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5 Reviews |  By wizkid

This is a favourite German almondy christmas loaf. It takes a long time to make, but is very easy.

Recipe #106984

Rich, very, very rich. This is an old recipe from the 1700's. Originally, a friend gave me this and swore me to secrecy, but later, I found this same recipe in an old cook book. I would not drink this often, with or without the alcohol! Certainly make sure your guests have a desiginated driver! This is awesome eggnog!

Recipe #282475

A recipe from Kahlua brand coffee liqueur.

Recipe #227166

Just in time for the Holidays, a traditional favorite with a bit of a twist.

Recipe #13108

2 Reviews |  By Geema

Stuffing balls are an interesting departure from the traditional Thanksgiving or Christmas side dish. These balls are delicious and don't take long to make or bake.

Recipe #144960

An adaptation from an old family "Traditional Mincemeat" recipe which was passed down through my Mum's side of the family. This one however is FAT FREE - NO suet or butter and it still KEEPS for up to a year or two; I currently have a jar from 3 years ago which has aged and matured beautifully! I have called it traditional mincemeat as it has all the traditional ingredients apart from the fat and it is VERY EASY to make. I am posting this in early September so it can be made now and allowed to mature ready for Christmas MINCE PIES. Where I have stated rum or brandy, please use any strong liquor that you may have available; it's just that brandy or rum work very nicely with the ingredients. Make some pretty labels, add a paper or fabric lid cover with a ribbon and then hang a pie, scone or cookie cutter from the neck - and voila, a thoughtful home-made gift! N.B. It's the alcohol that keeps this mincemeat, so if you want a non-alcoholic version, I have a traditional suet mincemeat recipe posted, which does not need much if any alcohol - Recipe #257241.

Recipe #184762

These are a different twist on holiday sweet potatoes.

Recipe #191265

I found this recipe by Lisa Renshaw in Cooks Illustrated Magazine. I know my family is going to love this!

Recipe #189811

We have celebrated this pie with Thanksgivings and Christmases for over 40 years! The pie is extremely light and of such a high volume, it looks like clouds. We do not normally put whipped cream on top, as this is truly gilding the lily. But then again, it certainly makes it lush. This pie is just a little different than the others posted here, it is spicier and a little bit sweeter. I count chilling time in the passive time, as well as the cooking time. I start this pie in the morning, so I don't feel rushed. It really does take time for the pie to firm up. I have posted a separate recipe of the Recipe #408669 for anyone who needs more detailed instruction and more pictures.

Recipe #187482

I have been experimenting with cranberries to try and come up with a sauce that has some delightful flavors. I used various combinations of ingredients and woweee, this one so far is the best.

Recipe #190553

1 Reviews |  By Annacia

This is an old recipe and it's not light. It is however the perfect thing if you you want a true old fashioned finish to your Thanksgiving or Christmas meal.

Recipe #186267

This is from the Nutrition Action Newsletter. With approximately 60 calories per 1/4 cup serving and zero fat and only 15 grams Carbohydrates this is a lighter sauce for the holidays. Make it a day or two ahead, and serve it hot or cold.

Recipe #188275

What do you do when you need a holiday dessert and you need it fast? You whip up a moist delicious cake! This is wounderful and you're guests are sure to love this. You can serve ala mode with a dallop of whipped cream.

Recipe #188305

1 Reviews |  By Debber

This is "too good" for kids! If the idea of prunes in a Christmas dessert give you the willies, substitute raisins, figs, dried cranberries or cherries (not all at once, but hey--that might be good!). Works for breakfast, too, for overnight guests during the holidays.

Recipe #186985

Recipe courtesy Paula Deen I made this for thanksgiving and it was scrumptous

Recipe #186052

This salad is always included in our family potlucks or any special occasion. It is just too good to pass up!

Recipe #185927

This delightful recipe is just in time for Christmas. This is NOT for drinking- It just makes your house smell Good !!

Recipe #145563

This pie gets a lot of mmmmm's. It is two separate layers and looks beautiful when sliced. I make it every year for the holidays and family won't accept anything else. easy easy easy and comes out perfect every time

Recipe #76227

This is caramel corn with an holiday twist! It's very addictive! I love making this and putting in small decorative bags and give as gifts to friends and teachers.

Recipe #111867

18 Reviews |  By Lennie

One of my favourites to make during the holidays.

Recipe #12910

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