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Christmas Recipes

Happy Holidays! If you’re planning your holiday menu, you’ve come to the right place. Enjoy!

Recent Christmas Recipes & Ideas

  • Vanilla Ice Cream

    This homemade vanilla ice cream is made with a custard base, sugar, cream, and real vanilla beans. So classic and so good! Serve it topped with caramel sauce or alongside a slice of apple pie.

  • Irvin Lin

    7-Layer Magic Bars

    Classic 7-layer magic bars with chocolate, nuts, butterscotch, and coconut! They're the perfect make-ahead dessert for your next party.

  • Nick Evans

    Ambrosia Salad

    This Classic Ambrosia Salad recipe is a throwback to a simpler time. It’s just fruit, whipped cream, marshmallows, and almonds. Ambrosia salad is a light, airy, sweet treat.

  • Elise Bauer

    Rosemary Focaccia

    Homemade focaccia is simply the BEST! It's easy to make, but be sure to give yourself the afternoon. You'll be rewarded with a rich, rosemary-scented bread that feeds a crowd. Serve as an appetizer or as a side with soup, roasts, or braises.

  • Elise Bauer

    Italian Meatballs

    These classic Italian-American style meatballs are huge and pillowy soft! They're mixed with ground beef and pork, loaded with herbs and cheese, and served with a traditional tomato sauce. Make them baseball-sized for a dinner entree, or roll them smaller for an appetizer.

  • Sally Vargas

    Loaf Pan Lasagna

    This small-batch weeknight lasagna comfortably serves two and is ready in half the time as a larger batch. Loaf Pan Lasagna is layered with chunky pieces of sausage and rustic-but-quick tomato sauce.

  • Cambria Bold

    Old Fashioned Cocktail

    An Old Fashioned is a true classic. Made with whiskey, sugar, Angostura bitters, and an orange peel (or cherry) for garnish, it's a cocktail made for whiskey lovers!

  • Elana Lepkowski

    Earl Grey Tea and Tonic

    Don't drink or trying to drink less? A rich tea syrup is a great way to add flavor and body to a non-alcoholic drink, like in this citrusy Earl Grey Tea and Tonic mocktail.

  • Katie Morford

    Mini Flourless Chocolate Olive Oil Cakes

    38 min

    Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Paleo, Vegetarian

    These Mini Flourless Chocolate Olive Oil Cakes are do delicious and decadent, you might be surprised to see healthy ingredients in the recipe. They're gluten-free (thanks to the almond flour!) and made with olive oil instead of butter. And the flavor? So rich and satisfying.

  • Aaron Hutcherson

    Spinach Artichoke Dip with Bacon

    This Spinach Artichoke Dip with crunchy smoky bacon will disappear in a flash at your next party! Make this for football parties, game nights with friends, or any gathering that needs a dip on the table.

  • Elise Bauer

    Gingerbread Cookies

    Gingerbread Cookies are the essence of the holidays and are deeply flavored with spices and molasses. Decorate with royal icing and enjoy them for dessert or on your Christmas tree!

  • Elise Bauer

    Glazed Baked Ham

    Glazed Baked Ham is so easy and delicious! Choose from two different glazes, both with honey. Baked ham is a great way to feed a crowd during the holidays.

  • Sally Vargas

    Panettone

    Make the holidays extra special with a homemade loaf of panettone. This enriched Italian Christmas bread—dotted with rum-soak dried fruit, citrus, and almonds—is easy to make at home with the time-saving tip of letting it rise overnight in the refrigerator.

  • Elise Bauer

    Best Holiday Fruitcake

    This easy Christmas fruitcake is perfect for the holidays. It's light, tender, and full of dried fruits and nuts. Sprinkle the loaf with brandy, or leave it out! Either way, this fruit cake is a welcome addition to the holiday table.

  • Elise Bauer

    Peanut Butter Cookies

    These are the best peanut butter cookies ever! Use your favorite store-brand peanut butter and a combination of white and brown sugar. For the best cookie shape, let the dough chill for at least three hours before baking.

