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Need some last-minute holiday recipe inspiration? Look no further than your favorite food bloggers! Each dish from our friends in the
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“This rustic vegetarian cassoulet uses canned cannellini beans to cut down on the cook time so you can make it as a homey weeknight meal. But I think it is particularly impressive as a holiday centerpiece for the meatless folk. While cassoulet usually looks like a pile of brown glop, the leeks, carrots and red chard give the dish a hint of color and vibrance.” –
Phoebe Lapine of Feed Me Phoebe
“Holidays call for warm, cozy, and comforting meals enjoyed alongside loved ones. As soon as the temperatures drop, I am on a mission to devour as many soups and stews as possible. This beef and vegetable stew is the perfect holiday recipe because not only is it incredibly delicious and a crowd pleaser, but it is also cooked in your pressure or slow cooker, allowing you to fully enjoy time with your guests until it is ready to enjoy!” –
Cameron Rogers of Freckled Foodie
“Mini fillo shells are such a timesaver during the busy holiday season. You can find them in the freezer aisle, and they heat up in minutes. This 15-minute recipe is perfect for easy holiday entertaining…” –
Lisa Lillien of Hungry Girl
“These ‘EPIC Whole30 Baked Meatballs’ are one of the most popular, crowd pleasing recipes on my blog. These are loaded with flavor, and I have a secret to making them creamy inside without adding cheese. Bringing your family around the table this Holiday season with these beauties is a no brainer, the whole family will devour!” –
Alex Snodgrass of The Defined Dish
“Whether you’re watching carbs or just trying to avoid sugar overloaded during the holidays a salad like this Low-Carb Rotisserie Chicken Christmas Salad will be the perfect thing to serve or take to a holiday pot-luck. It’s festive with Christmas colors and loaded with wonderful flavors, and this will be a hit with everyone.” –
Kalyn Denny of Kalyn’s Kitchen
“This recipe is filled with chunks of apple and crunchy walnuts to create the perfect holiday treat. It’s subtly sweet with the warm taste of cinnamon. Perfect on its own, or eaten warm with some butter.” –
Stephy of The Tiny Herbivore
“This festive and healthy Christmas Tree Veggie Tray is great way to add some healthy veggies into your families diet on Christmas day and makes your table look great too. I always like to bring a fresh and healthy recipe to Christmas parties. It helps me stay on track during the holidays. Plus it gives me something to enjoy while others are snacking before the meal.” –
Melissa Jennings and Shelley King of Stockpiling Moms®.
“This recipe is perfect for the holidays not only because it’s easy to make and absolutely delicious but it also looks so festive and beautiful when laid out on a table for people to snack on during a holiday party!” –
Garianne Sheridan of ThePeachyProdigy
“This is such an easy, festive & fun recipe for the holidays! No cooking necessary, and they’re completely portion controlled. Crushed candy canes can turn any sweet recipe into a holiday dessert!” –
Lisa Lillien of Hungry Girl
Which tasty delight will you be cooking up? Let us know in the comments!
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