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2021 iDegrees Holiday Cookbook
Happy Holiday from the iDegrees Student Council. Enjoy holiday recipes submitted by students, alumni, faculty and staff from around the world!
Dessert

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  • GiGi's Peanut Butter Balls

    Dessert: These are our family's favorite holiday treats so they never last long!

    Submitted by Whitney Smith, Director of iDegrees Learner Relations

  • Lola's Leche Flan

    Dessert: This recipe was given to me by my Lola (Grandma) and was a dessert our entire family looked forward to at all gatherings. She is 91 now and does not cook that often. However, since I've started making it for the family, having her approval and loving my take on this, means so much to me!

    Submitted by Czarina Hagedorn, iMBA Fall 2020 Cohort

  • Copycat Fannie May Peppermint Ice

    Dessert: My mom loved these candies and we bought them from Fannie May every year. When Fannie May discontinued the sweet several years ago, we developed our own copycat recipe. 

    Submitted by Laurel Purves, iMBA Fall 2020

  • Gma Muffler's Christmas Cookies

    Dessert: This Muffler Family favorite is great for baking with kids!

    Submitted by Laurel Purves, iMBA Fall 2020 Cohort

  • Holiday Bark

    Dessert: This is a fun, quick recipe to make with kids, and easily accommodate allergies and other food/dietary restrictions. Most folks want to try at least one piece!

    Submitted by Nicole Steele, iMBA Spring 2019 Cohort

  • Dawn's Super Lemon Meringue Pie

    Dessert: This was my dad's favorite pie.

    Submitted by Dawn Carey, iMBA & iMSA Fall 2020 Cohort

  • Eggless Chocolate Muffins

    Dessert: It's a quick and easy treat and my kids love it.

    Submitted by Aparna B, iMBA Spring 2021 Cohort

  • Candied Cranberries

    Dessert: This recipe was fun to play around with. Most candied cranberry recipes result in a crunchy berry, but these pop in your mouth.

    Submitted by Dawn Carey, iMBA & iMSA Fall 2020 Cohort

  • Chocolate Mousse with Scottish Shortbread Garnish

    Dessert: This is part of my 2021 Christmas Eve Dinner, a gourmet feast I have made every year since 2010(except 2020). I started this tradition with my wife and in-laws, and it has grown to include my children and my parents when they moved to be closer to me in 2016. 

    Submitted by Eric Scott, iMBA Spring 2021 Cohort