluten-free peppermint ice cream.

Betty Crocker

Edy's

 

Glutino Crackers and Seriously Sharp Cheddar



 

Cheese and crackers, to me, are an essential part of the holiday season. Cabot's Seriously Sharp Cheddar tastes great and is really affordable. If you have more than ten bucks to spend, splurge on their four year old Cheddar. Whichever cheese you select, slice it up and put it on a plate. Add a few olives and raw vegetables to the plate and you're all set--and probably still under ten bucks.

Glutino Crackers

Cabot Seriously Sharp Cheddar

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