Christmas at Grandma's: All the Flavors of the Holiday Season in Over 200 Delicious Easy-to-Make Recipes (Seasonal Cookbook Collection)
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Snowflakes are swirling, carolers are singing and shoppers are crowding into shops...Christmas is coming! If you're like us, you'd love to recreate the holiday magic you remember from Grandma's home, but don't have all day to spend in the kitchen.
Christmas at Grandma's is filled with simple-to-make recipes for every festive occasion. For Christmas morning breakfast, serve Christmas Sausage Soufflé and Overnight Sticky Buns. After sledding or cutting down the tree, warm everyone up with mugs of Yellow Pea Soup. An open-house buffet with Ambrosia Cheese Dip and Grandma's Cocktail Nibbles is perfect for merrymaking with friends.
Busy-day dinners are a snap with Granny's Baked Macaroni & Cheese or Mom's One-Pot Chicken Supper. Make the big day special with Nonna's Christmas Eve Spaghetti, Mama's Baked Brown Sugar Ham or Tangy Glazed Chicken. Ginger-Orange Cranberries and Corn & Broccoli Casserole round out a festive menu.
What we all remember most about holidays with Grandma is the desserts, right? Try family favorites like Cranberry Cream Pie and Apple Spice Cake...yum! Cookies are a must, so we've rounded up Sugar Doodle Drops and Chocolate Gingerbread Men. They're so much fun to make and eat!
You'll also find sweet memories of holidays gone by, plus clever tips for sharing Christmas with your kids or grandkids.
salt. Spread apples on a separate baking sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes. Sprinkle apples with pecans; bake an additional 5 minutes. Transfer sweet potatoes to a serving bowl; mash with a potato masher. Stir in apple mixture. Serves 6. Dress up homemade or brown 8 serve dinner rolls...it舗s easy. Before baking, brush the dough with a little beaten egg, then sprinkle with sesame seed, dried rosemary or grated Parmesan cheese. Maple-Glazed Acorn Squash Rings Gloria Simmons Greenville,
pepper 1 t. garlic powder 1-1/2 lbs. beef cube steak 1/2 c. green pepper, finely chopped 2-1/2 c. milk cooked rice, egg noodles or mashed potatoes Heat oil in a Dutch oven over medium heat. While oil is heating, combine flour and seasonings in a shallow dish. Lightly coat beef with flour mixture. Add beef to hot oil; cook on both sides until browned and a crust begins to form. Add green pepper, milk and remaining flour mixture; stir lightly until all ingredients are coated. Reduce heat to
12 minutes, until golden. Allow cookies to cool on baking sheets for one minutes. Carefully remove to wire racks to cool completely. Makes 3 dozen. Turn flea-market finds into charming one-of-a-kind cookie stands. Use china and glass cement to attach a porcelain or glass plate atop a candleholder or vase...so easy, you舗ll want to make some to share! Chinese Chews Cathy Nign Temple City, CA My grandmother made these old-fashioned cookies every Christmas. I don舗t know where the name came from,
thicker, is best. In a pinch, they can be interchanged, but to get that robust molasses flavor in a cookie, dark molasses is the best choice. Jam Tarts Carolyn Jollimore Hubbards, Nova Scotia This is an old recipe that my mom made all the time when my brother, sister and I were growing up, especially at Christmas. They are our favorite cookies. Since then they have become my hubby舗s favorite cookies too. 3/4 c. butter, softened 3/4 c. light brown sugar, packed 1 egg, well beaten 1 T. milk
Grammy舗s Homemade 舠Maple舡 Syrup. Leftover waffles will reheat well in the microwave. Makes 10 to 12 waffles. Grammy舗s Homemade 舠Maple舡 Syrup: 1 c. water 2 c. brown sugar In a saucepan over medium-high heat, combine ingredients. Bring to a boil; reduce heat and simmer 5 minutes. Serve warm or cool. Refrigerate any leftover syrup in a covered jar. Ho-Ho-Ho! Invite a local Santa to drop in during this year舗s family get-together. What a joy for all ages! Christmas Eve French Toast Jill Ball