10 easy recipes for Christmas 2021: cookies, dinner, sides and more

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Christmas is one of those special holidays that brings families near and far together to create memories shared at the dinner table.

Looking for new Christmas recipes in 2021? Whether you want to try a new sugar cookie recipe or are looking for dinner recipes, side dishes, or an easy breakfast idea, we have 10 easy Christmas recipes for you to try this Christmas. holiday season.


Chocolate Pomegranate Sugar Cookies

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Who doesn’t love a sugar cookie recipe for Christmas? Santa Claus might just bring you some extra goodies if you leave behind these chewy sugar cookies sprinkled with pomegranate, dipped in chocolate and topped with a sprinkle of crushed hazelnuts.

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Apple and Cranberry Crisp

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This hassle-free treat might be one of the easiest recipes to make for Christmas. This cheerful, tangy and heartwarming apple and cranberry crunch is an easy crowd-pleaser that’s delicious as a breakfast or dessert on Christmas morning, especially with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream .

Go with green apples to make a festive treat that’s red and green.

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Coconut Confit Yams (Vegan)

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This vegan casserole of candied yams (or sweet potatoes) is a fun take on a holiday classic. It has familiar flavors such as brown sugar and cinnamon with a little extra texture thanks to the coconut flakes and an optional garnish of crushed hazelnuts.

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Brussels sprouts with maple mustard in 5 minutes

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Preparing this five-ingredient oven-roasted Brussels sprouts recipe will only take you five minutes. And your guests might enjoy having a vegetable other than the potato at the table.

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Stuffing with chorizo ​​and sourdough figs

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This holiday stuffing recipe is a sweet, smoky, and tangy take on a classic, with familiar flavors like sage and celery. herbaceous, salty, moist and a little sweet

Bonus: you can prepare it in advance and reheat on the day of service!

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The best shepherd’s pie ever

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This iconic Shepherd’s Pie is a beloved dish for special occasions and vacations in my Irish American family – and honestly, it’s a lot easier (and tastier) than roast ham or turkey which will be a lot of work. but will turn out a bit too dry anyway.

This tried and true family recipe is topped with strong, melty cheddar cheese and includes chewy mashed potatoes, crispy fresh veggies and tons of savory beef ingot flavors.

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Cheddar and Red and Green Jalapeño Bread

Bright peppers make this easy-to-bake sandwich bread a fun Christmas treat. Minimum rise, almost no kneading, no dutch oven required. It is rich in flavor and makes a great snack or bread for dinner.

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Dinner for 2: steak, potato, pan of asparagus + chimichurri

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Planning a small, simple vacation? This easy steak pan dinner with a brilliant chimichurri sauce makes for a quick dinner that always feels special.

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Banana and Spicy Pumpkin Bread

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This divine spiced pumpkin bun is naturally vegan and perfect for brunch, a sweet treat, or a snack to nibble on while watching Hallmark movies.

Brighten it up with nuts or chocolate chips, or even try making the muffin version of this recipe!

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Hot Spicy Caramel Apple Cider

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Apple cider is a holiday staple for a reason, and your guests will love sipping this 4-ingredient cider while lounging around.

Bonus: make it a cocktail, a spicy cider or an iced cider drink!

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