# Holiday recipes
Corned Beef Reuben Sliders
When you think of St. Patrick’s Day food and drink, what comes to mind? Emerald green beer? Roasted veggies and shepherd's pie? Or perhaps a plate of hearty corned beef and boiled cabbage? While these familiar dishes are indisputably delicious, why not mix it up this St. Patrick’s Day with a batch of Corned Beef Sliders?
Normally, making fruit salad is a family tradition for Christmas, but I am running a little behind schedule. So, I decided to make it today. After-all, it's a perfect dessert that can be served by itself, or with a meal on any given day.
Old-fashioned banana pudding
Late last night, I prepared my homemade vanilla wafers and today I will be making my old-fashioned banana pudding. I don't cut any corners with this recipe. Meaning, I make the entire recipe start to finish from scratch. Hope y'all will enjoy it!
Holiday stuffed bell peppers
Today, I am preparing my holiday ham dressing and holiday stuffed bell peppers. These aren't your typical stuffed peppers. Instead of using ground beef and rice, I am using my ham dressing to stuff inside the prepared halved bell peppers. These are so festive to serve as a side dish on the holidays and they're truly very delicious.
Holiday ham dressing
This is the perfect dressing to prepare for the holidays as a main course, or as a yummy side dish. I prepare it much like my normal dressing, but I add diced mushrooms and diced cooked ham instead of using chicken, or turkey. It's completely delicious and I hope y'all will enjoy it!
Spinach and Mozzarella Chicken Casserole- Keto Friendly
This is a delicious spinach and chicken casserole, so simple to make and perfect for a cold winter night. It has creamy cream cheese and mozzarella that will be sure to please even the pickiest of eaters. This is an easy casserole and comes together quickly making this a great week night dinner. If you're following a Keto diet, this casserole is keto friendly, gluten free and low carb, so make extras - you'll want to bring for lunch! It’s the perfect chicken dinner casserole for busy weeknights!
Eggs Benedict -Christmas Morning Casserole☃️
Overnight eggs Benedict in casserole form! Whaaaaattttt!!!!. This is a fantastic recipe to make ahead and have oven ready for Christmas Morning, brunch, special occasion, or even overnight house guests.
French Onion Soup - Snow Day!❄️
It's snowing today, beautiful gently falling snow, little flakes dancing around the land. It's a day to enjoy, to look out onto our property and be thankful. It's also a soup day, to be more precise it's a yummy caramelized onions, gooey melted Gruyere cheese over a big crusty piece of bread that's gently soaking up the broth of my French onion soup kinda day. Can you tell I'm a soup person? I love all soups and stews and this French onion soup is no exception. It's full of flavor, warms your soul and it's fantastic to indulge in when cozied up on the couch watching It's a Wonderful Life. Now you know what i have planned for today!
Nana's - Old Fashion Rum Balls 👵
Yes these are straight out of my nana's recipe box. You know the kind I'm talking about. The wooden recipe box that is literally overstuffed with your nana's delicious recipes, her lovely cursive writing covering the pieces off folder paper and index cards. Of course nana knew all of her recipes by heart but by the grace of the food god's she has written every single one down with helpful tips and tricks. Now it's been handed down to me and I know exactly where to start! Nana's no bake Old Fashion Rum Balls and yes you can absolutely taste the rum so don't skimp on the rum you want a good brand.
Melt in Your Mouth Caramels
This recipe takes patience so if your short on that this holiday season, I'll give you the free pass to go and buy caramels or convince someone to make these for you, because yes they are worth every sinful bite. These caramels are soft and chewy, won't break your teeth and perfect for gift giving or hoarding them in your bedroom and not sharing with anyone, your choice.
Holiday Peanut Butter Fudge - Microwave Friendly
Simple Holiday Peanut Butter FudgePhoto byR.Gerner/Canva. The holidays are a crazy time of the year. The hustle and bustle of shopping, holiday events, work and family get togethers and the outpouring of money gets very overwhelming. If I was to be honest, I'm much less stressed and much more content when the holidays are behind us and I can focus on everyday life.
