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    Your Ultimate Guide to What to Eat This Christmas

    Between a holiday feast, a festive Christmas morning brunch, and tasty gifts to give to your loved ones, the Christmas holidays are most definitely food-centric.

    If you’ve been struggling to think of the best dishes and drinks to serve, don’t fear! We have found our favorites from around the internet to keep you full and happy throughout the rest of December.


    Sweet and savory or a creamy and salty taste of the sea, these appetizer recipes will wow your guests while you wait for dinner. Show up to your next party with a tray of these sweet bacon wrapped dates or a holiday brie paired with puff pastry and cranberries to wow your friends.

    Warm Drinks

    Cozy holiday drinks are an essential part of everyone’s festivities. Check out these options for drinkers and non-drinkers to warm up with this season.


    Whip up a pitcher of a signature cocktail or try your hand at perfecting your martini this year. The holidays are a great time to try out the best in festive drinks.

    Side Dishes

    Leave the turkey, ham, or Christmas goose to the host. Arrive with a show stopping side dish and everyone will go back for seconds. Martha Stewart wows with her ultimate macaroni and cheese while vegetables are given an elegant makeover your fellow diners will adore.


    Brunch in your pajamas is the only way to spend Christmas morning. Have dessert for breakfast with these no knead cinnamon rolls, or prepare a savory strata ahead of time and pop it in the oven for a delicious all-in-one breakfast dish.


    Everyone saves room for dessert around the holidays. Serve up these tasty dishes at your next party to impress your guests with something comforting and inventive.

    Food Gifts

    Everyone receives tins of cookies this time of year. Do something different by giving your friends a batch of tasty frozen break and bake cookies they can save for later or a beautiful jar of homemade vinaigrette to adorn their salads. Thinking outside of the box is a great way to spoil your loved ones with food gifts.

    What are your favorite holiday foods? Are you planning on trying out something new this year? We’d love to hear from you!

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