Must-Try Holiday Recipes

12 October 2017
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Category: Events, Family, Food
12 October 2017, Comments: 0

Let’s face it–the holidays revolve around food. Halloween is all about the sweet treats, and Thanksgiving is all about the turkey and carb-loaded sides. It’s the greatest time of the year, and sometimes, you just have to let yourself indulge. After all, the holidays only come around once a year! It’s a time to be with friends, family, and loved ones. It’s a time we all come together around the dinner table, and eat some of the best dishes we’ll have all year. While some recipes are passed from generation to generation, it’s always a good idea to test out a few new recipes every year to see if you find a new worth passing down.

Check out these awesome Holiday goodies:

Poison Apples

These apples look so wickedly delicious, it’s going to be hard for anyone to turn them down. They look convincingly poisonous, and your kids may look at you skeptically when you hand them this toxic treat.
You have to try this evil spin on a Halloween favorite! They’re sure to be a hit!

Spooky Cookies

These dark chocolate morsels will satisfy your sweet tooth and the ache for all things creepy. How awesome would these look at your Halloween party?

Mashed Potato Casserole

All potatoes should be this creamy and cheesy. This decadent dish is sure to become a Thanksgiving tradition when your family tries their first bite of this delectable recipe.

Southern-Style Green Beans

You HAVE to try this Thanksgiving staple with a Southern spin. Perfectly seasoned with spices and crispy bacon, this dish is sure to leave your family begging you to make them again. This might just become a regular recipe in your home!

Pumpkin Crumb Cake Muffins

These delicious muffins are the perfect recipe for Thanksgiving morning. Since you’ll be spending all day in the kitchen, you’ll need the fuel from this festive breakfast. Sweet, crumbly, and pumpkin-y–
Sounds like a winner to us!

We hope you enjoy your time with friends, family, and loved ones throughout the Halloween and Thanksgiving holidays.

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