A beautiful festive salad. Perfect salad to serve at holiday gatherings. Adapted from a recipe I found many years ago. I don't add the coconut but the original recipe did. I use the canned fruits for ease when making this to take to a potlucks, however fresh fruits and beets can be used. Dressing can be made earlier in day also.
Get excited lovely people, this little treasure only requires 15 minutes to make! The hardest part is waiting for it to firm up in the fridge but hey if you want to enjoy it straight away make the mixture up as per the instructions below and do smaller individual serves in pretty drinking glasses.
Gotta admit it: We're awfully proud of these savory Christmas party appetizers! They're so, so simple to make, but they always get applause.
It doesn't sound like much but I prefer this as an alternative to caramel corn, it is that good. I make it at Christmas time, pink and green and mix them together. Simple to make, sweet and crunchy. Colorful to boot! It goes fast. As far as I know this is an old recipe from long ago.
Easy recipe you can use with the kids...Fun, Fun,Fun and delicious!
This delicious, festive rocky road is packed full of cheeky sweet ingredients, making it a little bit naughty and a whole lot of nice! Itâs hard to go past as a homemade Christmas gift for chocolate-loving friends and teachers.
After all the sugarplums and heavy Christmas treats, this crunchy red-and-green apple salad is a nice change of paceâbut still quite festive-looking!
Got this recipe a few years ago from an American pen friend, in the days before computers!!
These are delicious. The cream cheese in the cookie dough really adds a softness, and makes the cookies taste really flaky and rich. They're a great addition to one's Christmas cookie recipes.
Strawberries stuffed with a cheesecake-like mixture.