Christmas Brunch Recipes. When it comes to making Christmas Brunch for family and guests, I know you will agree we need to make brunch simple, practical and most importantly, a brunch to remember!
Christmas brunch is probably the most popular holiday brunch next to Easter. And what better way to serve your guests on Christmas day with one these delicious treats for a cozy breakfast on Christmas morning!
Need an easy seafood dish to prepare? Here are 12 easy seafood recipes for you to try! These are all true and tried recipes. Take a look and see if any of our 12 easy seafood recipes will inspire you to make this holiday season.
Chocolate Dipped Apricots are a delicious way to make holiday candy! Dried apricots are dipped in dark and white chocolate and coated with crushed walnuts, shredded coconut, and colorful sprinkles. These are probably the easiest candy or treats you’ll make this holiday season! A festive candy you can eat and indulge without guilt, and will leave you craving for more!
Roasted Asparagus with Prosciutto and Cheese are thin asparagus spears, wrapped in crispy prosciutto with melted Swiss cheese roasted to perfection, makes this a divine dish to serve anytime.
This is an easy appetizer to make for the holidays. Using a cured meat such as prosciutto along with Swiss cheese melted inside, addsamazing flavors to the asparagus; we like to call these “asparagus rollatini.”
Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese makes a wonderful dish during the winter months. Every now and then we crave for a dish of mac and cheese, only this one is even better. Oh, and it’s positively delicious. It contains 2 kinds of cheeses, one pound of butternut squash, and it’s made on stove-top! The butternut squash is completely melted and hidden in this mac and cheese making it smooth and creamy.
Snow Ball Christmas Cookies and Online Cookie Exchange. These buttery snow ball cookies, also known as Russian tea cakes or pecan meltaway cookies, are the ultimate melt-in-your-mouth cookies! Loaded with crushed pecans and rolled in powdered sugar, makes them one of our favorite cookies during Christmas season.
For as long as we I can remember, my girls have always called these small buttery cookies the ‘Snow Ball Christmas Cookies.’ The name evolved from the popular Disney movie at that time ‘Snow White,’ which all little girls loved. Nowadays, all the little girls, including my granddaughter are into the current Disney movie ‘Frozen.’ Continue Reading…
Chicken Pot Pie Without Pie Crust is made with boneless chicken tenders quickly sauteed and simmered with a mixture of fresh and frozen vegetables, gravy and chicken broth. This is our classic Chicken Pot Pie, but without the pie crust. A delicious home-style meal that requires ONE skillet and is ready in 30 minutes, helps get dinner to the table fast! Continue Reading…
Baked Flounder Filet Oreganata – Lightened! Flounder filet is a white fish, that has a soft, flaky moist texture that melts in your mouth with every bite when it’s baked in a bath of wine and lemon juices. Flounder Filet Oreganata is our moms recipe which we lightened up to reduce some of the fat and calories.
Mom’s Sunday Meatballs happens to be the BEST meatballs you will ever taste! Her meatballs are made with lean ground beef, a loaf of old bread, eggs, cheese and seasonings. Then fried before they go into a pot of simmering tomato sauce. Every meatball is super moist, soft and delicious with every bite.