Here are our staff picks for our favorite holiday recipes. We hope that you enjoy making them as much as we do! Here is a baker’s dozen (we couldn’t resist!) of amazing dishes to share and enjoy this holiday season. Remember to wear your most comfortable Hubbards when you're on your feet in the kitchen. Happy Holidays!
Pot roast. Looking for a delicious pot roast that will practically melt in your mouth? Look no further than Ina Garten’s incredible recipe. Find the fantastic Food Network recipe here.
Honey mustard glazed ham. Bring savory and sweet together with this unforgettable main dish. You will find yourself making it again and again. Find the Jo Cooks blog recipe here.
Mashed potatoes. If you offered to bring a side dish to the holiday party, try making these mashed potatoes. The sour cream and nutmeg make all the difference. The recipe from Real Simple can be found here.
Dinner Rolls. Never underestimate this humble but delicious offering. A good dinner roll makes a dinner or lunch that much more put together. Plus, they are the best leftovers. Remember to brush with butter. Find the recipe from Sally’s Baking Addiction here.
Garlic parmesan Brussels sprouts. Who says that your favorite part of Christmas dinner can’t be the vegetables? The flavors will make this side dish rival the main course. Read the recipe from Le Creme De La Crumb blog here.
Bacon-wrapped avocado. This unexpected appetizer is a favorite among Keto enthusiasts and avocado connoisseurs alike. They are delicious and savory. In addition to the suggested chili powder, we recommend adding paprika, garlic salt, and even a touch of onion powder for an even richer taste. Find the recipe from the Paleo Leap blog here.
Potato Latkes. If you are celebrating the festival of lights or looking to experience the traditional foods of Hanukkah, this is the perfect time to try creating latkes. They are delicious and worth the time and effort. Find the New York Time’s recipe here.
French toast casserole. Are you serving brunch this holiday season? Try your hand at this crowd-pleaser that can be prepared the night before if you’re short on time. Read the recipe from the Food Network here.
Gingerbread cookies. Make these delicious cookies for bake sales and evenings at home. They will make you wish it was Christmas every day. See the Good Housekeeping recipe here.
Bûche de Noël. Too few people know the joy of creating this French specialty. It’s one of the tastiest and most festive holiday desserts in the world. Find the recipe from All Recipes here.
Chocolate cake. What celebration is complete without a cake? Don’t settle for just any cake, try your hand at this perfect chocolate cake recipe. You will have to prepare for guests asking to take home the dessert. Enjoy the recipe from the Add a Pinch blog here.
Spiced hot chocolate. In search of something to serve after all the courses of Christmas dinner? When your guests are curled up on the couch, whip up this unexpected take on a holiday staple. The recipe from the New York Times can be found here.
Eggnog. If you haven’t had the chance to make this holiday classic from scratch, this is the opportunity you’ve been waiting for. Enjoy this treat with the gingerbread cookies for a perfect pairing. Get the recipe from the Food Network here.
Have you created any of these dishes before? Are you going to incorporate them into your holiday feasts? If you do, share your finished dishes or other favorite holiday recipes with us on social media!