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Christmas Dinner Recipes

Christmas is almost here! It’s time to lock down your holiday menu. And with the year everyone has had, you deserve to treat yourself with this holiday menu! That means tons of desserts( and alcohol if you’d like), and lots of incredibly delicious food. We gathered a handful of our favorite holiday recipes to help make the menu planning a little easier, and more delicious. 

The Pioneer Woman’s Prime Rib

Prime Rib is a favorite option for Christmas dinner, but it can be a difficult thing to cook. The key is to find the perfect recipe. We have a couple recipes we love, and this is definitely one of them. This recipe has easy to follow directions and fairly simple ingredients, making it easy for you to make an incredible meal!

Gingerbread Pancakes

Want to kick off Christmas with a bang? Or maybe just get in the holiday spirit before Christmas? Well these pancakes are sure to do the trick. The perfect combination of spices and ingredients make these pancakes out of this world. Your family won’t be able to get enough!

Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto Bites

It’s easy to get into a routine and make the same appetizers every year. But it’s so much fun to mix it up and bring new things into the holidays. These are an incredible. Easy to make, pretty healthy, delicious, and finger food. What else could you ask for from a holiday appetizer? You and your family will love these, and you’ll be grateful to have something new on the table this year.

Christmas Fudge

Nothing says Christmas like sweets.  And one of our favorite Christmas sweets is fudge! It’s a delicious, easy to make, mostly mess free option. They are great to make with young children because all you do is mix all the ingredients, melt them together, pour into the final pan and let cool. Then if you want you can add sprinkles! It takes very little time, doesn’t dirty many dishes, but will definitely be a hit this Christmas.

Roasted Beef Tenderloin with Mushrooms and White Wine Cream Sauce

A lot of people are having smaller Christmas’s this year, and because of that they are looking to get a little fancier with the food. It’s a great way to make the holiday’s still feel special even if you are in a smaller group. If you are in that group this is something you should check out. This recipe doesn’t make quite as much as traditional holiday recipes, and it’s fancier than you probably make, but its delicious. It’s the perfect thing to make to enjoy the holidays with a small group.

Best White Christmas Margaritas

Everyone loves a good margarita. And for most people, spending holidays with family means you need a margarita. So why not make those festive. These are overly festive drinks. Use coconut milk, traditional margarita ingredients, and then top with sugar and cranberries. Delicious, simple, and just festive enough to give you a great excuse to keep drinking them all day long.

Jingle Juice

An important part of any holiday celebration is the drinks! And its always fun to have festive drinks and this recipe screams the holidays. Cranberries, Prosecco and sugar, Oh My! Make sure you make a bit batch of this, because it will disappear in no time.

Cinnamon Roll Apple Pie

Apple Pie and Cinnamon Rolls! Is there anything better? We don’t think so. This recipe combines 2 classic desserts into one mouth watering pie. You definitely want to save room for this dessert.

Corn Salad with Bacon and Honey

This Corn Salad is going to be the hit of your holiday meal! Bacon and corn, with a hint of honey for sweetness. Everyone will love it. The plus? It’s a great way to encourage everyone to eat some vegetables, without drowning it in cream and cheese.

Candy Cane Cake

Every family has those members that don’t like the traditional holiday desserts. So give them something they will love this year! Candy Cane Cake! Festive, delicious, and unique. Your family will be grateful for something they like this year, and it will leave more pie for those that actually like it.

The Cheese- Maker’s Mac & Cheese

Mac and Cheese is a necessity on any good holiday menu. And this year, with most families having smaller Christmas’s than normal, it’s the perfect year to get fancy with your mac and cheese. We have almost gotten through 2020, so celebrate with mounds of incredible cheese in your mac and cheese. This is promised to be one of the best mac and cheese recipes you’ve ever had.

Honey Baked Ham

Everyone has different parts of the holiday meal that they love, but for me, one of the highlights in the ham. I love ham, and a good holiday honey ham is like heaven. I look forward to it all year. So if you are like me, than you need to try this recipe. It’s a fairly simple recipe, but there’s so much flavor and moisture, you won’t believe it. You won’t want to sure this one with your family.

Holiday Herb-Cheese Rolls

Rolls are the key to a good holiday meal. You can’t leave out the rolls! But so often the rolls are the thing thought about least. Why not make them a little more special this year with this mouthwatering recipe? It’s a out-of-the-box recipe, but after you try these you won’t want anything else. 

That’s just a handle of our favorite recipes. When it comes to the holidays there are so many great recipes to pick from. So check these out, let us know what you think and tell us some of your favorite recipes.

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