Christmas Recipe Round-Up

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It is finally starting to feel like the holidays around here. We got some snow yesterday, presents are wrapped, and of course our kitchen is filled with Christmas cookies:) My family will be arriving soon and I can’t wait to relax and enjoy the holiday. We always watch movies and spend lots of time in the kitchen. Today we are sharing our favorite Christmas recipes. Hopefully, you will find a few to make this weekend. We are hosting Christmas brunch and dinner, so I better get busy!

Christmas Breakfast/Brunch Recipes

Christmas Cookies/Treats
For Christmas dinner we always have a nice spread that usually consists of ham, my dad’s potato rolls, salads, sides, and Vegetable Tortellini Soup. Kind of a random menu, but we like it:) We try to have something for everyone at our feast:) And we always have Christmas cookies, a galette, and ice cream for dessert. We try to keep it simple so we can just enjoy they day and focus on the true meaning of Christmas.

We hope your final hours until Santa comes are stress free! Remember to enjoy the holiday season because it will be gone before we know it. Happy cooking and baking and don’t forget to enter our KitchenAid 7-Quart Mixer Giveaway! Today is the LAST day to enter so hurry!

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I'm Maria and my husband is Josh. We share a love of cooking, baking, and entertaining. We enjoy creating recipes that are simple, fresh, and family friendly. We love sitting around the table with good food, good conversation, and good friends and family! Our kitchen is always open!
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Christmas Recipe Round-Up

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  1. Your dinner sounds yummy to me. Your dads rolls! I must make! Merry christmas;). Feels like it has all new meaning with the baby, doesnt it?

  2. The brie, the red velvet cookies, all these ideas…yum.

    Merry Christmas to the THREE of you this year 🙂

  3. Everything sounds so yummy! Also, I’ve made a few of those cookies already so I have a head start to this list!!

  4. sounds delicious. the red velvet cheesecake cookies, definitely worth a try. cant wrong with the word cheesecake in it.

  5. Just what I needed since I am regrettably a last minute person. Thank you for rescuing me with this perfect recipe solution — especially the Christmas appetizers. Your selection is exquisite.

  6. You have fantastic recipes..Thank You for sharing w/us ..
    How do you keep up-youve got so much going on..
    Merry Christmas..:)

  7. I like Two Peas and their Pod on Facebook! and my favorite xmas cookie is homemade sugar rolled ginger snaps!! 🙂 Happy Holidays!!

  8. I thought Oatmeal Cookies with Pecan Pieces was my favorite Christmas cookie until I tasted your Red Velvet Cheesecake Cookies!

  9. Have a very, merry Christmas with your new “addition.” You will never look at Christmas the same way again!

  10. Merry christmas, maria! Your menu sounds splendid. I definitely wish I were having that soup now that you reminded me of it!

  11. Thanks for all these superb recipes. I will be making Puppy Chow tomorrow (my family calls it Muddy Buddies) and now I will also be making Poppy Chow – this means a trip to the grocery store for more peanut butter, but if I get up early and make a quick run it won’t be too crowded, right? Enjoy Christmas, and your family!

  12. This was so handy to have around during the holidays. We tried lime coconut snowballs…my dad’s new fave, and baked eggnog french toast which is all I will think about now that I’ve started a new year diet, lol. You’re amazing and I’m so thankful blogging has led me to you!

    1. So glad you are enjoying our recipes! I am happy the blog world has led me to your site as well. You are amazing! Hopefully we can meet in real life and soon:) Happy New Year to you!