One of the best things about the holidays is the food! These Recipes For The Holiday Season are perfect for when the family gets together.
I have included meal ideas, sweet treats, and some cocktail options in this post so that you are covered for all your needs this holiday season.
Let’s get to the Easy Recipes For The Holiday Season!
To be honest, we weren’t huge pumpkin pie fans until our son, Landen started loving them. He gave one a try a few years ago at Thanksgiving and has been hooked ever since. I always thought they would be hard to make and then I started trying different recipes and found out there are easy ways to make them.
Christmas cookies are great but to be able to make one giant cookie that could feed a crowd can be just what the holiday get-together needs.
This Easy Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie recipe comes from our favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe.
We wanted to see if it would work inside a cast iron skillet as a giant cookie.
SPOILER ALERT! IT DOES!
Quiche is so good around the holidays. If you love easy meals and like quiche, this easy quiche recipe is one your family will love.
You can customize it to what your family likes and use ingredients that you probably already have on hand.
This Overnight French Toast Casserole is a great plan-ahead meal that you can use for your family or feed a crowd if you are having company over.
Whenever I make French toast, I always add cinnamon to the egg batter before I dunk the bread.
I have always done it that way so we had to add it to this recipe.
Sometimes, the holidays call for a margarita. If you can save a few calories and have a skinny version that is even better.
This skinny margarita recipe is so simple and the best part is that you can customize it however you like it.
This Chocolate Banana Bread Recipe is something we have been making for a long time.
I have always made banana bread or banana muffins to freeze so that I wouldn’t have to throw out the over-ripe bananas. I hate throwing away food. This is a great recipe to make and have on hand for guests who may stop by around the holidays.
You could put these on a stick, but we feel like cake pops are hard to eat sometimes and since these get eaten so fast around here, it is just easier to omit the stick and pop them in your mouth. 🙂
We are getting back to the basics. Tis’ the season for parties, gatherings, and special meals. I love trying new recipes, but I also have to serve my favorite recipes when certain people are coming to our home. These 3 Ingredient Slow Cooker Meatballs are one of those recipes. They are so easy to make and they are always the first things that are gone.
Can we talk about smoked salmon for a minute? The first time I tried it I fell in love with it. It is great on its own and then I tried it with goat cheese and fell even more in love. When I was thinking about this post, it was a great excuse to prepare a light and easy gathering for a couple of my favorite people and a yummy Smoked Salmon Dill Spread for tea sandwiches and crackers would be the perfect thing to make.
It’s cocktail time! This time of year gets me excited to make fall drinks and cook and bake fall food. This Best Moscow Mule Recipe is something I tried at a local restaurant. I liked that is was refreshing and not overly sweet. If you like the original Moscow Mule, you will love this fall version because it has a hint of fall flavors that really makes it perfect for this time of year.
I hope these recipes give you some easy ideas to serve this holiday season.
Want to find more easy ideas for the holidays, head to my YouTube channel HERE where I post new ideas every week!
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