Cream cheese and mint-chocolate cookies make these cookie balls scrumptious. But it's your decorating skills that will make them ideal for Christmas.
A fun no-bake project. Create Christmas trees using kisses and peanut butter cups.
What could be more festive sitting atop your Christmas table this year than a candy-cane adorned cheesecake? With a chocolate crumb base and peppermint flavoured filling, this festive cheesecake absolutely looks and tastes the part.
Can a ham be a showstopper? Yes, and this one proves it. The sweet and spicy glaze and jewel-like cherries are what catch your eye. The depth of flavor is what convinces you.
I bought one of these candy trains at a bazaar about 30 years ago and decided that I would copy it since it was so cute. These are great for little and big kids on your Christmas list. I have also subbed Halloween & Easter candy to fit the season.
This no-bake cheesecake is a delicious summer treat.
Like serving summer on a stick. Cheese, roasted peppers and fresh tomatoes and basil line up to celebrate on your patio. Fast and delicious, too.
A SPECIAL treat for the family at Christmas! Quick and easy to prepare. May be placed in gift bags with a pretty bow. Ingredients can vary with your choice of substitutions. Something good to munch on!
Sweet and feminine, with the perfect summer kick, this raspberry rose punch will be a hit at your Christmas parties and summer barbecues this year.
Spinach and cheese-stuffed crepes baked with marinara sauce make a nice light alternative to heavy holiday fare or a delicious second main dish to enjoy during Christmas dinner. Give crepe batter an hour or more to rest for the tenderest texture.