Serve your family a special holiday treat this season. We have cooked up some amazing Christmas dinner recipes that everyone will love!
We have a succulent prime rib roast, a fresh green bean casserole that is even better then the one Mom used to make, the secret to making perfect mashed potatoes and a bread that is to die for!
Finish everything off with a couple of unbelievable sweet treats, sit back and enjoy all the kudos you are sure to receive. Enjoy!
delicious christmas dinner recipes
not your mama’s side dish
You probably grew up eating green bean casserole during the holidays and there is no way you can leave it off the menu! We updated the classic recipe with fresh green beans and we doubled-up on the yummy French’s Fried Onions!
(mostly) guilt-free & heaven-sent
Make sure your guests leave enough room in their bellies for our low-fat cheesecake, topped with a pomegranate and chocolate ganache. Serve alongside a glass of red wine and dinner is done!
brie-zy does it
Our recipe for baked brie with apricot chutney is one of those appetizers that looks gourmet and super hard to make, yet it is one of the easiest things you can bring to the party! It’s an alternative to the usual cheese dips and will take your taste buds on a wild adventure.
blessed be thy bread
Yes, you’ll have to wait for the yeast to rise, but apparently Greek Christmas bread will bring tidings of good fortune to your family in the new year. Blessed or not, this bread is sweet and amazing and well worth the extra time!
the prime of life
Our prime rib roast is crispy and salty on the outside and juicy and mouthwatering on the inside. It may take a little bit of time, patience and a few extra bucks, but the results are well worth it!
I smash, you mash
Everyone knows how to make mashed potatoes, but how many people actually make them perfect every time with no lumps and an unbelievably creamy texture? With this recipe, you will!
visions of caramel
Send your taste buds into a frenzy with these salty, sweet, crunchy and smooth salted caramel pretzel bites. Bake tons of them to hand out to your neighbors and co-workers or just hide them in your pantry for when that sweet tooth hits hard.