35 delicious holiday entertaining recipes you need in your collection! Are you tired of making the same holiday recipes every year? I know, I get it.
Your family has their favorites, but you’re ready for something new. Why not try one of these 35 holiday entertaining recipes and add a new family favorite or two?
It’s fun to mix it up a bit and your family will appreciate it. Whether it’s a new dessert or side dish you’re adding, you won’t regret it.
I can’t wait to try some pumpkin fudge pie or maybe chocolate bark! What new recipes will you try?
The holidays are upon us, and the members of the Real Housemoms creative team are excited to bring you our very favorite Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday entertaining recipes. I am literally drooling over these right now!
Thanksgiving Holiday Entertaining Recipes:
Mushroom, Bacon & Swiss Crostini | Pumpkin Fudge Pie | Apple Cider Mimosas
Crock Pot Stuffing | Slow Cooker Pumpkin Butter | Crock Pot Turkey Breast with Cranberry Sauce
Apple Rum Raisin Cake | Cranberry Pineapple Gelatin Mold | 10 Slow Cooker Thanksgiving Sides
Roasted Butternut Squash with Cranberries | Dijon Maple Green Beans | Cranberry Fluff
Be sure to try my easy chocolate pecan pie, too!
Christmas Holiday Entertaining Recipes:
Chocolate Mint Sandwich Cookies | Cheery Cheesecake Dip | 5-Minute Fudge | Christmas Swirl Sugar Cookies
Stove Top Potpourri Recipe | Portuguese Rice Pudding | “You’ve Been Snowed On” Free Print | Tomato Soup Shooters with Mini Grilled Cheese
Gingerbread Cookies | Red Velvet Cookie Bars | Salted Caramel Bark | Santa’s Sweet & Salty Christmas Snack Mix
Spiced Pecan Triple Chocolate Bark | Garlic Roast Beef | Sparkling Cranberries | Christmas Cookie Tree
Vanilla Candy Cane Cupcakes | Poinsettia Christmas Cookies | Slow Cooker Candy Cane White Hot Chocolate | Cranberry Sauce Mini Cheesecakes
Snowball Cookies | Chocolate Peppermint Cookies | Salted Butter Rum Caramels | Chocolate Peanut Butter Squares
I know you’re going to love my homemade peanut brittle recipe, it’s perfect for gift-giving!
What are your favorite holiday entertaining recipes?
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