  • Nick Evans

    Gouda and Bacon Stuffed Mushrooms

    These Gouda and Bacon Stuffed Mushrooms, made with your basic white button mushroom, are a hearty, crowd-pleasing party appetizer. Stuff them ahead and bake them when ready. Your guests won't be able to have just one!

  • Claudia Cash

    12 Cozy Breakfasts for Christmas Morning

    As kids, Christmas morning was about stockings. As grown-ups, it's all about BREAKFAST! From bakery-worthy cinnamon rolls to an outstanding bagel casserole, here are our favorite holiday breakfasts for the whole family.

  • Elise Bauer

    Bread Pudding

    This best-ever Bread Pudding is so easy to make. Just soak bread cubes with eggs, sugar, and milk, then bake. Add bourbon-soaked raisins and spices to make it extra-special. This New Orleans dessert is a classic for Christmas, Mardi Gras, or any special meal.

  • Irvin Lin

    Easy Peanut Butter Fudge

    12 hrs, 15 min

    Gluten-Free

    This peanut butter fudge is so QUICK and EASY to make. Melt marshmallows with sugar and peanut butter, and you're done! This tastes like the inside of a peanut butter cup, and makes a great gift.

  • Nancy Mitchell

    Boozy Chai-Spiced Apple Cider Punch

    This Chai-Spiced Apple Cider Holiday Punch – made with apple cider, brandy, vanilla, and chai tea – is sugar, spice, and everything nice! Easy to scale up or down, it's ready for your next holiday party.

  • Elise Bauer

    Laura Bush’s Cowboy Cookies

    First Lady Laura Bush's classic kitchen sink cowboy cookies won her cookie fame for a reason. They're made with oatmeal, pecans, coconut, and chocolate chips for an over-the-top cookie you can't resist.

  • Claudia Cash

    19 Food Gifts for the Holidays

    Want to give your loved ones a homemade treat this season? From Red Velvet Cookies to Holiday Spice Granola, any one of these favorite recipes would make a wonderful food gift!

  • Elise Bauer

    Classic Rack of Lamb

    35 min

    Gluten-Free, Low Carb, Paleo

    Rack of Lamb is so elegant! Perfect for entertaining. Tender oven-roasted rack of lamb, seasoned with rosemary, thyme, garlic, salt and freshly ground black pepper, and slathered with olive oil.

  • Elise Bauer

    Glazed Baked Ham

    Glazed Baked Ham is so easy and delicious! Choose from two different glazes, both with honey. Baked ham is a great way to feed a crowd during the holidays.

  • Elise Bauer

    Roast Beef

    4 hrs, 35 min

    Gluten-Free, Low Carb, Paleo

    Classic roast beef recipe using rump roast, round roast, or sirloin tip. This slow roasting method at low heat is good for tougher cuts of beef; the lower heat prevents any gristle from getting too tough.

  • Elise Bauer

    Mom’s Turkey Soup

    Classic turkey soup recipe! Take what's left of the turkey carcass and make a delicious turkey soup with the leftover turkey to enjoy for days.

  • Elise Bauer

    Perfect Cheesecake

    Say hello to your new favorite cheesecake recipe! This is a classic New York cheesecake, baked in the oven. A water bath, plus lots of tips and guidance, help you make the best, silkiest, creamiest cheesecake EVER.

  • Elise Bauer

    Prime Rib

    Gluten-Free, Low Carb, Paleo

    Prime rib recipe, how to cook to perfection a standing rib beef roast, step-by-step instructions and photos. Perfect for Christmas and the holiday season.

  • Sally Vargas

    Loaf Pan Lasagna

    This small-batch weeknight lasagna comfortably serves two and is ready in half the time as a larger batch. Loaf Pan Lasagna is layered with chunky pieces of sausage and rustic-but-quick tomato sauce.

  • Elise Bauer

    Beef Wellington

    Perfect Beef Wellington! Beef tenderloin fillet, coated with mustard, mushroom duxelles, ham, wrapped in puff pastry and baked. Based on Gordon Ramsay Beef Wellington recipe.

