Madison Senior Center Holiday Recipes 2020
Peanut Butter Kiss Cookies
Hanukkah Air Fryer Donuts
Carmel Apple Bark
Apple Biscuits with Honey Butter Glaze
Rudolph Raindeer Cookies
Spinach Artichoke Chicken Casserole
Chicken Noodle Casserole
Christmas Tree Brownies
Peanut Butter Kiss CookiesGrowing up my mum baked a lot over the holiday season says Terri Marsh. These were by far one of my favorites and they are so easy! Still to this day a go-to recipe for me to share with others and make in the chilly winter months.
Santa PancakeAdd some fun to your morning with these Santa look-alike pancakes from Marlene Hardick!
Ranch DipThe following is one of our favorite dips says, Joan Murray! Great veggie or chip dip & yummy on a hot baked potato.
Shrimp AppitizerThis Shrimp App from Kathy Seifert is delicious and easy with just a few quick steps. Serve with crackers and enjoy!
Hanukkah Air Fryer DonutsA traditional dessert shared by Lyn Fried and eaten during Hanukkah, light and fluffy doughnuts filled with jam. They're usually deep-fried to honor the oil that miraculously burned in the ancient temple of Jerusalem. If you're looking to make them with less oil and less mess, this recipe will help you do so. Thanks to the air fryer, they have all of the flavor and texture of the traditional Hanukkah treat with fewer calories and grams of fat. While these aren’t fried in oil, they are brushed with some before being cooked in the air fryer, so you can continue to honor the tradition.
Carmel Apple BarkEnjoying this gooey caramel apple bark is sure to give you feelings of fall and added bonus: it makes your home smell amazing! Warning: those with sensitive teeth or dental equipment try with caution
Apple Biscuits with Honey Butter GlazeFluffy biscuits studded with fresh apples that are just the right amount of sweet
Rudolph Raindeer CookiesWith a bright red M&M nose, this Rudolph Peanut Butter Cookie Recipe is easy to identify as Santa's lead reindeer!
Spinach Artichoke Chicken CasseroleThis Healthy Spinach Artichoke Chicken Casserole is total comfort food. It’s easy to make, packed with protein, brimming with spinach and artichoke hearts, and full of flavor!
Chicken Noodle CasseroleChicken Noodle Casserole- a delicious casserole dinner that is full of egg noodles, chicken, veggies, and a flavorful sauce! You can also premake and freeze for use later.
Christmas Tree BrowniesThese brownies make me SO HAPPY! Is there anything more delicious than the combination of peppermint and chocolate? Particularly when there are icing and sprinkles involved? I didn’t think so. It’s pretty much guaranteed to brighten your day taken from Debbie Chapman's webpage.
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A resource for participants at the Madison Senior Center in Wisconsin to try new recipes submitted to our exchange program in December of 2020!