Are you thinking about what to make for the Holidays? Here are the best Holiday and Christmas recipes all in one place.
Have you been thinking about recipes you will be making for Christmas yet? I sure have. We are having lots of family and now is the best time to decide on holiday meals! Here are my favorite Christmas recipes I make almost every year. And they are all in one place! I hope one or two or more of these delicious recipes will grace your holiday table this year!
Christmas will soon be here so let’s get all of the delicious recipes together that we want to make for friends and family.
Here are some my family’s favorites! These are tried and truly scrumptious recipes perfect for the Holidays!
Let’s start with brunch!
Let’s start with Christmas morning! I’ve made this scrumptious sausage casserole for decades. Now my sister makes it and my grown children make it too!
This Christmas my children and little grandchildren will be here with us so Christmas Breakfast Casserole will be on the Christmas brunch menu.
I love this simple recipe because it’s made the night before and refrigeratored overnight and baked off the next day! This makes preparing Christmas brunch so so easy!
One of the most fun things I make during the Christmas season is a delicious peppermint slow cooker hot chocolate! It’s rich and has a faint flavor of peppermint!
Serve this hot chocolate in a big mug with lots of marshmallows and a candy cane!
Christmas Candy Cane Hot Chocolate is the perfect libation for watching a Christmas movie, especially Elf because candy canes are one of an elf’s three main food groups.
One thing I love to bake is cookies! Expecially Christmas Cookies!
I’ve also compiled 10 of my Favorite Christmas Cookies! They are the ones I make over and over every year. And one recipe that makes 5 different cookie flavors! That wonderful Cookie Box Recipe was new to me last year and I’m making again this year!
Tomorrow starts a week of Christmas cookie baking!
Oh, yum! Check out the cookies I’m makings this year!
I am not one to be slaving away in the kitchen all Christmas day! I want to enjoy my family and the specialness of this holy day!
But I want a glorious main dish that is Christmas dinner worthy!
This Holiday Beef Brisket is a seriously delicious main dish for Christmas dinner and it is just so easy to make! There are only three ingredients that go in the slow cooker to make all the Christmas main dish goodness!
You won’t believe how delicious it is!!!!! Dinner will done and ready to be warmed up for Christmas dinner.
You will love this recipe. Just read all the comments! So many love it too!
Isn’t this the prettiest and most festive cheese ball? And it looks like a Christmas pinecone!!!!!
I love to make this for family and friends because I always get ooooh’s and aaaah’s!
And I love this cheese ball because I can make it in three different flavors. I’ve just added three new and scrumptious cheese ball recipes. And they are delicious!
You can make the Holiday Pinecone Cheese Ball recipes up ahead then all you have to do is add the rosemary and cranberry garnish and crackers!
This beautiful cheese ball is a must for the Holidays!
This is a very beautiful and delicious Christmas punch called a shrub. A shrub contains fruit and vinegar to create a tangy sugary mix! Originally it was non-alcoholic but we make it with Prosecco or Champagne.
We first drank a Christmas shrub in Williamsburg Va and it was so good I have made one during the holidays for years!
Fizzy Christmas Shrub can be made into an alcoholic libation or a refreshing non-alcoholic drink. It’s just so good and so special!
The recipe for Cranberry Orange Bundt Cake went viral on Pinterest!
Everyone loves the pretty festive look and taste of this cake! And no wonder, it is easy to make and tastes absolutely divine!
And this recipe has a link to the Sugared Cranberries that make this cake look so festive! Even if you don’t make the cake the little cranberry jewels are worth making! They burst in your mouth and pop with fresh cranberry flavor!
I made the Cranberry Orange Bundt Cake for the first time last year and my family loved it so much I’ll be making it again for our dessert this Christmas!
Serving an appetizer that looks like a Christmas tree is the best way to start a conversation at your Christmas gatherings!
Choose the hard and semi-hard cheeses you like best and add fruit and shape it in the form of a Christmas tree!
O, Christmas Tree Cheeseboard so easy, fun and yummy!
I hope these Christmas recipes have helped your Christmas menu planning! Have a Merry and Delicous Christmas, my friend!