  • Elise Bauer

    Roast Leg of Lamb

    3 hrs, 30 min

    Gluten-Free, Low Carb, Paleo

    Classic roast leg of lamb recipe. Leg of lamb marinated in a citrus rosemary marinade, then oven seared and slow roasted.

  • Hank Shaw

    Walnut Snowball Cookies

    These festive holiday Snowball Cookies are made with finely chopped walnuts, flour, and vanilla, then rolled into balls and dusted with powdered sugar. They freeze well and ship well, too!

  • Garrett McCord

    Chocolate Crinkles

    Chocolate crinkle cookies! Chocolate dough rolled in powdered sugar and baked into a festive black and white cookie. They're the perfect Christmas cookies!

  • Elise Bauer

    Peanut Butter Cookies

    These are the best peanut butter cookies ever! Use your favorite store-brand peanut butter and a combination of white and brown sugar. For the best cookie shape, let the dough chill for at least three hours before baking.

  • Elise Bauer

    Yorkshire Pudding

    Traditional Yorkshire pudding to serve with roast beef, batter of flour, salt, eggs, butter, milk, cooked in pan with roast drippings.

  • Elise Bauer

    Perfect Mashed Potatoes

    35 min

    Gluten-Free, Vegetarian

    These heavenly mashed potatoes are made using buttery Yukon Gold potatoes, cream, butter, milk, salt, and pepper. This is a classic recipe, perfect for Thanksgiving, Easter, and everything in between!


30 New Twists on Classic Christmas Recipes

As the holidays continue to creep up on us, planning your seasonal menu can feel hopeless (or at least, a lot different from years past). According to The New York Times, coronavirus cases in the U.S. keep climbing, making any large holiday gatherings impossible. But while we can't celebrate with big gatherings, don't feel like you can't show off your cooking skills this season. Start some new family traditions this Christmas by supercharging familiar recipes with spiced up new takes, making the season's festivities feel exciting, even if your crowd just consists of family.

Trying to reimagine a whole seasonal feast feels impossible, but fear not—we've assembled the master list of the ultimate menu that can please anyone looking to celebrate the holidays right. Round up your family and tempt them with a slew of new meals that not only remind us of Christmases past but also help us get ready for the bright new year ahead of us. Get ready to spread some holiday cheer with these 30 creative Christmas classics that guarantee to become a tradition at your home for years to come.

And for more ways to indulge this winter, check out these 25 easy Christmas cookie recipes to keep the holidays rolling ahead!


30+ of the best Christmas recipes

Here is our ultimate recipe selection for the perfect Christmas feast. These triple-tested recipes include a traditional roasted turkey with gravy, a variety of delicious side dishes and Christmas pudding!

The amount of festive recipes to choose can sometimes be overwhelming, so we have cherry picked our top Christmas Recipes to try this year. From inventive canapés to light starters, show stopping turkeys to fabulous sides, alternative mains to delicious desserts, we have every possible discerning taste covered!

If you can&rsquot get fresh crab meat, tinned works, too, just drain it thoroughly. For a vegetarian version, swap the crab for mashed hard-boiled eggs.

Serve up breakfast for dinner with these tasty little frittatas. Swap the brown sauce for ketchup, if you prefer.

These no-fuss cheese bites look super pretty, and can easily be made a day ahead.

A fruity elegant salad that&rsquos sure to impress. Replace the blue cheese with a goat&rsquos cheese if you&rsquore not a fan.

The traditional way to hearald a Christmas feast, and these individual serving are so simple and can be made in advance.

Rich in colour and taste, this soup has the wow factor, but is super simple to make.
Recipe: Beetroot soup

For this year's main event, we have glazed our turkey with sherry, marmalade and mustard and rubbed it in clementine juice, thyme and butter.

Our top choice for Christmas is this exquisite roasted turkey with clementine and sage. Top it with Madeira gravy to make the perfect main dish for your feast.
Recipe: Clementine and sage turkey with Madeira gravy

Turkey crowns are simple to roast and carve, and delicious to eat.

