Hi everybody and Happy New Year! It’s time to share what some of our readers and bloggers had to say for last month’s Monthly Morsel Question What’s your favorite Christmas Recipe?
See what amazing Christmas and holiday-related recipes they shared, and don’t forget to see our latest Monthly Morsel Question at the bottom we’d love you to join in and share your favorites!
Mama J (Jenni) another contributor for RecipeLion and creator of A Little Bit Crunchy, A Little Rock and Roll blog said:
“Peppermint Meringues are a staple in our house at Christmas time. They are affordable, easy to make, and always a hit with my family and friends. Wrap them up and they make a beautiful treat to give as a gift.”
“Also my recipe for Cinnamon Roll Cookies has been one of my most requested recipes by friends this holiday season. I will be making some more to give out on Christmas Day.”
Marisa from BnBFinder and also one of our guest posters said:
“It’s hard to pick my favorite recipe to make for Christmas there are so many holiday treats to choose from. Cookies, cakes and other goodies make the holidays that much sweeter! Since this is the best time of the year to spend time with friends and family, make the most of it by gathering around the table with a tasty morning after-Christmas breakfast treat”…see the recipe for Berry Good French Toast and the rest of the guest post here.
Lisa from Lisa’s Kitchen said:
“My favorite recipe to make for Christmas are my famous rum balls that are very addictive. They are somewhat like truffles, only stronger in taste because of the rum. Yum! I suggest you use a nice dark Jamaican rum for this recipe.”
Emily from Harvard Common Press said:
“Without question, my favorite Christmas recipe is sugar cookies with royal icing. They’re so simple, but my family has been making them my whole life and they haven’t disappointed Santa yet!”
“One of my favorite recipes to serve up during the Christmas holiday season is my Hot Mulled Cider. It’s great for serving a crowd or to enjoy on your own and truly resonates “holidays” with the warmth of spices that make this drink special.”
Reader Cheryl said:
“My favorite Christmas dish to make is: Greenbrier Salad. This recipe came from the Greenbrier Dairy Company, who my father worked for, for 22 years. It is a lime gelatin salad with cottage cheese, crushed pineapple, cool whip and marshmallows. This has been a tradition since 1960.”
Now it’s time to answer the next Monthly Morsel question: What’s your favorite budget recipe?
It’s a new year and that means you’re free to push the reset button and start new! For us that means we’d like to start this new year out right – with amazing but inexpensive recipes! So let’s band together, get frugal and share ideas and recipes that help all of those who are watching their wallets; thanks to the continuing struggling economy. Plus, after the holidays we could all use a little wallet tightening no? You won’t believe the great recipes and fantastic ideas people can come up with that are cost effective, so we’d love for you to share your ideas!
Email us your answer or just simply comment on this blog post, and we’ll publish your answers and link to your blog at the end of the month. Got some blogger friends who would like us to link to them too? Ask them to answer the Monthly Morsel question too!
Have a great day!
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