The holidays aren’t just close they are HERE!! Still need to figure out what to make and need something simple and easy? See below because I’ve gathered 15 easy holiday recipes including an entire holiday brunch.
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Party in Five: Belgian Waffle Bar Holiday Brunch
Why not change things up and have a holiday brunch instead of dinner?
Easy cheese, fresh fruit & salty cracker appetizer
Pick out some gourmet cheeses and bright beautiful fruit in different colors along with salty crackers, put on a platter and done! Not only does it look pretty but the simple bites will keep your guests from getting full before the main course.
Roasted Butternut Squash and Black Bean Enchiladas
For a Latin twist on the holidays that is also comforting! I’ve made this for my family during the week and they love it.
Taming Brussels Sprouts Braised with Cream and Sweet Dates
This is a new way to put a gourmet (but easy) twist on an old classic.
Algonquin Bar Punch
Easy, tasty and pretty plus you always have to have that perfect punch to put out.
Chicken and Broccoli Crescent Wreath
This dish can be an appetizer or main course and it’s so pretty and festive!
Mocha Chocolate Sauce with Pound Cake
Elegant and easy dessert that looks pretty and is packed with great flavor. Be sure to serve some whipped cream and fresh berries on top for the final touch.
Festive snowman cheese ball
Now who doesn’t think he’s the cutest thing that you can decorate the table with that is also a yummy treat?? I love this idea!
Raspberry Balsamic Chicken
A fruity twist on chicken that is also easy. Don’t let the main course stress you out!
Simple Scalloped Potatoes
Gotta have a good go to side and everyone loves cheesy potatoes.
Eton Mess Dessert Recipe
Making individual desserts gives a personal touch to the end of the meal and you can make these ahead of time and store in your fridge.
Roasted Beef Tenderloin with Roasted Pepper and Black Olive Sauce
You can never go wrong with beef tenderloin. It’s a very savory and soft cut of beef and the black olive sauce makes it more gourmet.
Frozen Maple-Mousse Pie with Candied Cranberries
Another great make ahead dessert!
Chocolate Mousse Torte
I’ve made this 3 times including the SavingStar holiday party. Takes a while to set but is really easy and also is a great make-ahead dessert so you have one less thing to do!
Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate
What’s Christmas without a warm cup of hot cocoa? Salted caramel will make this extra special.
Pin these Holiday recipes along with a bunch of other favorites on our Pinterest board!