This Lemon Curd Pavlova is topped with fresh raspberries. You can make lots of mini pavlovas and serve them individually, or make one large pavlova as a dessert centerpiece. Either way, this dessert is sure to impress!
Here in the Holiday Recipes section, you’ll find all kinds of favorite recipes for some of the most common holidays – Valentine’s Day Recipes, Easter Recipes, Thanksgiving Recipes, Christmas Recipes, and more! What is your favorite holiday to cook for? (My favorite is probably Thanksgiving.)
This Oven Baked Glazed Corned Beef is a fun take on the traditional St. Patrick’s Day meal. Rather than stewing in the CrockPot all day, the homemade corned beef is braised with plenty of seasonings before broiling in the oven with a delicious honey marmalade mustard glaze. You’ll love this recipe for Honey Marmalade Mustard Glazed Corned Beef! There are plenty of tips for making the best homemade corned beef as well as some suggestions for what to serve with your corned beef meal.
Strawberry Fool is such an easy strawberry dessert recipe to make for Valentine’s Day (or any occasion!). It’s basically strawberries and cream taken up a notch! Simple, yet delicious!
Special Valentine’s cookies, like these Easy Vanilla Cut Out Cookies, are a great way to celebrate at home and with friends. This is the perfect recipe to make a big batch of for any cookie decorating party. Kids will love helping cut out the dough and decorating the finished Valentine cookies!
Did you know you can make homemade marshmallows? It’s pretty easy, and like most things homemade they taste so much better! You can even dip them in melted chocolate and sprinkle with crushed candy cane. Homemade Candy Cane and Chocolate-Dipped Marshmallows are a fun holiday treat to make. They are delicious in a mug of hot cocoa and are great for holiday gifting!
Looking for a fun twist on the traditional salted caramel recipe? These Gingerbread Caramels are a delicious and a great Christmas candy to add to your Holiday goodie making list. Caramel pairs awesomely with hints of molasses and ginger.
Bittersweet Chocolate Swirl Fruit and Nut Bark pairs bittersweet chocolate, white chocolate, almonds, raspberries, strawberries, pumpkin and chia seeds for a delectable holiday treat. Dare I say that this is even a healthy homemade holiday treat? It is full of super foods after all! So, go ahead and indulge a little. It is rich enough that you won’t need to eat a lot, but it is oh soooooo good.
This Pumpkin Seed Brittle is just like your classic homemade brittle recipe, but without nuts. Peanut-Free Brittle is a great option for those who have nut or peanut allergies, or just want to try something different for their Christmas Candy making. This Peanut-Less Brittle still has a nice roasted taste that classic homemade peanut brittle has, so you won’t even miss the nuts!
Salt dough ornaments are the sweetest little homemade gift and such a fun Christmas tradition! You can make them for the whole family or classroom with hardly any effort and there are plenty of fun personalization options. Kids will have a great time making these!
Making homemade turkey stock is relatively simple after your Thanksgiving Feast, even if it does feel like one more thing to worry about. And I’m telling you, homemade broth is so worth the work. It tastes absolutely delicious and rich.
This post has lots of tips for reducing Thanksgiving waste, information on how long it is safe to eat Thanksgiving leftovers, how to properly store and freeze leftover Turkey and Ham, and how to donate Thanksgiving leftovers. You’ll also find a great selection of recipes that can be made using your leftover Thanksgiving Turkey, Ham, and Cranberry Sauce