Impressive and simple to carve, this turkey roll is packed with sweet apples and spicy chorizo

Our rack of pork recipe is special enough for the confident cook to serve, yet simple enough for the novice to master - try it as a main dish for your Christmas meal.
Recipe: Stuffed rack of pork with cider gravy

A traditional meat cut with port gravy that will leave everyone wanting more.
Recipe: Roast rolled sirloin of beef with port gravy

A vegetarian alternative for your guests, this pea pithivier also makes a stunning centrepiece.
Recipe: Vegetarian pea pithivier

The earthiness of the mushrooms combined with the truffle oil makes this a perfect vegan showstopper for meat eaters and vegetarians, too.

For vegans, replace goats cheese with a substitute, we like Violife Feta Style Non-Dairy Cheese Alternative.

Serve this delicious vegetarian centrepiece at the table alongside your turkey and the meat eaters will all want a slice too!

This terrine will look fabulous on your dinner table and will taste even more amazing.
Recipe: Chicken and pork terrine

A new way with stuffing, and best presented and carved at the table. Unless you&rsquore using it to stuff the turkey, keep the nuts nice and chunky.

A recipe that is not only full of protein, fibre and magnesium but also adds wonderful nuttiness to your stuffing.
Recipe: Roasted vegetarian quinoa stuffing

A couple of cunning additions add a gloriously cheesy crunch to everyone&rsquos favourite side.

Traditional roast potatoes are always a favourite.
Recipe: Roast potatoes

Make sure to use a mild olive oil as extra virgin oil will add a bitterness. Ideally you want to roast the potatoes in an even layer &ndash the oven tray is ideal for this.

This gratin, thanks to its vertically stacked potatoes, is both creamy and crispy, so you get the best of both worlds.

This sprout dish with smoked bacon will taste delicious with your turkey.
Recipe: Shredded sprouts

Dolcelatte is suitable for vegetarians, and the burst of pomegranate freshness is a delight (as well as being pretty!).

Roasting the cabbage really brings out its earthy sweetness.

If not serving to vegetarians, you can replace some or all of the stock with the roasting tin juices of the cooked turkey, or its resting juices

No Christmas dinner would be complete without a serving of bread sauce, and this one&rsquos a winner.

So easy to make and much more flavoursome than the jarred varieties.

The tangy flavour of crème fraîche helps balance the sweetness from the white chocolate, but you could use extra double cream, if you prefer.


35 Best Christmas Cakes to Get You in the Holiday Spirit

It's the most wonderful time of the year&mdashespecially if you love dessert! Christmas cookies are everywhere and so is the sweet scent of chocolate, peppermint, and gingerbread. You don't have to limit your Christmas dessert lineup to just cookies though: These best Christmas cake recipes are a great way to wow your family with something new and special&mdashjust look at Ree Drummond's yule log cake!

If you're looking to make an impressive Christmas cake, draw inspiration from holiday flavors and dishes you already know and love. Think about all of the sweets and drinks that come to mind this time of year: spiced nuts, peppermint candies, chocolate fudge, hot cocoa, mulled wine and eggnog. Turning them into a beautiful cake to share with family and friends is the fun part!

If you're looking for a special way to round out your Christmas dinner this year or you just want to switch up your usual cookies, you'll definitely find a Christmas cake recipe on this list that fits the bill. You might find that you enjoy decorating a holiday cake just as much as decorating Christmas cookies. Plus, a nice slice of cake pairs just as well with a glass of milk for Santa!


65 Best Christmas Dessert Recipes to Treat Your Family to This December

There are so many things to think about once the holiday season rolls around. Which Christmas dinner recipes will you make? What can you gift your dad that he'll actually use? Will you wrap the tree in multicolored or white bulbs this year? However, one of the most important decisions to make&mdashand we mean important&mdashis figuring out which Christmas dessert recipes you're going to whip up throughout December. This decadent list of Christmas cookie, cake, candy, and pie recipes has you covered. There are tons of seasonal flavors like gingerbread, peppermint, and caramel, as well as classic recipes you've got to make&mdashespecially when it comes to Christmas cake. Some of these sweets might even become part of your Christmas breakfast menu&mdashno judgment here!

