Gingerbread is the quintessential Christmas treat, with its spicy sweetness. Gingerbread itself can be hard to make but adding the flavors of gingerbread to Rice Krispie treats is simple. These festive gingerbread Rice Krispie treats feature all the classic gingerbread flavors with only a handful of extra ingredients. The result? Seriously adorable gingerbread men Rice Krispie treats you will want on your holiday dessert table.
Long maligned, sprouts have been given new life in recent years. These Cream Braised Brussels Sprouts are the best version we’ve discovered to send out as an emissary to the world. Pan roasted, simmered in cream until fork tender, and finished off with a dash of lemon juice, salt, and some pepper- they’re a magical side dish made in a sauce pan.
Snowball cookies are a buttery festive cookie perfect for the Christmas season. While traditional snowball cookies are fun for Christmas on their own, you can really play up these festive cookies by making them peppermint snowball cookies and turning them into the perfect cookie for Christmas parties and to leave for Santa on Christmas eve.
Not only are these peppermint snowball cookies super festive, they are incredibly easy to make with only a small handful of ingredients and no decorating needed.
Step away from the boxed stuff, a quick & easy homemade version is simpler than you think. Savory Bundt Pan Stuffing takes all the classic flavors you love, adds in a little bit of bacon, and stuffs them into a buttered bundt pan. Baked to golden brown perfection, it’s turned out onto a plate, topped with more bacon, and served to the ultimate enjoyment of just about everyone.
Breakfast, lunch, or Christmas dinner- if you’ve ever had Halupki Stuffed Cabbage Rolls you’ll agree the traditional Eastern European dish could be eaten for all three. A blend of beef, sausage, & rice is stuffed into tender cabbage leaves and baked in and drizzled with a sweet, soupy tomato sauce.
Holiday Nutella haystack cookies make the perfect sweet and slightly salty cookie this season. You don’t have to fuss with the oven in order to enjoy these festive no bake cookies.
Quick & easy for Thanksgiving dinner, this Instant Pot herbed turkey gravy is a foolproof gravy recipe that is chock full of flavor. The fresh flavors of rosemary and thyme make this gravy the perfect topper to mounds of fluffy mashed potatoes, stuffing, and of course turkey. Better yet? This luscious gravy is ready to go in under ten minutes and you won’t have to break a sweat stirring to make sure it is perfectly lump free.
Quick & easy, but holiday themed, this Cranberry Donut Bread Pudding is just what the chef ordered. It’s an easy breakfast or brunch, and your family would be hard pressed to believe you that it’s studded with seasonal favorites.
Do you love salt & vinegar chips? Crisps? Are you looking for a new way to up your side dish game? These Crisp Salt & Vinegar Potatoes are a fun new way to revive the tried and true stand- alone potato.
Thanksgiving is nearly here and that means the holiday season is the air. Nothing says holiday quite like the festive, minty flavor of candy canes. Our candy cane milkshakes are an easy, cool dessert treat, perfect to help you ring in the most wonderful time of the year.
With limited prep and just a handful of ingredients, you can be enjoying a candy cane milkshake that is so deliciously minty and creamy that it could be served in your favorite ice cream shop.