2020 CoL Holiday Cookbook
Slovak Nut Roll Cookie
Tahini, Feta & Pomegranate Brussels Sprouts Recipe
Lobster Stuffed Beef Tenderloin
Earl Grey (or Chai) Shortbread Cookies
Tater Tot Hotdish
Chocolate Revel Bars
Chocolate Turtle Waffle Cookies
Easy Apple Crisp
Great Grandma Humphreys' Caramel Cake
MELIKA'S FAMILY MAC AND CHEESE
Cranberry- Raspberry- Pineapple Jell-O
Pigs in a Blanket
Crab Rangoon Dip with Wonton Chips
Crockpot Cheesy Potatoes
Lasagna Roll Ups
Cranberry Date Oat Bars with Vanilla Glaze
Zesty Lemon Zahtar Soup
Spinach Artichoke Dip
Bread and Butter Pudding with Strawberries
Mashed Sweet Potatoes
Buffalo Chicken Meatballs with Blue Cheese Dip
Mother Orr's Vegetable Casserole
Pecan Caramel Rolls
One Pot Creamy Mushroom & Chicken Pasta
Tahini, Feta & Pomegranate Brussels Sprouts RecipeThis is a beautiful side dish to compliment any holiday table.
Earl Grey (or Chai) Shortbread CookiesThey're not traditional, but I've been making these cookies for the holidays for years and they're always a big hit! The original recipe is from Food Network, but I've tweaked the methodology a bit. I've also noted alternate ingredients to make a chai version, which many people like more than the original! Submitted by: "Lauren Merriam"
Cranberry TrifleI found this recipe on SpendwithPennies.com (great site!) I first made this for our work holiday party, and let me tell you it did not disappoint! Many request for the recipe and now it's all yours. This is really easy and fun to make. This delicious trifle has the sweet, tart, fluffy and creamy mixture you'll just love. I hope you enjoy it! Submitted by: "Stephanie Styron-Bean"
Herbed CornIt's a staple for every holiday feast at our house. YUM! Submitted by: "Angela Wangbichler"
Tater Tot HotdishEasily substitute ingredients. Add canned vegies if desired. Don't have tater tots? Use crushed potato chips as the topper. Use cooked shredded chicken instead of hamburger. You get the picture.... Submitted by: "Sally Vlietstra"
Easy Apple CrispDisclaimer: This is my own recipe and I pretty much wing it, so instructions are approximate. Submitted by: "Stephanie Curry"
Great Grandma Humphreys' Caramel CakeOriginal recipe from Mrs. ViEdna Henderson Humphreys of Wingo, Kentucky Submitted by: "Stephanie Curry"
MELIKA'S FAMILY MAC AND CHEESEThis is my Grandmother Armour's family recipe that always gets rave reviews and there are NEVER any leftovers. I have added Lobster and Crabmeat to this to make it seafood Mac substituting Old Bay for the seasoning. Many Variations and Cheeses you can substitute. The one Cheese I ALWAYS use is Cracker Barrel Extra Sharp the rest is negotiable...LOL Submitted by: "Melika Harris-Martin"
Cranberry- Raspberry- Pineapple Jell-OThis recipe was my mothers<3 This recipe is a great side dish or as a dessert:) Submitted by: "Stephanie Styron-Bean"
Crab Rangoon Dip with Wonton ChipsThis is a great dip with an easy to follow recipe for when you're looking for something different to make. I do recommend making a double batch because it will be gone quickly! Submitted by: "Haylee Podrasky"
Crockpot Cheesy PotatoesCrockpot Cheesy Potatoes are the perfect easy side dish to your next family dinner. Just dump, cook, and enjoy some cheesy tender potatoes for your next meal or holiday gathering Submitted by: "Nicole Gabridge"
Lasagna Roll UpsThese lasagna roll ups are delicious and very easy to put together. They are great to make a batch and eat all week as they reheat nicely! You can also freeze them without the cheese and thaw out before baking. Submitted by: "Nicole Gabridge"
Oreo TrufflesThis is a yummy bite of chocolate. It's very easy to make. I have found that using a good chocolate for dipping can make a big different and have been using Ghirardelli dark chocolate chips. I found the recipe on Pinterest but am unable to find the original post. Submitted by: "Kate Shaughnessy"
Cranberry Date Oat Bars with Vanilla GlazeA delicious bar for the holiday season. My family thought they were better a day or two after baking as they softened up a bit. A few notes: - I plan to add some cinnamon to the crust next time I make it. Will probably start with 1 teaspoon and see how it works. - Be sure the line the pan with parchment paper. Since the pan is ungreased it was challenging to get the bars out. - The crust is very versatile. I think a nice date filling would work too. Submitted by: "Kate Shaughnessy"
Zesty Lemon Zahtar SoupThis vegetarian soup is zesty, tangy, and healthy. It can be made vegan easily and makes for great leftovers. You can make this soup your own with various ingredients. The key ingredients that make this soup spectacular are the Zesty Lemon seasoning, the Zahtar seasoning, and feta (sold as a block in brine). Prioritize these three ingredients above all others! I tend to cook on instinct, so the vegetables and protein I use vary with every batch, but the seasoning and feta are a constant that always make the soup positively divine. It's also super convenient, as you can have the soup done in 25 minutes, serve to the whole family, or make a big batch to eat yourself as leftovers all week! Submitted by: "Charlie Larson"
Spinach Artichoke DipSpinach artichoke dip with mozzarella and parmesan Submitted by: "Brian Storey"
Bread and Butter Pudding with StrawberriesBread and butter pudding with strawberries Submitted by: "Brian Storey"
Mother Orr's Vegetable CasseroleThis is a favorite holiday recipe for my family. Submitted by: "Teresa Orr"
Pecan Caramel RollsPecan Caramel Rolls are sweet, sticky and oh so yummy! Submitted by: "Suzanne Peterson"
Holiday CheerBrought this to a holiday party several years ago and its now requested at every party. Very light, not too sweet. I make it with a Moscato Asti, original recipe called for champagne. Submitted by: "Tracy Maikrzek"
One Pot Creamy Mushroom & Chicken PastaThis is very easy to make. It makes a big batch so there is plenty leftover to share or freeze. Submitted by: "Tracy Maikrzek"
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