You might make the same family desserts every year&mdashRee Drummond loves to make her mom's sugar cookie recipe for Christmas every year, after all. This year, add some new holiday baking ideas into the mix. For instance, the eggnog crème brûlée will be an absolute winner alongside your family faves. And a classic yule log will be a hit&mdashand well worth the time and concentration. Even if you're just coming up with Christmas Eve dinner recipes for your partner and kids this year, you'll definitely want to indulge in a few of these delicious Christmas desserts.


Our Best Holiday Baking Recipes

These sweet treats are perfect when you need a pinch of holiday spirit and a sprinkle of festive fun!

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Snow Globe Cheesecakes

These adorable snow globe cheesecakes are a no-bake masterpiece. Each little cheesecake is topped with a glassy gelatin globe speckled with silver glitter, as if freshly shaken. The best part is, you can eat every bit!

Julekage

Julekage is a Danish Christmas yeasted bread that's redolent of cardamom and cinnamon and chockablock with dried fruit, nuts, and candied orange peel. Don't be daunted by the lengthy ingredient list you are likely to have many of the items on hand and the rest are grocery staples.

Old Fashioned Sugar Cookies

Gingerbread Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

As with most gingerbreads, this cake only gets better with time. When it's first baked, it will be light and cakey. If you wrap it and let it sit a day, it will become even more moist and the warm spices will intensify. Either way, it's homey and delicious and perfect for your holiday table. And if you don't have gingerbread cookies to decorate the bottom with, don't worry. This cake can easily stand alone and still impress.

The Best Peanut Brittle

This sweet and salty peanut brittle has the perfect crunch and sheen. With a little patience, you'll have a delicious brittle to serve to party guests or as an edible gift around the holidays.

Kransekake

Kransekake is a show-stopping Scandinavian celebration dessert that literally means 'wreath cake.' The tower of ring-shaped cookies whimsically decorated with royal icing is worthy of being the center of any celebration.


For some, it’s not Christmas dinner without roast turkey and stuffing. This year, make it a small bird for a small gathering, and get ahead on the trimmings to keep the day stress free

Roast turkey, chestnut and sausage stuffing, and gravy by Lindsey Bareham. Photograph: Romas Foord/The Observer


This recipe won her another blue ribbon last August! Makes BOTH drop and roll cookies in just one mixing!

1 cup Fluffo [shortening]
1-1/2 cups sugar
2 eggs
2-1/2 cup sifted all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt

Blend shortening snd sugar. Add eggs and beat. Combine flour, baking powder and salt add, blending well. Divide dough in half.

To make rolled cookies: to one half dough, add 1 to 2 teaspoons vanilla, orange, lemon or almond extract, wrap in waxed paper and chill thoroughly. Divide and roll, part at a time, on a well-floured board, to 1/4 thickness. Cut and bake on greased baking sheet, 10-12 minutes at 375 F. Cool. Add icing if desired. Makes about 3 dozen cookies with average cutters.

To make drop cookies: To the other half of the dough, add 1/4 cup milk, and your choice of:

(l) 1 to 2 teaspoons almond extract, 1/2 cup chopped shredded coconut &ndash or

(2) 1 to 2 teaspoons lemon extract, 1/2 cup each chopped dates and walnuts &ndash or-

(3) 1 tsp. cinnamon, 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg, 1/4 tsp. cloves and 3/4 cup seedless raisins &ndash or &ndash

(4) 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon peppermint flavoring, 1/2 cup chopped pecans and 3 tablespoons cocoa, stirred into 3 tablespoons warm water.

Drop by teaspoons on greased baking sheet, bake as above.

Makes 3 to 3-1/2 dozen cookies.


Main Dishes for Christmas Dinner

Prime Rib Roast With Potatoes

On Christmas, we try to have a special meal that we wouldn’t have every day of the year. The standing prime rib roast is a wonderful, striking centerpiece on the holiday table.


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Christmas Glazed Ham

Our Honey-Mustard Glazed Ham makes a striking main dish with its shiny, caramelized coating. A tangy, crunchy crust yields a mouthwateringly delicous interior.


