Top Rated Holiday Recipes

cookies
Get in the holiday spirit with these cookies that combine cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg for a flavor kick. Top them off with frosting and sprinkles for decoration! 
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Sweet Hospitality Group,  the premier concessionaire and caterers for on- and off-Broadway and private clients nationwide, has been adding its dramatic, delicious touch to theaters, parties, and events for nearly 30 years. In honor of the upcoming holiday season, their mixologist has created "Holiday Spirit," a unique cocktail that will have most anyone singing and dancing like Neil Patrick Harris at the Tony Awards in no time!
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Stuffing
Hampton Creek provides healthier and more affordable food options to consumers. The rich and creamy Just Mayo Truffle is just what you need to bring a subtle hint of earth-toned flavor to this holiday dish.To watch Hampton Creek's video tutorial for the recipe, click here. Recipe courtesy of Hampton Creek.
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punch
You can make large blocks of ice at home using any large plastic container you like the shape of—just fill three-quarters full of water, seal, and freeze.Courtesy of Plymouth Gin and Jamie Gordon, Senior Manager, Brand Advocacy at Pernod Ricard
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Mango Holiday Dip
This healthy dip is a great alternative to the heavier dips usually served at holiday parties. The base of this dip is mango purée, which is extra delicious thanks to roasted bell peppers.
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This dish is hearty, delicious and just downright nourishing to the belly and soul. Carve out time to get these short ribs roasting in the oven, and you'll see why they're worth the effort. When ordering the short ribs, talk to your butcher directly. You want evenly sized pieces with a 3" bone and a good amount of meat on each. Read about buying short ribs here. If you have a fat separator that you use for gravy at Thanksgiving, use it to finish the sauce in this recipe. It's the perfect tool!
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Holiday Dressing with Dried Plums and Cornbread
For extra sweetness and nutrition, we recommend adding dried plums to a holiday dressing made with cornbread, country bread, and crunchy pecans. Recipe courtesy of the California Dried Plum Board.
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Tofu Holiday Fruitcake
Recipe Courtesy of House FoodsYou won’t have to feel guilty about eating this version of a holiday class. Fruitcake can be dense, but the tofu gives it a light, smooth texture, and also boosts its protein content. 
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Speculaas
These cookies are also known as St. Nicholas cookies and are eaten around Christmas time in Belgium and the Netherlands. You don't need to have the mold to make these, feel free to make your own shapes with whichever cookie cutter you choose.
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The holidays do not get any heartier than a bowl of delicious vegan chili!
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Brussels Sprout and Cranberry Holiday Salad
The problem with Brussels sprouts and kale is that they are often overcooked and turned into limp, soggy messes. We prefer our greens vigorously sturdy, with a texture that offers a bit of a chew. This American-inspired salad is just that. It has nuts for extra crunch, oranges for a fruity aroma and a classic mustard and honey dressing that is simultaneously fierce and sweet. It’s good on any occasion but perfect during the winter holiday season. — Green Kitchen Travels by David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl Click Here for More Salad Recipes  
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