Fig Prosciutto Flatbread Recipe
My fig prosciutto flatbread recipe is perfect for your next Christmas or holiday party. It's easy to make with fresh ingredients including créme fraîche, mozzarella, parmesan, provolone, basil, arugula, and a drizzle of olive oil. Try it for yourself and let me know what you think! Follow me for more video recipes, restaurant reviews, and food adventures!
Parmesan Chicken Pasta
Chicken recipes can get so boring. I'm always looking for a recipes that are different and this Italian Inspired recipe checks all the boxes! You'll fall in love with the flavors in this Chicken. It has yummy bacon, spinach, and tomatoes all tossed in a parmesan garlic cream sauce. My mouth is watering right now just thinking of this amazing pasta dish. This is comfort food at it's absolute best. It seriously doesn't get much better than this dish. If you're a pasta lover, you're going to have this on a permanent rotation in your home. The cream sauce absorbs all the delicious flavors from the ingredients in this pasta dish. This chicken and bacon pasta recipe is easy to make and uses basic ingredients.
I don't know about you, but the holidays are such a hectic time! I feel like I'm constantly running from this place to that place. Which is why I love this Fudge recipe, it's so quick and easy, made with 3 simple ingredients. In a pinch you can whip up a batch to bring over to a friends or to a work get together. This fudge is rich and creamy and only requires the microwave. Added bonus, no candy thermometer needed! When it comes to traditional holiday desserts, fudge is probably one of the most popular treats!
The Spicy Ginger Man - Holiday Cocktail
This holiday season every woman or man out there needs a spicy man in his or her life! You know to keep the holiday season merry and bright! This drink had me at hazelnut liqueur and butterscotch schnapps. This drink in deliciously naughty, the buttery butterscotch schnapps mixed with the vanilla vodka is downright sinful. It's the holidays, what better time to try some fun, out of the box drinks for your holiday get togethers.
A holiday traditional recipe: Apple Cranberry Casserole that you will love
If you love the holiday season as much as I do, then you are in for a treat! This holiday sweet side dish recipe may not only be good for your heart, but it’s yummy to your taste buds! We are rapidly approaching that wonderful time of year that brings family and friends together. This means the delicious smell of apple, cinnamon and pumpkin filling the air in the house and warming the heart! I don’t know about you, but I just love the scent of cinnamon, pumpkin, and apples! This is why I wanted to share this perfect seasonal recipe: Apple Cranberry Casserole. This apple cranberry treat will have your family grinning from ear to ear.
The only holiday appetizer you need. Cranberry jalapeño cream cheese dip.
I’m going to be honest, I don’t even really like cranberries, but this dip changed my way of thinking. It’s sweet and tangy with a hint of spice. It’s addicting and the first time I made it, I ate the whole thing … by myself, the night before thanksgiving. I kid you not. The dish to pass that I was responsible for, I demolished sitting in front of the television. It’s that good …
Holiday Ham and Cheese Bread Pudding
I was cleaning out my freezer the other morning. Knowing full well that the holidays are here and we’re absolutely going to need to make room. It was time that I address the 50 ice packs that we’ve never used and make space for the extra turkey we bought for thanksgiving. With the great sale prices we always buy 2, one for thanksgiving and one for the dead of winter. As I was unloading the last of my never used ice packs, way in the back far corner of our freezer I found a very sad package of English muffins. I hate to waste anything, so I knocked off the ice, took them out and declared to my family “English muffins for breakfast this week”! Needless to say the next morning when I reached for my breakfast I found some very hard and frost bitten bread lumps. I’m not even sure you could call it bread anymore. So I stood there determined to not toss these lumps right into the garbage. Then it came to me … I was going to make a savory bread pudding. These hard little English muffins would be the perfect vehicle to soak up some fluffy egg goodness! In all honesty any type of dry or stale bread will work, but these English muffins worked better than I could have imagined.
My Favorite Brunch Recipe | Sausage Egg Casserole | Family Recipe | Flour, Eggs and Yeast Channel
Every holiday in TX...had at least one breakfast with this dish made by our Aunt Anne and we loved it! Not just the flavor but the tradition of it. We are forever grateful for the years we got to live within driving distance to the family of cousins and enjoy these times together.