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Roast Goose

The most traditional holiday dish is the roast goose. Most grocers can supply a frozen goose at any time during the holidays fresh birds are usually available. Even better is a free-range goose, which will be more tender and taste better.


Roast Goose. Photo by Agnes Kantaruk/Shutterstock.

Dry-Brined Roast Turkey

As opposed to a traditionally brined turkey, a dry-brined turkey is said to have a crispier skin and better texture overall.

It’s not difficult but you do need to put the brined turkey in the fridge 3 days in advance and remove the night before roasting.


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Roasted Pork Tenderloin With Garlic and Rosemary

This simple, elegant dish that impresses with little effort. With just a few ingredients—fresh rosemary, thyme, and roasted garlic—you impart wonderful flavor that melds deliciously with the tender juiciness of the tenderloin.


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Tourtiere (French-Canadian Christmas Meat Pie)

Tourtière is a popular meat-filled pie enjoyed at Christmas. A French-Canadian staple, this double-crusted savory pie is made with a ground pork, warm spices, and mashed potatoes, plus a rich pastry crust that melts in your mouth.


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Lasagna With Two Sauces

Sporting a meat sauce and a white sauce, this classic crowd-pleaser just got twice as nice!


Lasagna with Two Sauces. Photo by Becky Luigart-Stayner.

Easy Cranberry Chicken Recipes

Need a quick dinner for two or three? This Easy Cranberry Chicken recipe is a wonderfully festive and flavorful dish with minimal effort. Enjoy over rice or with roasted veggies.


Christmas Recipes & Ideas

These impressive Christmas menus & recipes are designed to make the season smooth & enjoyable. From delicious party ideas, an eye-opening brunch, or a spin on an Italian tradition, the ideas & inspiration you need for a memorable holiday are right here!

Easy Holiday Side Recipes

These side dishes are so good that they could become a tradition on the holiday table for years to come! Don’t be surprised if your family asks for them year-round!

Entrée Recipes & Ideas

Christmas dinner is something special. This collection features recipes for entrées that will have your guests eagerly waiting to dig into the main course!

Cocktail Party Recipes

These one- and two-bite appetizers are just what’s needed to kick off the party. And guess what? They’re super-easy to make!

Decadent Desserts

Cakes, cookies, pies and tarts, oh my! What’s not to love about the final course of a holiday dinner? Make your festivities memorable with any of these sweet finishes!

Christmas Brunch Recipes

Give yourself a gift this year – a simple brunch! Let these recipes inspire your menu and treat your taste buds.

Holiday Ham

Ham is perfect for holiday dinner tables and buffets. This collection offers all kinds of variety so you’re sure to find one that’s perfect for this year’s feast!

Italian Inspired Feast of Fishes

Full of fresh-from-the-sea flavor, the recipes in this seafood-centric dinner will make your Christmas Eve feast more delicious than ever!

Christmas Cocktail Party Recipes

Raise a glass and toast to the Christmas season with these fabulous finger foods & cocktail ideas. These recipes will have guests raving long after the holidays have passed.

Christmas Morning Breakfast Recipes

Unwrapping all those presents can work up quite an appetite. Here are eight perfectly baked breakfast recipes. While it cooks in the oven, open presents and then enjoy a no-fuss hot breakfast!

Best Holiday Sides

These side dishes are our kitchen favorites and deemed the best of the best! We hope your family enjoys these recipes during the holiday season too.

Winter Wonderland Buffet

These delicious and easy-to-execute buffet ideas are just the ticket to a relaxing and fun holiday season.

Cookie & Bar Recipes

Cookies, bars and sweet snacks. oh my! Serve these desserts and receive rave reviews!

A Great Side Show

Looking for a winning side dish? Your search stops here! Prepare to be impressed with any of these recipes!

Holiday Sips & Sweets

Nothing says “holiday” better than a warm, cozy drink and a sweet treat to enjoy with it. These special treats are sure to make everyone happy.

Holiday Cookie Perfection

One of the sweetest holiday traditions just got easier. Peruse this collection of simple sweet treats!

