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Raisins

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Skip the donuts and danishes, start the morning on a healthier note. Treat yourself to these scones, made with half plain and half whole-wheat flour plus rolled oats, which add lots of texture. They also make a great afternoon tea-time snack.

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Empanadas are a popular street food and fun to re-create in your own kitchen. These empanadas have a hearty beef and vegetable filling encased in tender cream cheese pastry crust. Traditionally empanadas are fried, but Lucinda prefers to make a healthy version by baking them. From the book "Mad Hungry," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Artisan Books).

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Stollen's richness is similar to that of brioche, but dried fruit makes it sweeter and gives it a more interesting texture. Serve this rich holiday treat in thin slices as breakfast bread or with afternoon tea. Like fruitcake, stollen improves with age and can be made up to three weeks in advance.

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German stollen is dense bread that is traditionally oblong, like a swaddled baby. In this version, from Martha's mother, the dough is braided, letting icing pool in the loaf 's crevices.