Stay at Home for the Holidays Table of Contents

The holiday season is upon us and with it, the comfort foods we know and love.


Fall Day Pumpkin Pie

Thanksgiving dinner isn’t quite the same if it’s not followed by a slice of homemade pumpkin pie. We’ve fancied this one up from what you might typically see by adding pie crust leaf decorations around the edges. All you need from those are cookie cutters. So simple! Read Recipe

Thanksgiving might look a little different for many this year, so instead of cooking a full turkey, slow cook some turkey breasts instead. Perfect for smaller groups and less stressful to prepare, you’ll get the wonderful turkey flavors you love without the major time commitment. Read Recipe

While it's easy to just buy a can of cranberry sauce, it's much more satisfying to make your own! The combination of fresh cranberries and oranges is delicious and it takes just 20 minutes to make a wonderful cranberry sauce for your holiday meal. Read Recipe

If you haven’t had mulled apple cider at a family get together, this recipe is about to become your new favorite drink to make ahead of time. We like to have a bottle of spiced rum or cinnamon schnapps nearby for the adults to add to their glass. Bonus: it makes your home smell amazing just in time for guests to arrive! Read Recipe

This cake is a wonderful way to showcase your love of holiday gingerbread flavors. From the multiple layers to the lightly spread cream cheese frosting, this cake is perfectly topped gingerbread cookies for a delightful holiday dessert. Read Recipe

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