Does it get any better than holiday food? We think not, which is why you simply have to make these 5 holiday food recipes this December. From holiday cookies to festive cocktails, we’ve searched high and low to find you the best holiday recipes out there! So put that holiday reindeer apron on, roll up your sleeves and start whipping these mouth-watering dishes up (we promise your family and friends will thank you).
Let’s be honest, no holiday gathering is ever complete without some spiked hot apple cider or mulled wine (aka the cocktails of Christmas). This holiday season, impress all of your friends and loved ones with these delicious hot apple cider and mulled wine recipes that taste just as good as they look. We also recommend serving these cocktails up in style with an elegant punch bowl and crystal glasses.
Does it get any cuter than these ugly Christmas sweater cookies? We think not! These Christmas cookies are sure to get everyone into the holiday spirit (scrooge or not) and you can bake them up in no time with some help from these recipes.
Building a gingerbread house is a classic holiday tradition that everyone knows and loves. This holiday season, take your gingerbread house up a notch with some help from this gingerbread house guide. Because after all, where do you expect all your gingerbread men to live without a beautiful display house?
Calling all cheese lovers! This walnut and honey baked brie dish was made for you! With gooey brie cheese and a savory honey topping, this appetizer is as delicious as they come. Oh and the best part about this impressive dish is that it only requires five ingredients and takes less than a 1/2 hour to put together.
You haven’t really had holiday candied nuts until you’ve tried these candied bacon nuts. This sweet and savory dish is the perfect holiday appetizer and is sure to be the hit at the holiday party.
We hope our list of delicious holiday staples helps you impress everyone this December! With that said, what holiday recipes from our list do you plan on cooking up for the holidays this year? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter at@. Happy holidays!