Easy to make ahead of time, these simple mashed potatoes will be the most popular dish on your dinner table.
Tag: Holiday Recipes
This delicious soup uses the leftover ham from your holiday dinner and is mixed together with lots of delicious vegetables.
This salted nut brittle is a combination of sweet and salty and is hands-down the best homemade candy you can make.
These cheesy pancetta green beans are delicious, quick and easy for a weeknight meal.
Tender broccoli is steamed then smothered in a creamy cheddar and Parmesan cheese sauce and topped with buttery Ritz crackers.
Three ingredients and a few hours are all you need to make delicious chocolate peanut butter fudge.
Traditional pecan pie is kicked up a notch with a punch of bourbon and the sweetness of dark chocolate. Serve this dessert for Thanksgiving and Kentucky Derby Day!
These sweet and spicy churro almonds will remind you of summer fun at the local fair.
Roasted turkey just isn’t complete without a rich giblet gravy to go with it.
Sweet summer corn and cornbread are mixed together for a creamy pudding or casserole that is a must on any holiday table.
Every year I happily volunteer to bring the salad when we celebrate holidays with family. This super simple yet delicious Autumn Pear Salad with a Citrus Dressing is a winner on any dinner table.
Salty and sweet with a kick. This pear and butternut squash salad is a favorite winter side dish and it’s perfect for lunch or any holiday get together.
Delicious, melt in your mouth cookies that reminds me of snowballs. The powdered sugar coating, the crumbly texture, the homegrown pecans…these cookies are a delight any time of the year.
Perfect with any dinner, Hasselback potatoes are crispy on the edges yet creamy in the middle.
This creamed corn with Boursin cheese is made with sweet corn kernels mixed with salty pancetta and dunked in a creamy Boursin cheese sauce. One bite and you’ll think you’ve died and gone to heaven.
Love strawberry preserves?
Then make your own at home using fresh picked juicy strawberries and chia seeds instead of pectin.
A breaded chicken breast stuffed with ham and cheese served alongside roasted Provençal vegetables is an easy dinner that can be served up in under 40 minutes on a busy weeknight.
Keep your plans simple with these delicious sides that serve up beautifully on your dinner table.
Dark Chocolate Panna Cotta with Fresh Blackberries | www,homeandplate.com | It’s a creamy and silky dessert much like custard but more decadent.
My Anjou Pear & Blackberry Salad with a Warm Bacon Vinaigrette is the perfect way to start any holiday meal.
Doesn’t this soup sound delicious? Tender bits of carrot, freshly wilted spinach and juicy meatball morsels with orzo pasta in a flavorful chicken broth.
Get your kids into the Halloween spirit this year by putting them to work in the kitchen. The whole family can help create these fun and delicious graveyard brownies which will be the envy of all the ghouls and goblins in the neighborhood.
You can’t go wrong serving this at the holiday table and you’ll be the talk of dinner. Brussel Sprouts never tasted so good.
Brine and roast your turkey for the juiciest most flavorful showstopper on your holiday table. Get step-by-step instructions and plenty of tips to make your Thanksgiving and Christmas the best meal of the year!