Top Rated Holiday Recipes

Rum Citrus Glazed Goose Breast
Chef Michael Yaffe, Chef de Cuisine, VUE 24 at Foxwoods Resort Casino, has unveiled a new recipe just in time for the holidays! A classic dish with an innovative twist, Chef Yaffe’s Rum Citrus Glazed Goose Breast will be a hit at any holiday party. On top of the delicious rum glaze.You will need 4 oz. tin mold cups for this recipe and a sharp knife.
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Hot Punch
“But how can everyone, including the kids, enjoy a holiday cocktail? Well, the poison is only added at the end and only in to each person’s individual glass…so the kiddos can sip of the delicious warm broth right along next to the adults,” says Haylie Duff, author of The Real Girl’s Kitchen.Adapted from ‘The Real Girl’s Kitchen’ by Haylie Duff.
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Gingerbread cocktail
Cocktails can get a little boring after a while but this little gingerbread house decoration adds that x-factor to wow your guests. This recipe is courtesy of Pete Canny, a bartender at The Wayland Bar and The Lost Lady in NYC.
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Helene’s Holiday Brisket with Carrot and Onion Gravy
This dish originated from Joey Allaham’s mother, Helene. His grandmother, Bella, used to make a potted turkey dish with similar ingredients, which his  mother later turned into a pot roast. It is perfect for the holidays. This recipe comes from The Prime Grill Cookbook by David Kolotkin and Joey Allaham. Click here to see Tips for Hosting a Rosh Hashanah Dinner.
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Holiday Chocolate Chip Cookies
These festive Nestlé Toll House Holiday Chocolate Chip Cookies get some extra festive cheer (and make an easy Christmas dessert) from colorful morsels. This will be a favorite for family and friends. Try the pan cookie variation for some tasty flair.
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Made with whole grain organic GH Cretors popcorn and antioxidant-rich dark chocolate, Sweet & Salty Popcorn Bark is both delicious and festive – and makes a great holiday or hostess gift.
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Chia Pudding
Here is our recipe for “Eggnog” Chia Pudding. We eat this as a snack or for dessert. It is especially tasty in the winter because it tastes like the season! Chia is really good to use when making pudding because it gels up the liquid to make it into a pudding. Also, chia has loads of omega-3s, which soothes your skin and moisturizes it. Chia is also loaded with protein, magnesium, and fiber.
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french toast
This recipe was provided by Good Karma Foods.Instead of frying your French toast in oil, butter, and other fatty foods, make this version in the oven to take the frying out of the process. This eggnog-flavored recipe is perfect for brunch, serving up a healthy meal that everyone will love. The recipe is dairy free, gluten free, and vegan, so everyone can enjoy!
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pumpkin nog
Made with real pumpkin puree, a hint of cinnamon, and thick swirls of sea salt caramel, this delicious gelato option is perfect for your Pumpkin-Nog recipe!
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Tart cranberries, crisp Italian prosecco and just enough organic cane sugar to make it dazzle into a perfect holiday cocktail.
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Chef Elizabeth Karmel is the famed chef of New York City's favorite fried chicken and homemade pie joint, Hill Country Chicken, as well as of New York City and Washington, D.C.'s top Texas-style barbecue restaurant. Her favorite traditional holiday recipe is prime rib with horseradish cream and Yorkshire pudding. "It is always my family's traditional holiday dish — it's the star of our dinner, but very simple for a home cook to make! Make sure to order an untrimmed rib roast with the fat and rib bones still intact — this will baste the meat and keep it juicy during the long cooking time. I serve the prime rib with a decadent horseradish cream and a side of sizzling Yorkshire pudding."
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 Holiday Peppermint Bark
Holiday peppermint bar makes for a great presentation, and it's an easy Christmas dessert to make! Add it to your list of holiday gift ideas.  
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