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Low Sodium Desserts

Looking for low sodium desserts? Find low sodium desserts including easy low sodium desserts, jello desserts, and more low sodium desserts.

Christmas Bark Candy

Christmas Bark Candy

Christmas Bark Candy

This quick-to-fix candy is sure to please all ages when added to a homemade cookie tray. We show two versions here: vanilla chips with colorful miniature baking bits and milk chocolate chips with broken pretzels. Create your own variations using different flavored chips and add-ins such as crushed candy canes, dried fruits or crunchy nuts.

Swedish Spritz Cookies

Swedish Spritz Cookies

Swedish Spritz Cookies

Every Christmas, my daughter and I have a 1-day cookie-making spree. We roll out more than 60 dozen cookies, including these mouthwatering morsels.—Susan Bittner, Alberta, British Columbia

Raspberry Truffles

Raspberry Truffles

Raspberry Truffles

As everyone in my neighborhood knows, Christmas is my very favorite time of year. I make many cookies, cakes and candies - including this easy but elegant recipe - to give to relatives and friends. The aroma of the chocolate and raspberry is heavenly when you're making these truffles. -Helen Vail, Glenside, Pennsylvania
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Cashew Caramel Fudge

Cashew Caramel Fudge

Cashew Caramel Fudge

Meet the Cook: A pretty plate of this yummy confection makes a great present! Cashews and caramel are such a delicious combination. I especially enjoy making this fudge for a holiday treat. Throughout the year, I do a lot of baking. Our four children are always ready with their appetites and opinions. -Cathy Grubelnik, Raton, New Mexico

Raisin Peanut Butter Balls

Raisin Peanut Butter Balls

Raisin Peanut Butter Balls

My daughter, who is a diabetic, can't get enough of this candy. But even folks without special diet needs gobble it up as well.—Lorna Gunter, Kemmerer, Wyoming

Dried Fruit Squares

Dried Fruit Squares

Dried Fruit Squares

Honey and orange juice add a tasty touch of sweetness to these fruity squares.—Martha Voss, Dickinson, North Dakota

Orange Apricot Balls

Orange Apricot Balls

Orange Apricot Balls

I first tried this citrusy candy as a child at my grandmother's house. I enjoyed it so much, my dad has been making it every Christmas since.—Shelly Detwiler, Marysville, Ohio

Bugle Cones

Bugle Cones

Bugle Cones

Making these treats is a breeze. I simply whip up a sugary filling, roll it into small balls to resemble scoops of ice cream and perch them on top of Bugle corn snacks. Then I roll them in sprinkles or nuts.—Dianne Conway, London, Ontario

Shortbread Lemon Bars

Shortbread Lemon Bars

Shortbread Lemon Bars

I've put together two family cookbooks over the years, and this recipe ranks among my favorites. These special lemon bars have a yummy shortbread crust and a refreshing flavor. I'm never afraid to make this dessert for guests since I know it will be a hit. —Margaret Peterson, Forest City, Iowa

Fudgy Toffee Bars

Fudgy Toffee Bars

Fudgy Toffee Bars

Sweet treats always go over well in my family, especially during the holidays. We think these rich bars-dotted with walnuts, toffee bits, chocolate chips and coconut-are better than candy! They're nice to share with a group since one pan goes a long way.

Vanilla Custard Cups

Vanilla Custard Cups

Vanilla Custard Cups

When I was living with my mother, she loved custard,, so I'd make this comforting dessert each week. Without leftovers, there's no chance of getting tired of this treat!—Billie Bohannan, Imperial, California
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