Easy to Make Christmas Recipes

Holiday parties, ugly sweater get togethers, cookie exchanges… Christmas is a season for all sorts of get-togethers and to eat drink and be merry! You anxiously check your calendar and gladly accept the invite, but then that dreaded thought pops in your head: “What will I bring?” Look no further. Here are a few simple, yet festive recipes for you to try this holiday season.


Festive and Dainty

I love this recipe because it comes out oh so fancy! It’s perfect for a dressed-up occasion or girls night out. Amp up the festive feel by serving on a holiday dish. Serve with your favorite crackers for dipping. Holiday Terrine

Holiday Terrine (Photo Courtesy of Yummly.com)

Can’t Stop Eating

This is the ultimate go-to appetizer! You cannot go wrong with this one. Creamy and spicy, all in one bite! Serve with Fritos Scoops and this will most certainly be a crowd pleaser. It’s best when bubbling out of the oven. Or, simply wrap in a towel so it stays warm until served.   Jalapeno Popper Dip


Side Dish

Decadence on the Side

Its just not the holidays without Brussel sprouts! Gone are the days of “yuck, brussel sprouts”. This festively green veg will go perfectly with your main course. Brussels Sprouts with Shallots and Wild Mushrooms

Cjhristmas Tree Holiday Desserts

Healthy Options DO Exist at the Holidays, plus it’s kid-friendly

This is such a fun dessert to make. You can even get the kids involved with cutting fruit or assembling the tree. Plus if they are helping to make it, they’ll likely eat it too!  Fruit Christmas Tree

‘Tis the Season of Salted Caramel

Salted caramel isn’t just for lattes anymore. This sweet and salty dessert will bring everyone tidings of joy! Salted Caramel Pretzel Cheesecake


Christmas Salted Caramel Cheesecake

No Holiday is Complete Without Cookies…

Especially with only three ingredients. You just can’t go wrong here. If you don’t like Hershey’s Kisses, make your own version with Rolo’s for your chocolate-caramel loving friends. Chocolate Kiss Powder Puff Cookies

We’d love to hear which recipes you tried this holiday season! Drop a comment below. Or, post a link to share if you have your own holiday favorite. 

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