Presents are cool and all, but for me, the holidays are all about cooking. There’s nothing like spending time with your family in the kitchen, especially when it’s cold outside! Here are five dishes you can make together this season:
For Breakfast on Christmas Morning
You can’t go wrong with bacon, sausage and cheese. My kids love these savory muffins, and they’re one of my favorite breakfasts too. Try my recipe for Omelet Muffins.
A Sweet Treat for Christmas Eve
For a fun afternoon baking project, make my peppermint brownies. You can also follow my DIY instructions to make a Christmas Eve gift for the neighbors. Get the recipe and DIY instructions for Peppermint Brownies.
For a Christmas Day Side Dish
Your kids may want to turn this side dish into a main dish, so make sure you sneak some greens onto their plates. Get my recipe for Gourmet Mac ‘N Cheese.
For Christmas Day Dessert
This marbled pumpkin cheesecake is a winner and it looks impressive on a cake stand or on a plate. Get the recipe for Marbled Pumpkin Cheesecake.
For New Year’s Day Dinner
Beef Bourguignon is the perfect stick to your ribs comfort food for a cold winter day. Try making it on New Year’s Day for a nourishing, low-key meal. It’s also great for using up leftover veggies. Here’s my recipe for the classic French Beef Bourguignon.
What are some of your favorite holiday dishes? Tell me which ones I should try in the comments below.