Holidays - Christmas
Christmas is here! We know you’ve got a lot going on this holiday season, so we’ve compiled the best Christmas recipes, videos, tips, and traditions for you. Whether you are planning a holiday party, looking for a fun cookie to make with your kids, or want to find the perfect gift for a foodie, you can find everything you need here.
This savory bread pudding is a festive breakfast for Christmas morning.
These meatballs are simple to throw together and stay warm for a party.
Martha created a gingerbread-likeness of the Grantham family home!
Chocolate salami is a very easy 'no-bake' dessert and makes a great DIY present.
This dessert potstickers recipe features a sweet filling that can vary to your taste.
Forget Jell-O mix from a box! With just three ingredients, you can make your own jelly.
Sangria is a no-fuss drink you can prepare quickly for large gatherings.
Tourtière is a traditional Québecois meat pie enveloped in a buttery pie crust.
This French toast is as decadent as can be, but indulgences are welcomed during holidays.
These shortbread cookies feature ground pistachios and a sweet cardamom fragrance.
Alfajores are a traditional Latin American cookie reminiscent of a dulce de leche flavor.
Satsuma oranges are sweet and seedless, which creates a fragrant cocktail.
Whip out some perfect Christmas cookies for Santa Claus with your children.
Survive the holiday season with our planning checklist, gift guide, and holiday recipes.
Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian, shares some delicious vegan holiday dishes.
From polar bears to melting snowmen to fainting candy, check out our list of favorite ads.
With so much focus on holiday menu planning, don't forget the real main feature - drinks!
Holiday parties can be overwhelming, but the key to a cocktail party is to keep it simple.
Consider homemade edible gifts to avoid spending too much on holiday presents.
Get easy pie recipes with seasonal ingredients for your holiday dessert table.
Your holiday menu will involve a lot of cooking, so why not have some tools to help out?