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Add a touch of sparkle to every special moment of the season-from making hot cocoa together to serving the big meal-for holidays that feel truly magical.
Graham Cracker House(with video)
Here’s a holiday hack we love: Instead of baking gingerbread for houses, use graham crackers. They’re easy to stack, trim, and assemble, so you can get right to decorating. If your kids want to get straight to decorating, use a glue gun for fast assembly but no consuming.
Ginger Beer-Glazed Spiral Ham
If you grew up with cola-glazed hams for the holidays, you’ll love this new version with ginger beer. Fresh sage also flavors the glaze and makes this stunning main dish even more festive.
Easy Yule Log
This showstopping, no-bake holiday dessert couldn’t be easier to make. Chocolate wafers are layered with cream and decorated to look like a classic Yule log.
Buttermilk-Brined Roasted Chicken
An afternoon or overnight soak in buttermilk makes the chicken incredibly juicy and tender when roasted and helps the outside skin turn a rich golden brown.
Candy Cane Hearts and Wreaths
When the holidays leave you with a few too many candy canes, turn them into beautiful decorations. You can use candy canes of any size or color (though we love the red-and-white look).
Spinach and Caramelized Onion Noodle Kugel(with video)
Traditional noodle kugels are sweet, even when served as a side. This version goes savory, with dried onion soup mix for big savory flavor and frozen spinach. Serve with your Hanukkah meal or any time of year.
Harissa-Maple Butternut Squash
Transform butternut squash into a sticky-spicy side with harissa and maple syrup.
Here’s some cookie math we love: One dough plus four different mix-ins equals lots of variety for a lot less effort. No spritz press? You can shape the dough into rounds.
Almond Spritz Cookies
Start with this classic almond cookie recipe, then add different mix-ins to get lots of cookie varieties (like cranberry, eggnog, and mocha) for a lot less effort. No spritz press? You can shape the dough into rounds.
Cranberry Spritz Cookies
Powdered cranberry gelatin turns these classic holiday cookies a festive red and adds fantastic tart-sweet flavor. Use a different stamp to make a variety of fun shapes.
Mocha Spritz Cookies
Flavor these classic cookies just like your favorite coffee-shop drink with espresso and a dip in melted semisweet chocolate. Add sprinkles for an extra festive touch.
Celebrate New Year’s (or any special occasion) with a restaurant-worthy dessert that couldn’t be simpler to make. The bubbles (from either champagne or sparkling wine) help to make this mousse recipe wonderfully light.
Blue and White Cookies
This cookie is a play on the classic Black and White cookie, a staple of New York’s Jewish delis and bakeries. We love the two-tone look with other colors like blue (a popular Hanukkah color), black, red, and green.
Pepperoni Pizza Popcorn
Upgrade popcorn for your next movie night with this easy DIY seasoning. Sun-dried tomatoes and Italian seasoning add huge flavor and taste just like a slice of pizza.
Easy Santa Sugar Cookies(with video)
Skip right to decorating with store-bought oatmeal cookies, sugar cookies, or even ginger snaps. Use white frosting or extra mini marshmallows for Santa’s beard or the fluffy brim of his hat.
Chocolate-Peanut Butter Cup Cookies
These dairy-free chocolate cookies have a secret surprise inside: a gooey peanut butter center. Freezing the centers first makes them easy to shape and stuff inside the chocolate dough.
Easy Ball Ornament Cookies(with video)
Turn store-bought cookies into these adorable ornaments with easy decorations. Make this no-bake treat when you need a last-minute batch or a fun decorating project for kids.
Composed Waldorf Salad
Keep everything you love about this easy, beautiful Waldorf salad and take it to a whole new level with pomegranate seeds, sunflower seeds, and a creamy yogurt dressing.
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