Lean into cozy holiday cheer with these holiday feast recipes. Get the family hyped for the big day: plan to feature a different holiday feast recipe or two in the days leading up to the big dinner. Or, lay them all out the day of—just make sure folks don't fill up before the entrée hits the table!
Holiday feast recipes can help stave off hungry hands trying to get in on the action in the kitchen. Keep them away from the ham or turkey until dinner time by setting out snacks elsewhere. You could even set up a mocktail beverage station alongside them. Get kids (of all ages) involved in setting a pretty scene for the feast with serving utensils and bowls that have just a little more glitz and glamor than your everyday sets. See if they can get creative with the construction paper or unleash their interior designer on your table linens.
Serve up these holiday feast recipes and make the holidays that much brighter, with delicious bites plated up on sweet accessories.
Add a little sophisticated elegance to your holiday sweets with these Candied Orange Peel Dipped in Chocolate. Packaging these candied orange peels up in individual parchment baggies* will help keep any stickiness contained.
Top show-stopping Mini Pecan Pies with COOL WHIP served from a pretty gold-rimmed bowl. There's nothing wrong, of course, with serving straight from the tub, but why not use an ever-so-slightly fancier spoon and bowl for toppings?
If you're looking for red and green holiday feast recipes, look no further than this Red Pepper, Spinach and Goat Cheese Dip. Plated in a pretty fluted pie plate, this dip is a decoration all on its own.
A delectable Roasted Pear Salad will have even the pickiest eaters in your household convinced that salad can be delicious. Show it off in a large serving bowl with an elegant gold serving set to show the folks at home that your holiday game is strong.
What's better than simple, tasty finger food? These STOVE TOP, Cranberry and Cream Cheese Pinwheels look so beautiful on this unique oval platter we wouldn't blame you if you took a pic and posted it.
These holiday feast recipes will keep your crowd happy during games, gift exchanges, singalongs and more. Don't forget to add holiday desserts to your menu planning list. And be sure to consider holiday drinks, for warming up after playing outside in the snow or for toasting a new year.
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