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.See Popular Christmas Party Recipes
Hosting a Christmas party is a hallmark of the holiday season, but there's no reason to be stressed about throwing one. You just need a few key recipes to impress your guests and keep them feeling the spirit of the season. Start with a festive holiday cocktail (sparkling wine is always a winner!)
The holidays are upon us; please set your scales back ten pounds. Yes, it's that special time of year when we go to dinners and parties, take pleasure in decadently delicious food, and then feel guilty about it until January rolls around. But it doesn't have to be that way.
So Christmas wasn't enough! Last I heard, there was some kind of party-type deal this week as well. Who made up this schedule?
Turn edible candies into a fun door or wall decoration with this easy and sweet wreath project.
Pipe the meringue into pretty snowflakes for this fun holiday dessert.
Try this Christmas snack mix recipe from Betty Crocker.
How will your Christmas Party stand out from the rest? (Hint: It has nothing to do with wearing lampshades on your head after a few holiday libations.) Here's a tip: Your party will rock -- or roll down hill -- depending on the food you serve.
Christmas is delightful for all kinds of reasons--glittering decorations, time with loved ones, the gifts (!)--but for many of us, the best part of the season is the food. The entire month of December is filled with amazing dishes, from delicate party appetizers to heaping trays of Christmas cookies at family gatherings.
Turn a favorite holiday flavor into pretty peppermint sandwich cookies and serve them up at a cookie exchange, holiday party, or potluck.
Cayenne pepper and chili powder are the secret ingredients in these rich chocolate cookies.
Shawn McClain got the recipe for these crisp, spicy cookies from pastry chef Elissa Narrow.
While traveling in Italy with Matt Molina, Mozza pastry chef Dahlia Narvaez was inspired by all the different forms of pasta. Using a recipe Nancy Silverton taught her for a super-buttery dough, she made vanilla-scented cookies shaped like mezzaluna ("half moon") pasta and filled them with a mixed-berry jam she found in Panicale.
Star-shaped cheese "ornaments" adorn an edible evergreen fashioned from pimiento-stuffed and Kalamata olives.
A tall treat for pumpkin lovers, big and small, layers cool vanilla ice cream and creamy pumpkin between Pop-Tarts® Cinnamon Roll toaster pastries.
Start a tradition of making gingerbread houses with family or friends. The decorating is fun and easy enough for kids of all ages!
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.