This broccoli and mushroom pie makes for a great Hanukkah dish. But whichever holiday you celebrate in December, you’re sure to love it.
Easy to make and great to serve, this glorious ham is bound to be a hit for any holiday or special occasion.
These edible decorations are very sturdy and can be hung on the tree or just about anywhere. But be sure to make the holes before you bake the cookies.
This classic Italian treat makes for one delicious snack (and may be your guests’ favourite dish this holiday).
Make a sweet gift of macaroons in a transparent plastic envelope with a hole punched through for a ribbon tie.
These flaky wafers and cheese straws are lower in fat and cholesterol than their traditional cousins, thanks to the use of reduced-fat cheese.
Even if mailed across the country, these sophisticated cookies will still be fresh and tasty when they reach their destination.
To make these double-decker beauties, you will need both large and small star-shaped cookie cutters.
Show off these snowy treats in a clear plastic box decorated with sticker stars and a raffia ribbon.
This dough is perfect for creating people, animals, or just about any shape your child wants to decorate.
A delicious and healthy appetizer for a holiday party. The red pepper and cilantro garnish are also in the holiday colours of green and red.
Looking for a holiday appetizer that’s a bit outside the box? Look no further than this dish that wonderfully incorporates red and green colours. It would also work wonderfully as a family breakfast.
What would the holidays be without chocolate bread pudding? This dessert is easy to make, and you probably have most of the ingredients in your pantry already!
A modern take on Prime Rib and Yorkshire Pudding, turns fine-dining into an everyday meal!
These awesome appetizers start off with a delicious meat base mixture that you can also use to make a simple stir-fry recipe.
This modern take on a classically elegant meal is perfect for the holidays.
Roasting the carrots enhances their natural sweetness in this aromatic soup. The caraway seeds complement the carrots beautifully.
You can use any type of Indian curry paste, from a mild korma to a spicy vindaloo, or leave it out altogether for a simple vegetable and lentil soup. Throw in a handful of leafy greens such as baby spinach or kale at the end of cooking for an extra boost of vegetables.
This gorgeous red soup will brighten any autumn or winter meal. Its rich colour reflects its high anti-oxidant content. Roasting enhances the natural sweetness of vegetables such as capsicums, tomatoes and onions.