Snacks For Christmas

Collection by Katie Smith-Cox • Last updated 1 day ago

Katie Smith-Cox

Christmas Morning Casserole

Sausage Hashbrown Breakfast Casserole is a filling, hearty and delicious way to start off your morning! Make with turkey sausage, ham or bacon!

Best Chicken Bites

Chicken Cordon Bleu Bites are crispy, crunchy bites of chicken, topped with cheese and ham, served with a delicious and easy dipping sauce.

50 Amazing Christmas Cookies That Will Delight | Art & Home

Looking for inspiration on what to bake this holiday season? We've done the research for you and collected 50 of the best recipes for Christmas Cookies.

Italian Christmas Cookies

Italian Christmas Cookies are a soft ball shaped cookie, baked then glazed with an almond flavored glaze and sprinkled with festive colored sprinkles.

Toffee Cowboy Cookies

7 reviews
45 minutes

Toffee Cowboy Cookies - An old classic treat with a few fun twists, these cookies are loaded with chocolate chips, toffee bits and crisp toasted pecans.

Famous Fudge – Don’t LOSE this recipe


Orange Creamsicle Fruit Dip is simple and delicious with only three ingredients, and it tastes amazing with any variety of fresh fruit!

Christmas Cranberry Brie Puff Pastry Stars

CHRISTMAS CRANBERRY BRIE PUFF PASTRY STARS – Quick and Easy appetizer perfect for Christmas! Puff pastry stars topped with brie and cranberry sauce!

24 Christmas Cookie Exchange Recipes

With Christmas coming up, I know you’re looking for some Christmas cookie recipes! These are great for taking to a cookie exchange or just making for home.

Easy Christmas Shortbread Cookies

Christmas Shortbread Cookies are simple to make and loaded with festive sprinkles, making these the BEST easy Christmas cookies!

Vintage Recipes: 1964 Cakes, Cookies and Frostings

Found another vintage cookbook with fantastic recipes to share! These are from “Favorite Recipes From America’s Dairyland” 1964 Wisconsin Department of Agriculture. Hope you find …

Everyday is a Holiday....Christmas Sugar Cookies 1951

One of the last times I was at my grandma’s house she was purging a bookshelf of old cookbooks. Way back when, places like the bank and the electric company would give out little recipe booklets to their customers for Christmas when you came in to pay your bill. Now we don’t even get a “thank-you” email when we use Web BillPay….how rude. Wouldn’t it just light up your day if a happy lady from the water department came knocking with your Christmas cookbook? My Grandma got this one from the…