Best 5 Christmas Recipes

by in Holidays, Recipes, December 23rd, 2011

Old-Fashioned HamThis Christmas, serve up a little holiday cheer in the form of crowd-pleasing recipes the whole family will enjoy. We’ve complied Food Network’s top five Christmas recipes below; prepare them all for a weekend’s worth of festive favorites and holiday classics.

5. White Chocolate Holiday Bark — Dried cranberries and pistachio nuts add color and texture to this sweet snack, perfect to give as a last-minute gift.

4. Baked French Toast Casserole With Maple Syrup — Prepare Paula’s indulgent casserole the night before and bake on Christmas morning for an easy brunch favorite.

3. Sunday Rib Roast — Ina cooks her impressive roast at various temperatures: 500 degrees F, then 325 degrees F and finally 450 degrees F over a period of 1 ½ – 1 ¾ hours to achieve a crispy crust and tender, juicy meat.

2. Red Velvet Sandwich Cookies — These red and white cakey bites are filled with a rich cream cheese frosting and dotted with chopped pecans.

1. Old-Fashioned Holiday Glazed Ham — Brushed with a sweet and tangy mustard-pineapple glaze, this family-favorite Christmas classic (pictured above) will steal the show at your holiday dinner.

For more Christmas tips and recipes, check out Food Network’s Holiday Central.

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Comments (7)

  1. Alma says:

    I recently saw a show where a pork rib roast with bone in was done and it had coriander seed in the seasoning and I cannot find it, can anyone help

  2. patti wudi says:

    when is the Sandwich King coming back???????

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