25 Recipes to Make Over Holiday Break.
Today I’m sharing a few of my favorite holiday recipes just in time for you to run out and grab the ingredients!
Like everything you need for this smoked salmon platter. How can it be holiday break without one?
Pretty sure we should all officially start each day for the next week with an iced eggnog latte.
If you need a brunch idea, this broccolini bacon quiche is fantastic. Definitely a staple!
So is my orange cinnamon pull apart bread.
Everyone loves these one hour eggnog cinnamon rolls!
Another option is this incredible sour cream coffee cake with brown butter glaze.
These blue cheese biscuits with pinot noir butter are an oldie but goodie. They are just special enough for this season!
Finally, mini cinnamon orange scones are always cute. That’s important.
My ricotta jam jar is the most festive snack. Everyone goes nuts over it.
When it comes to dinner, you can always prep these greek yogurt twice baked potatoes ahead of time!
And my beef tenderloin recipes are to die for. This butter herb tenderloin is fab, and so is this espresso crusted one.
Lasagna bolognese is the ultimate comfort food. You can make it ahead of time too.
This bourbon fig + gorgonzola pork tenderloin is another great option.
Right now is definitely the season to indulge in fontina arancini.
And this lobster bisque is always a show stopper. Check out that post for the lobster bisque cappuccino too!
If you’re feeling snacky, make some of my chipotle caramel chex mix!
Or pomegranate pistachio swirled chocolate bark.
Oh remember my obsession with the mocha coconut frappuccino, which led to my mocha coconut fudge? It’s so good.
And if you like that, my chocolate toasted coconut marshmallows are amazing too.
Mistletoe margaritas are wonderful.
This pear sangria is the prettiest.
Stock up now so you have ingredients for Christmas morning mimosas!
And then, 3 ingredient espresso martinis that evening.
Cranberry pom mint juleps are also fabulous.
Finally, finish off the week with a white Christmas sparkle cake! You can’t go wrong.
What all are you making this week?! Tell me below!
15 Comments on “25 Recipes to Make Over Holiday Break.”
OT: I just want to say much I appreciate you for posting new content, day-after-day. Between the recipes, Instagram, monthly Beauty & Lifestyle Faves, Tuesday things, it’s always fresh and interesting; never years-old posts passed off as new or days of inactivity. You really love what you do and it shows. This is a great place to visit. :)
sarah, you have NO idea how much this comment means to me. seriously!! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!
i do love to post brand new content (because that’s what i prefer to read too!) and often wonder if it goes unnoticed. thank you so much!
merry christmas to you too!
I agree with Sarah. I have drifted in and out with tons of blogs over the years but I have never, ever gotten tired of yours, Jessica. I love your writing and content and mindset and photography and, and, and… You do a wonderful job. Wonderful.
erin, THANK YOU!!! seriously means so much. happy new year!
Merry Christmas and Healthy & Happy Blessings to you and your darling family.
I’m GF and I’m always tweaking your recipes to incorporate and I love all your content. My family is not GF so I always appreciate your updated and new recipes. Thank you as I know it’s a lot of work with your family as well. I’ve purchased many of your latest cookbook and given to friends as gifts. The recipes/ photos are so lovely.
thank you so so much!! that means so so much to me. you have no idea!!
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These all look so good! I’m excited to do some fun baking with my kids over Christmas break!
Some of my all-time favorite recipes come from this site. Those orange cinnamon scones are fantastic. Thinking about making them again for my annual New Year’s Day brunch.
thank you so much rachel!! means the world to me!
thank you for all of these, will come in handy! especially broccolini bacon quiche
thank you sabrina!!
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Thanks Jessica for sharing so many amzing recipes to make over the holiday. I will definitely make all of these recipes and serve it to my guest during a special occassion. I am sure they will be delighted to know from where I learnt to make these amazing dishes. Thank you for sharing this article.