Healthier Holiday Baking

​Holiday traditions include baking sweet treats for family and friends. Hill Physicians has given some holiday favorites a make-over so you can share more healthy versions and still have a fun baking experience. 

Many of our holiday treats use alternative, natural sweeteners and shortening replacements. We've put together a list of healthy substitutions you can use in baking and cooking. Download the Healthy Substitutions flyer...

Click on the image for the full recipe and nutrition information.

Almond Cookies

Add a single roasted almond, a dried cranberry or a dark chocolate kiss* for a little something special.
*adds calories not included in nutrition info.
86 Calories each  Diabetes-Friendly

​Applesauce Raisin Cookies

Substitute the raisins for cranberries for a holiday spin on these traditional cookies.
52 Calories each No fat! and Diabetes-Friendly

Sugar-free Blondies

Yogurt and dates make these moist and yummy!
111 Calories each High in Fiber

Crancherry Biscotti

Great for gifts these Italian favorites have a light citrus accent.
114 Calories each Low in fat

​​Crumb Cake Bites

An unusual and healthy ingredient makes these healthier than they look.
76 Calories each No Cholesterol

Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Try a combo of dried green and red cherries used in fruit cake to jazz these up for the holidays.
74 Calories each Low in Fat

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

These are delicious even without the chocolate chips.
103 Calories each Low in Fat