Whether you're in charge of the office Christmas party or you're hosting a crowd at home, you'll find what you need in these party recipes. From recipes for elegant buffet menus to snacks and spreads and even potluck ideas, we make Christmas party planning easier.
Turn edible candies into a fun door or wall decoration with this easy and sweet wreath project.
Turn a favorite holiday flavor into pretty peppermint sandwich cookies and serve them up at a cookie exchange, holiday party, or potluck.
Next time you throw a party, bake a batch of these brown sugar-hazelnut spirals. Arrange in a festive shape for a playful and delicious centerpiece.
For a homemade Christmas gift, wrap up these crisp, fruity treats. They're especially good with coffee.
Line muffin cups with this sweet crust, fill with savory pistachios and dried cranberries, and bake until golden. This bite-size dessert is perfect for holiday entertaining.
You make your own eggnog, spiked with a little Kahlua, for this holiday drink.
Homemade candies are a staple at holiday parties and family gatherings. The candies are made with white chocolate, peppermint, and pretzels. Drizzle dark chocolate on top for a fancy touch.
These festively colored and shaped cookies are a must at your next cookie exchange or holiday table.
Add a few of these adorable little Santa cookies to your assortment of gifted Christmas cookies this season. You tackle the icing and let your little helpers add decorations with candy pieces and mini marshmallows.
Half of these bite-size cookies are trimmed with chopped pecans and half with red decorator's sugar.
Sliced almonds transform simple cakes into festive pinecones. Look for slivers with a bit of skin showing for a more realistic result.
These bite-sized coconut-pecan sandies are great as a dessert or boxed up as a gift. Roll balls of coconut-pecan cake in powdered sugar and serve.
Gingerbread cookies are shaped like reindeer and filled with frosting to make a holiday dessert that Santa would love.
Almonds and bittersweet chocolate give a new twist to this chocolate chip cookie.