5 Christmas Foods to Try This Year

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Fun and easy to make Christmas foods, starting from an appetizer, following a main course, and then a few options for a dessert. Which Christmas foods do you enjoy the most?

Christmas tree spinach dip breadsticks

A perfect appetizer for any Christmas themed party is a Christmas tree shaped bread-stick dip. Check out the full recipe from It’s Always Autumn.

appy belly goulash

Goulash is easy to make, has only a few ingredients, but will make you a filling dinner course. Check the full recipe in Ally’s Kitchen.

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Baked brie

Baked brie is quick to prepare, and fancy to serve. What can be better than a mealty cheese topped with your favorite sauce? Check the full recipe at Audrey’s 74.

Skinny Christmas sugar cookies

If you are looking for a fun activity, try cutting and decorating Christmas sugar cookies. Check out the full recipe at Amy’s Healthy Baking.

Spiked Cherries

Fun, easy to make alcohol-infused fruits in Christmas colors. But this has to be planned carefully, because the cherries need to be soaked at least overnight. Check the full recipe at Amanda’s Cookin’.

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