7 Food Bloggers With Amazing Christmas Recipes

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It’s officially the holiday season, which can only mean one thing. The Christmas music is back on the iPod, cinnamon, and ginger are everywhere, and we don’t want to hear about anything that isn’t decked in fairy lights and tinsel. It may be more than one item. But take a look. It’s just that we adore Christmas, OK? While we prepare to ponder everything in sight, here are a few bloggers we’ve discovered that have produced holiday meals that are out of this world:

Spoon fork Bacon

I’m sure we’ve all seen the Friends episode with the turkey sandwich. If not, here’s a little something to help you remember. It was only reasonable that the turkey sandwich with a wet maker should have been invented in real life. And it’s here, just in time to fulfill all of our Boxing Day fantasies. The complete recipe may be found here.

Mama Baker

Any self-respecting Christmas feast must have bacon-wrapped sausages. They’re never particularly horrible, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be improved. With a maple pumpkin spice glaze, that’s precisely what occurred in this variation. Yes. Yes, you read that correctly. It’s not only for lattes when it comes to pumpkin spice. The complete recipe may be found here.

Drizzle & dip

Mince pies are a classic bloody dish. There’s no getting around it. But does this imply that they should be impenetrable? Certainly not. Just because something is traditional doesn’t mean it can’t be modernized. A fresh take on an old favorite is Apple and mince pie crumble bars from Drizzle & Dip. The complete recipe may be found here.

Great Island’s Panorama

Mulled wine is the most delicious Christmas drink, but it’s a hassle to prepare from scratch. It entails spending a lot of time slaving over the stove while everyone else is having a good time. With this recipe, though, you can toss everything into a slow cooker and forget about it. Genius. The complete recipe may be found here.

Spending Your Pennies

Okay, so jalapeño poppers aren’t precisely the most celebratory of dishes, but we adore them. They’d be the first dish we’d serve at a party if we were throwing one. This jalapeño popper dip retains all of the flavors while requiring far less time spent being soaked in chili liquid at your Christmas party, which can only be a good thing. The complete recipe may be found here.

Pie & Daisies

The perfect Christmas pastime, in our opinion, consists of a silly onesie, a sofa, and a stack of Christmas movies. That’s when hot chocolate comes in handy. This peanut butter hot chocolate, on the other hand, is the stuff that dreams are made of, rather than another night spent with a mug of the unsatisfying instant stuff. The complete recipe may be found here.

If a Blonde Is Given a Kitchen

During the Christmas season, cookies abound. These sugar cookie truffles are a terrific way to get the most amount of sweet, Christmas pleasure in the smallest possible area, whether you have a bunch of leftovers you want to do something with or you want to hand out some lovely homemade gifts. The complete recipe may be found here.

Christmas Is there anyone else who has some fantastic Christmas dishes to share? Please let us know to continue to provide amazing treats to impress everyone in the office.

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