All Holiday Recipes

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  • Butternut Squash with Browned Butter and Thyme
    50 min
    Gluten-Free, Vegetarian
    Butternut squash cubes, seared in brown butter, tossed with thyme. Easy Thanksgiving stovetop side! The browned butter brings out the most amazing flavor in the butternut squash.
  • Broiled Lobster Tail With Brown Sauce
    45 min
    Gluten-Free, Low Carb
    Throwing a fancy party? Broiled Lobster Tail should definitely be on the menu. This step-by-step guide will show you exactly what to do. Serve with an easy brown butter and toasted hazelnut sauce!
  • Roast beef Tenderloin
    1 hr
    Gluten-Free, Low Carb, Paleo
    Roast Beef Tenderloin, seared then oven roasted, served with mushrooms sautéed in the pan drippings with butter and herbs.
  • Cranberry Apple Stuffed Pork Loin
    1 hr, 25 min
    We LOVE this pork loin roast stuffed with chopped apples, walnuts and cranberries. So festive, perfect for holiday entertaining!
  • Roast Beef
    4 hrs, 35 min
    Gluten-Free, Low Carb, Paleo
    Classic roast beef recipe using rump roast, round roast, or sirloin tip. This slow roasting method at low heat is good for tougher cuts of beef; the lower heat prevents any gristle from getting too tough.
  • Sausage Breakfast Casserole
    1 hr, 25 min
    EASY sausage breakfast casserole! Made with eggs, sharp cheddar cheese, cubed day old bread, and Italian pork sausage. Perfect brunch casserole.
  • Duchess Potatoes
    55 min
    Gluten-Free
    Classic Duchess potatoes, mashed with butter, nutmeg and cream, then baked until the tops are golden brown.
  • Roast Turkey
    4 hrs, 15 min
    Gluten-Free, Low Carb, Paleo
    My mother's tried and true roast turkey recipe. How to cook a turkey for Thanksgiving. Best way? Roast it Breast-side Down!
  • Baked Brie
    35 min
    Easiest baked brie EVER! Brie cheese topped with jam, wrapped in puff pastry or crescent roll dough, and baked until melty. Delicious!
  • Best Garlic Bread EVER on a round plate
    18 min
    Here's how to make the BEST garlic bread! Two classic garlic bread methods: toasted and crisped under the broiler, the other soft from being wrapped in aluminum foil and heated in the oven.
  • Vegetarian Lasagna
    2 hrs, 5 min
    Vegetarian
    Vegetarian Lasagna to feed a crowd! This one is filled with meaty shiitake and cremini mushrooms, spinach, and ricotta and Mozzarella cheeses. Your vegetarian and meat-eating guests will fight for seconds.
  • Easy Peanut Butter Cookies on a serving plate
    3 hrs, 40 min
    These are the best peanut butter cookies ever! Use your favorite store-brand peanut butter and a combination of white and brown sugar. For the best cookie shape, let the dough chill for at least three hours before baking.
  • Beef Roulades with Walnut Parsley Pesto
    1 hr, 5 min
    Gluten-Free, Low Carb
    Flank steak pounded and stuffed with pesto, wrapped in bacon, rolled into a roulade or pinwheel and roasted.
  • bacon wrapped pork loin served on platter with apples
    40 min
    Bacon-wrapped pork tenderloin stuffed with apples, onions, and herbs! Fancy enough for a dinner party, but easy to make. Ready in under 60 minutes.
  • Walnut Snowball Cookies
    45 min
    These festive holiday Snowball Cookies are made with finely chopped walnuts, flour, and vanilla, then rolled into balls and dusted with powdered sugar. They freeze well and ship well, too!
  • Easy focaccia bread with rosemary baked and cooling on a cooling rack
    4 hrs, 50 min
    Homemade focaccia is simply the BEST! It's easy to make, but be sure to give yourself the afternoon. You'll be rewarded with a rich, rosemary-scented bread that feeds a crowd. Serve as an appetizer or as a side with soup, roasts, or braises.
  • Best fruit cake on a serving platter
    2 hrs, 15 min
    This easy Christmas fruitcake is perfect for the holidays. It's light, tender, and full of dried fruits and nuts. Sprinkle the loaf with brandy, or leave it out! Either way, this fruit cake is a welcome addition to the holiday table.
  • Hoppin John
    1 hr
    Hoppin' John! A classic Southern dish to celebrate New Year's. The black-eyed peas are for good fortune in the coming year.

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