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Jill's Hash Brown Casserole

Classic Green Bean Casserole

Stuffed Pork Roast with Herb Seasoned Artichoke & Mushroom Stuffing

Swiss Vegetable Bake for a Crowd

Prosciutto Asparagus Spirals

Cheesy Chile Corn Casserole

Pork Roast & Mushroom Gravy

Mini Strawberry Napoleons

Zucchini, Tomato & Mozzarella Tart

Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes

Braised Beef with Shallots and Mushrooms

Country Scalloped Potatoes

Beef Meatballs & Picante Glaze

Mixed Greens and Fruit Salad with Warm Onion Vinaigrette

Scalloped Potato-Onion Bake

Easy Scalloped Potatoes and Ham

Spicy Black Bean Empanadas

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Christmas Party Recipes

You can&apost fit another meat in the pot of Rachael&aposs Christmas Pasta. She makes it the day before because it only gets better and better the more it&aposs reheated.

Holiday Shrimp on Ice

To complete the ice-rink homage, add on a few plastic skater figurines.

Apps in a Snap: Spiced Olives

Personalize a simple bowl of olives with your favorite spices and seasonings. It&aposs easy! Watch our how-to video to learn how to do it yourself.

Cheese Crisps

Instead of serving a cheese plate this year, whip up these crunchy Cheese Crisps. They&aposre the best part of cheese and cracker all in one!

Dinner Rolls

Whip up these delectable dinner rolls when you&aposre hosting a big crowd or a small group (you&aposll just have delicious leftovers!).

Stuffed Artichokes

Anytime you serve artichokes, be sure to place small dishes on the table to collect the leaves. And they are delicious at room temperature, so you can make them ahead and they&aposll be ready whenever you are.

Apps in a Snap: Pear and Cheese Crisps

Whip up this fruity and cheesy appetizer in a flash with the help of our how-to video.

Sirloin Kebabs

Meat on a stick, need we say more? Your guests will chow down on these rosemary-infused chunks of beef like they&aposre going out of style.

Party Cheese Balls

It&aposs not a party without a cheese ball! Amp up the classic with our fun twists, such as port-soaked cranberries and even pretzels!

Apps in a Snap: Cheese Ball

Watch our how-to video to learn how to make our festive cranberry version on your own!

Jalapeno Poppers

This party-perfect app is packed full of a little spice, a little cheese and a whole lot of satisfaction.

Butternut Squash-and-Red Onion Pizza

Use refrigerated pizza dough, for a quick party fix. Tip: Toss the squash with fragrant herbs like thyme or rosemary before roasting.

Spicy Mexican Meatballs

For a bite with a kick, serve these spicy pork meatballs. Top with a creamy avocado dip, and stick with a toothpick for plate-free snacking.

Apps in a Snap: Thai Chicken Salad Bites

Take this lunchtime fave and whip it up in appetizer form. Watch our how-to video to learn how to make it yourself.

Beer-Roasted Fresh Ham with Braised Onions

Before putting this fresh ham in the oven, be sure to let it sit at room temperature for up to two hours. Scatter the onions with garlic on the bottom of the pan to create a juicy side.

Crispy Sesame-Crusted Brussels Sprouts

Tired of the same vegetables with dinner? Try these yummy bite-size sprouts covered with crunchy sesame seeds.

Roast Goose with Fruit-Nut Stuffing

Stuff apples, prunes and pine nuts under the goose&aposs skin and bake until it reaches that perfect golden brown. Tip: Save the rich and luxurious rendered goose fat for frying your potatoes!

Chorizo-and-Potato Taquitos

Spice up your Christmas party with these Latin treats. For a milder kick, swap out the habanero for a not as hot jalapeno.

Swiss Chard au Gratin

Make a cheesy chard casserole and bake until it bubbles of gooey goodness. Serve on top of toasted bread and topped with more parmesan cheese.

"Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" Tea Sandwiches

Create these festive little snacks by using a star-shaped cookie cutter. Spread a yummy lemon butter with dill and radishes on top for the perfect bite.

Italian-Asian Rack of Lamb

The best part of this classic Christmas meal? The lamb can soak up all of the delish flavors in the marinade the night before, while you catch some zzz&aposs.


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