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Ginger, vanilla, and molasses make these dark pancakes taste like gingerbread! These breakfast and brunch recipes just might tempt your little elves away from the presents. By Allrecipes. Best Chocolate Chip Cookies.
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These classic sugar cookies are great for cookie-cutting and decorating during the holidays or anytime you feel festive. Mom's Zucchini Bread. A moist and delicious zucchini bread flavored with walnuts and cinnamon. Easy to bake and freeze, this recipe makes two loaves. By v monte. Janet's Rich Banana Bread. Sour cream guarantees a moist and tender loaf. And bananas are sliced instead of mashed in this recipe, giving a concentrated banana taste in every bite. By vjonsson. Too Much Chocolate Cake. Start with a box of chocolate cake mix and add a few ingredients like sour cream and chocolate chips to make a moist, intensely-flavored chocolate cake that will win you First Prize from your friends and family.
By Denise. Taco Seasoning I. Chili powder, cumin, paprika, and a few other easy-to-find spices make up this taco mix recipe. Cheaper than packaged versions! Easy Sugar Cookies. Quick and easy sugar cookies! Terrific plain or with candies in them. This recipe uses basic ingredients you probably already have. By Stephanie. Chantal's New York Cheesecake. Why go to the Cheesecake Factory to get a taste of this favorite dessert when you can make your own cheesecake at home with this recipe?
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By Esther Nelson. Beth's Spicy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies. Get the recipe: Cider-Roasted Vegetables. A creamy, comforting gratin is just the thing to warm up your holiday table. This recipe calls for ham, but you can easily skip it to make the dish vegetarian. The cauliflower bakes in the dairy-heavy sauce in the oven until meltingly tender, while a topping of bread crumbs adds a little texture and crunch.
Get the recipe: Cauliflower and Ham Gratin. With the bright red of the grape tomatoes, this dish even looks festive. It has a nice sharpness and bite to it, thanks to the shallots and briny capers, which makes it a refreshing addition on the table to cut through the richer dishes. Make sure to use a decent drinking wine for the recipe, and feel free to serve the rest of the bottle with dinner or treat the cook to a glass before the holiday guests arrive. Get the recipe: for Sauteed Tomatoes and Shallots. Rich with cream, potato gratin is a special-occasion recipe in all meanings of the phrase.
Toss peeled, sliced potatoes in a mixture of cream, horseradish, and nutmeg, then transfer to a buttered baking dish.
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Cover with foil, bake for 25 minutes, then uncover and bake for another hour or so, until the potatoes are tender and the top is golden brown. Get the recipe: Horseradish Potato Gratin. What feast is complete without a hearty side of mashed potatoes? These are flavored with sour cream and scallions to elevate them without getting overly fancy or complicated.
We like to use red potatoes and leave the skin on to add some color and create a more rustic texture. Start by boiling the potatoes until tender, then mashing with sour cream, milk, and butter until you get just the right consistency. Sprinkle with chopped scallions for a little oniony bite.
With the red-skinned potatoes and the green of the scallions, this dish is appropriately festive for your Christmas celebration. Get the recipe: Sour Cream Mashed Potatoes. After an elaborate holiday meal, you may want a simple finish. You can bake your own cake from scratch or start with your favorite store-bought one your secret is safe with us. Dress up each slice with fresh orange segments and honey, then sprinkle with chopped fresh rosemary before serving for an unexpected savory note.
The fresh citrus will brighten up the buttery cake, while the honey mixed with the orange juice creates a natural sauce to add moisture and subtle sweetness. You can also serve this bread pudding at room temperature, so it would make a sweet addition to a holiday brunch, too. Cut up the croissants, then douse them with a mixture of egg yolks, milk, cream, and sugar, and bake in a dish with the chocolate until set.
Get the recipe: Croissant and Chocolate Bread Pudding. You can never go wrong with serving pie for dessert. The humble apple pie gets a serious upgrade with tangy sour cream, plump raisins, crunchy walnuts, and a cinnamon crumb topping. Start with a homemade dough for the bottom crust, then top it with sliced apples, sugar, cinnamon, sour cream, and raisins. We like to use a combination of apple varieties to get the right balance of sweet and tart.
Spoon the filling into the crust, then sprinkle with chopped walnuts. Top with a buttery cinnamon crumble and bake for about an hour, until the crust is golden brown and the apples are tender. Many cuisines feature some type of a layered custard-and-cake dessert, but this take is closest to the classic English trifle. Refrigerate for a few hours to set, then spoon into small bowls to serve.
Hint: For a holiday-worthy presentation, make the trifle in a large glass serving bowl. Get the recipe: Cherry Trifle. Spoon a portion of apricot preserves into individual parfait glasses, then top with a cookie, some pudding, and more preserves. Finish with a dollop of fresh whipped cream. Feel free to change it up by using different fruit preserves; try cherry or raspberry to add some festive color. Get the recipe: Apricot Parfait. Stir in ripe yet firm sliced bananas to coat them in the butterscotch sauce.