Recipes for Christmas – Breakfast, Brunch, Dinner, Sweets and Gifts to Share


If you’re still looking for recipes to make this season, this post is for you.  I’ve gathered Holiday recipes from the blog that my family loves and that have been popular for years here on the blog. You know me, so none of these recipes are super complicated to make. I love cooking but I don’t want to spend all my time over the holidays in the kitchen, and so I like to keep it relatively simple. christmasround-up

There are ideas for creating a delightful Christmas breakfast, easy ideas for Dinner menus, perfect side dishes, and lots of yummy sweet treats to make and to share. There’s even some no-bake treats that I love whipping up as gifts for my neighbors and friends over the holidays!

If you want more Christmas recipes, see the 2009 Big List of Holiday Food.

Breakfast and Brunch


Dinner Side Dishes

Sweets and Treats

For Giving

The 2009 Big List of Holiday Food includes recipes for our family favorites: Peanut Butter Balls, Mocha Fudge, and Toffee as well as lots of other deliciousness.

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  1. What is that picture on the top? It looks wonderful! Thanks for all the links!

    • Debbi, the top photo is Apples and Cranberries Baked in a Pumpkin. The link is in the list. It is sooo good. I hope I’ll be able to find a pie pumpkin because I want to make it on Christmas day.


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